Level B – Ages 6 – 8

Level B

The curriculum for Level B matches the requirement and abilities of children between the ages 6 and 8. Following is a list of topics covered and the skills learnt at this level. The worksheets deal with more than 200 skills for children to master at this level. These skills are mostly taught at grade two, standard II, year 2 or class II. A child at these levels should be able to perform these skills easily. The tutor sheets are designed to explain the concepts with simple explanations and visuals and the worksheets are graded from simple to complex and have and encourage inductive thinking amongst the children. After completion of Level B the child is expected to have mastered these following skills.

 

Numbers – 1 - 999

  • Counting up to 999
  • Matching numbers with their names 1 - 999
  • Identifying bigger numbers
  • Identifying smaller numbers
  • Arranging numbers from small to big
  • Arranging numbers from big to small
  • Comparing numbers
  • Supplying missing numbers
  • Counting forward from a given number
  • Counting backwards from a given number
  • Matching numbers with their names 1 – 20
  • Writing numbers with their names 1 – 100
  • Choosing correct number/ number name from description in a story
  • Choose the correct number described by the given story
  • Choose the correct number from the word description

Concept of place value – 1-999

  • Identify the value of the underlined digit
  • Split the given number into tens and ones
  • Identify the digit in the tens place
  • Identify the digit in the ones place
  • Expand given number as sum of tens and ones
  • Expressing the given numbers as tens and ones
  • Hundreds
  • Hundreds, tens and ones
  • Split the given number into hundreds, tens and ones
  • Identify the digit in the hundred’s place
  • Identify the digit in the ten’s place
  • Identify the digit in the one’s place
  • Expand given number as sum of hundreds, tens and ones
  • Expressing the given numbers as tens and ones
  • Select the correct place value model representing the given number
  • Write the correct number that represents the place value model
  • Converting hundreds into ones
  • Converting hundreds into tens
  • Converting ones into tens
  • Converting tens into ones
  • Concept of 10, 25, 50, 75 and 100
  • Estimate whether the given description of the quantity using 10, 25, 50, 75 and 100 is less or more
  • Concept of 100, 150, 200, 300 and 500
  • Estimate whether the given description of the quantity using 100, 150, 200, 300 and 500 is less or more

Addition

  • Concept of addition
  • Adding with visuals 1 – 5
  • Adding with visuals 1 – 10
  • Concept of zero
  • Supplying missing numbers to make another number (1 – 9)
  • Addition sentences – Adding 1
  • Addition sentences – Adding 2
  • Doubling numbers 1 – 5
  • Doubling single digit numbers – 1 – 9
  • Finding the sum of 10 and a given single digit number
  • Single digit addition drills
  • Doubling + 1 strategy
  • Adding 1 and 2 to a given number
  • Adding 3 and 4 to a given number
  • Adding 5 and 6 to a given number
  • Adding 7 and 8 to a given number
  • Adding 9 and 0 to a given number
  • Doubling double digit numbers
  • Addition of 2 digit numbers
  • Adding 10 and 20
  • Addition patterns 1 + 6 = 7; 10 + 60 = 70
  • Adding 3 single digit numbers
  • Adding 2 2-digit numbers
  • Using appropriate strategy to add mentally
  • Number names 81 – 100
  • Choose the correct name for the number described in the story
  • Adding 10s and its multiples
  • Doubling 2 digit numbers
  • Doubling + 1 strategies
  • Adding 10 to a given number
  • Adding 20 to a given two digit number
  • Addition patterns
  • Complete pairs that add to 100
  • Addition patterns – Adding 0
  • Adding 0, 1 and 10 to a number
  • Adding 2 digit numbers drills
  • Adding 3 1 digit numbers 3 + 5 + 6 =
  • Addition story sums

Subtraction

  • Concept of subtraction
  • Concept of zero
  • Subtracting with pictures (1 – 10)
  • Writing subtraction statements from given pictures
  • Writing subtraction statements from a given story
  • Writing subtraction statements from the given number line
  • Making a subtraction story from the given picture
  • Writing subtraction sentences from the given stories
  • Write subtraction sentences to make the answer a given number like 0, 1 , 2, 3, 4 and 5
  • Select the correct subtraction sentence representing the given number
  • Subtracting facts
  • Subtracting 1 from a given number
  • Taking away 2 from a given number
  • Minus 3 from a given number ( 1 – 10)
  • Subtraction drills (1 – 20)
 

Multiplication

  • Write multiplication sentence for the given stories
  • Write multiplication statements as per the given visuals
  • Write the common product of the different visuals
  • Fill up the multiplication grid with the correct products (1x1 to 6x6)
  • Match the figure with the correct multiplication statement
  • Use skip counting in the given stories to find the product

Mixed operations

  • Concept of fact families
  • Fact families: Addition and subtraction
  • Make a number using a subtraction sentence
  • Addition facts with subtraction
  • Subtraction facts
  • Bringing out the relation between addition and subtraction
  • Add or subtract (1 – 50)
  • Add or subtract double digit
  • Addition and subtraction sentences
  • Write addition or subtraction sentences from given stories and solve
  • Subtracting 1, 2 and 3 from a given number
  • Subtracting 4, 5 and 6 from a given number
  • Subtracting 7, 8 and 9 from a given number
  • Subtracting 0 and itself from a given number

Fractions

  • Concept of half
  • Count the number of equal parts in a given figure
  • Identify whether the shaded portion is half of the given figure
  • Match figures with their halves
  • Identify the figure that is half of the given figure from a set of figures
  • Identify the figures that are split into halves
  • Concept of quarter
  • Count the number of equal parts in a given figure
  • Identify whether the shaded portion is quarter of the given figure
  • Match figures with their quarters
  • Identify the figure that is quarter of the given figure from a set of figures
  • Identify the figures that are split into quarters
  • Half and quarter
  • Identify whether the given figure is half or quarter
  • Shade quarter of the given figure
  • Shade half of the given figure
  • Identifying the fraction of the given shapes that are shaded, start, moons, etc from a given set of figures

Patterns

  • Match the pattern with the correct description
  • Draw the correct next pattern unit
  • Draw the correct next growing pattern

Number Patterns

  • Counting in twos
  • Observing the given pattern and writing what number comes next
  • Filling the missing number in the given sequence
  • Counting forward in sequence
  • Skip counting puzzles

Geometry

  • Concept of plane figures
  • Count the number of sides
  • Count the number of corners
  • Select the solid shape/s that is used to trace the given figure
  • Identify the square, circle, rectangle triangle from a given set of figures
  • Identifying figures having the same shape
  • Match the given figures with their names
  • Concept of solid figures
  • Concept of edges, corners and faces of solid figures
  • Concept of cube
  • Concept of cylinder
  • Concept of cone
  • Concept of sphere
  • Counting the number of faces, edges and corners of the given solid figure
  • Select the solid shape/s that is used to trace the given figure
  • Match the 3-D shapes with the everyday objects having the same shape
  • Identify an everyday object that has the given 3-D shape

Measurement

Length

  • Identifying longer object
  • Matching objects with the same length
  • Ordering objects according to length (shortest to longest)
  • Estimating length up to 10 cms
  • Concept of 1 cm
  • Concept of 1 metre
  • Relationship between 1 metre and 1 cm
  • Converting metres to cm
  • Comparing lengths given in metres and centimetres
  • Selecting appropriate measurement unit (M pr cm)
  • Selecting correct estimate of the lengths of the given objects
  • Based on the description in the stories select the correct length to answer the question
  • Matching objects with the same length
  • Estimating lengths of objects (1 – 10 cm)
 

Measurement of quantities

  • Identifying light or heavy from visuals
  • Identifying long and short objects
  • Identifying longer time taken
  • Ordering from tallest to shortest
  • Select the better estimate of weight, time and length
  • Select the best unit used for measuring the given quantity
  • Select the best instrument (measuring tool) to measure the given quantities

Weight

  • Concept of 100 grams, 500 grams and 1kilogram
  • Select the heavier object based on the weights given in grams and kilograms
  • Arrange the weights to heavy to light
  • Order the weights from light to heavy
  • Select the correct estimate of the weights (units)
  • Based on the description in the stories select the correct weight to answer the question

Temperature

  • Concept of temperature, hot and cold
  • Reading the temperature of the weather in centigrade
  • Reading the temperature of the body in Fahrenheit
  • Select the correct unit (C or F) for the temperatures described
  • Select the most reasonable temperatures in the descriptions
  • Write the approximate temperature as per the units given

Money (Indian Rupees and Paise)

  • Identifying coin values
  • Identifying coin with the largest value
  • Identifying coin with the smallest value
  • Arrange given coins from high value to low value
  • Arrange given coins from low value to high value
  • Write the total value of the given coins
  • Supply the value of the missing coins
  • Matching notes and coins with same value
  • Identify the combination of coins having the same value as the given note
  • Counting money with 50 notes
  • Counting money with 100 notes
  • Totalling notes and coins
  • Checking whether given money is less or more
  • Insert correct sign (<, >, =) to show money is enough to buy given product

Time

  • Concept of day week and month
  • Concept of hour minute and seconds
  • Match the given activities with the time of the day
  • Identify the activity that is done before
  • Identify the activity that takes longer
  • Number the given activities (visuals) in sequence
  • Estimating time taken for the given activity
  • Select the correct estimate of time taken for the given activities
  • Concept of am and pm
  • Reading a calendar
  • Observe the calendar and fill in the blanks
  • Analogue and digital clocks
  • Months of the year
  • Which month of the year comes before the given month
  • Which month of the year comes after the given month
  • Which day of the week comes before the given day
  • Which day of the week comes after the given day
  • Select the most likely time when the event takes place
  • Sequencing a set of sentences in a story
  • Yesterday today and tomorrow

Data gathering and representation

  • Concept of picture graphs
  • Concept of tally marks
  • Identify the correct picture graph that represents the data
  • Identify the correct tally mark table based on the data given
  • Identify the table with the correct number of tally marks
  • Making picture graphs based on the given data
  • Collect data asked for from 10 friends
  • Draw the bar graph based on the data collected
  • Read the bar graph to answer questions about the data
  • Select the correct bar graph based on the data described
  • Select the correct bar graph based on the tally marks
  • Look at the tally table and draw a bar graph
 
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