1. Representation of 3-digit numbers using blocks.
2. Counting in 1s and 10s (2-digit numbers).
3. Counting in 100s.
4. Counting 1-200 using number names.
Addition and Subtraction
1. Adding and subtracting within 20 using various mental strategies.
2. Writing basic addition facts and related subtraction facts for numbers up to 20.
3. Applying the arrow method to reach numbers up to 500.
4. Adding up to 2-digit numbers (without and with regrouping) using the column method.
5. Subtracting up to 2-digit numbers (without and with regrouping) using the column method.
6. Finding sums and differences using the number line.
7. Applying commutativity and associativity to solve addition and subtraction problems.
8. Solving multi-step addition and subtraction word problems.
9. Solving word problems based on addition and subtraction.
10. Solving multi-step word problems.
11. Creating a story for a given addition/subtraction problem.
1. Estimating and comparing the capacity of containers using non-standard units.
2. Measuring and recording the comparative capacity of two containers by sight.
3. Using the same unit to arrange the containers in their order of capacity.
4. Selecting and using appropriate non-standard measuring units and instruments.
5. Estimating, measuring and recording capacity using litre, half-litre and quarter-litre.
6. Solving simple problems based on capacity.
1. Using the vocabulary of time to sequence events.
2. Constructing a paper clock by partitioning a circle into halves and quarters.
3. Telling time to the half-hour or quarter-hour.
4. Relating A.M. and P.M. to time of day.
5. Reading day, date and month using calendar and identifying the season by using the concept of the passing of time.
6. Solving elapsed time problems involving whole hours and a half-hour.
Data Modelling and Representation
1. Sorting and recording data into a table using up to four categories.
2. Reading and interpreting simple tables and charts (pictograms).
3. Reading and interpreting simple block graphs.
4. Relating the counting scale to the number line.
Numbers and Place Value
1. Identifying and representing 3-digit numbers according to hundreds, tens and ones (1-999).
2. Place and Place value of 3-digit numbers.
3. Representing numbers up to 999 in expanded and standard forms.
4. Building numbers up to 3-digit numbers using ones, tens and hundreds.
Multiplication and Division
1. Determining even and odd numbers by making equal groups of two.
2. Using representations like equal-sized groups, arrays, area models and equal jumps on the number line to understand multiplication as repeated addition.
3. Expressing repeated addition statements as multiplication statements.
4. Expressing a multiplication statement pictorially.
5. Using representations like equal-sized groups, arrays, area models, partitioning and equal jumps on the number line to understand division as the inverse of multiplication.
6. Writing multiplication and division facts.
7. Multiplying 1-digit by 1-digit numbers.
8. Using commutativity and associativity of addition to solve multiplication problems.
1. Estimating and comparing weight using non-standard units.
2. Measuring and recording weight using non-standard units.
3. Identifying appropriate standard measuring units and instruments.
4. Estimating, measuring and recording weight using kilogram, a half kilogram and quarter kilogram.
5. Comparing weights using standard units.
6. Solving simple problems based on weight.
1. Identifying line symmetry in shapes and in the environment.
2. Folding shapes in half and complete shapes or pictures symmetrically.
3. Collecting and sorting objects on the basis of symmetry.
1. Counting the total value of ₹1, ₹10, and ₹100 to ₹999.
2. Representing up to ₹999 on the place value chart.
3. Using the least number of coins to make a given value.
4. Solving word problems involving different combinations of coins with the same total value.
1. Skip counts by 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, 20s.
2. Representing numbers up to 100 on the number line.
3. Identifying number patterns.
4. Number bonds of 100.
5. Comparing 2-digit numbers.
6. Ordering 2-digit numbers in increasing and decreasing orders.
7. Identifying one more than and one less than of numbers up to 999.
8. Recognizing the successor and predecessor of a number up to 999.
9. Comparing 3-digit numbers using the symbols >, < and =.
1. Identifying halves and quarters of sets to 20.
2. Discussing the relationship between a half and a quarter, halves, quarters and a whole.
1. Identifying the attribute of length in various situations like a horizontal line, straight line, slanting lines, curved lines, etc.
2. Expressing the length of an object as a whole number of length units, by laying multiple copies of a shorter object (the length unit) end to end and then by using standard units.
3. Measuring the length of objects using centimetre rulers and metre sticks.
4. Comparing the lengths of two objects indirectly by using a third object and by using standard units.
5. Estimating and measuring the length of objects using standard units.
6. Measure and compare lengths using centimetres and metres.
7. Solve addition and subtraction problems using the number line (ruler).
1. Distinguishing between defining attributes (e.g., triangles are closed and three-sided) versus non-defining attributes (e.g., colour, orientation, overall size)of different shapes: triangles, circles, squares and rectangles.
2. Building and drawing 2D and 3D shapes to show defining attributes.
3. Composing 2D shapes (rectangles, squares, triangles, and circles) to create a composite shape and compose new shapes from the composite shapes.
4. Relating the 2D shapes to 3D shapes.
5. Composing 3D shapes to create a composite shape and compose new shapes from the composite shapes.
6. Partitioning circles and rectangles into two and four equal shares.
7. Describing the shares using the words halves, fourths, and quarters, and use the phrases half of, fourth of, and quarter of.
8. Describing the whole as two of, or four of the shares to understand that decomposing shapes into more equal shares creates smaller shares.