KLB Visionary Mathematics Activities - Grade 5 Schemes of Work Term 1 2023

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KLB VISIONARY MATHEMATICS ACTIVITIES
GRADE 5 SCHEMES OF WORK TERM 1 2023

Week Lesson Strand Sub strand Specific learning outcomes Key inquiry questions Learning experiences Learning resources Assessment Remarks
1  1 Numbers Whole numbers: place value By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:
  • Use place value of digits up to hundreds of thousands in real life
Where is ordering of numbers used in real life? In pairs, groups or as individuals identify place value of digits up to hundreds of thousands using place value apparatus  KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.1-3 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
 2   Whole numbers: Total value

 By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Use total value of digits up to hundreds of thousands in real life 
Where is ordering of numbers used in real life? learner is guided individually or in groups to:
In pairs, groups or as individuals identify total value of digits up to hundreds of thousands using place value apparatus. 
KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.4 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
 3   Whole numbers 

 By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Use numbers up to hundreds of thousands in symbols in real life
 Where is ordering of numbers used in real life?  In pairs, groups or as individuals read numbers up to hundreds of thousands in symbols from number charts or cards.    KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.5-7 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
 4   Whole numbers

  By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Read, write and relate numbers up to tens of thousands in words in real life
 Where is ordering of numbers used in real life?   In pairs, groups or as individuals read and write numbers up to tens of thousands in words from number charts or cards.   KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.8-10
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
 5   Whole numbers

 By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Order numbers up to tens of thousands in real life
Where is ordering of numbers used in real life?   In pairs, groups or as individuals read numbers up to hundreds of thousands in symbols from number charts or cards  KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.10-12 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
 2  1   Whole numbers

  By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Round off numbers up to tens of thousands to the nearest hundred and thousand in different situations 
 Where is ordering of numbers used in real life? In pairs, groups or as individuals round off numbers up to tens of thousands to the nearest hundred and thousand using number cards and share with other groups  KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.13-16 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  2   Whole numbers

By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • apply divisibility tests of 2, 5 and 10 in real life
Where is ordering of numbers used in real life?  In pairs, groups or as individuals divide different numbers by 2, 5 and 10 and come up with divisibility rules KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.17-20 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
   3   Whole numbers

By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • apply divisibility tests of 2, 5 and 10 in real life
Where is ordering of numbers used in real life?  In pairs, groups or as individuals divide different numbers by 2, 5 and 10 and come up with divisibility rules KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.17-20
  • Written exercise
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
   4   Whole numbers

 By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Identify Common Factor (HCF) and Greatest Common Divisor (GCD) in different situations
How do you find out whether a number can be divided by another? In pairs, groups or as individuals identify factors and divisors of given numbers. KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.21-23
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  5   Whole numbers

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

  • apply highest Common Factor (HCF) and Greatest Common Divisor (GCD) in different
How do you find out whether a number can be divided by another? In pairs, groups or as individuals identify the common factors and divisors. KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.21-23
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
3 1   Whole numbers

By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Identify Multiples of numbers
How do you find out whether a number can be divided by another? In pairs, groups or as individuals identify multiples of given numbers. KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.24
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  2   Whole numbers

By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Identify common multiples of numbers
How do you find out whether a number can be divided by another? In pairs, groups or as individuals identify the common multiples. KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.25
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  3   Whole numbers

By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Use Least Common Multiple (LCM) in real life situations
How do you find out whether a number can be divided by another? In pairs, groups or as individuals determine the least common multiple. KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.26-27
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
   4   Whole numbers

 By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Use IT devices for learning more on whole numbers and leisure
  • Appreciate use of whole numbers in real life situations 
How do you find out whether a number can be divided by another?  In pairs or as individuals play digital games on involving numbers. KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.27
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  5 Numbers Addition

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Add up to three 6 -digit numbers without regrouping up to a sum of 1,000,000 in different situations
 How do you estimate the sum of given numbers? In pairs, groups or as individuals add up to three 6-digit numbers without regrouping up to 1,000,000 using place value apparatus  KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.28-29
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
4 1    Addition

 By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Add up to two 6 -digit numbers with double regrouping up to a sum of 1,000,000 in different situations
How do you estimate the sum of given numbers?  In pairs, groups or as individuals add up to two 6-digit numbers with double regrouping up to 1,000,000 using place value apparatus KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.29-31
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  2    Addition

By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Estimate sum by rounding off the addends to the nearest hundred and thousand in different situations
Where do we use addition in real life?  In pairs, groups or as individuals estimate sums by rounding off the addends to the nearest hundred and thousand using a number line. KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.35-36
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  3    Addition

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Create patterns involving addition of numbers up to a sum of 1,000,000 in real life situations
How do you create patterns in addition? In pairs, groups or as individuals create patterns involving addition of numbers up to a sum of 1,000,000 using number cards and other resources KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.37-38
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  4    Addition

By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Use IT devices for learning more on addition of numbers and for enjoyment
  • Appreciate use of addition of whole numbers in real life situations
How do you create patterns in addition?  In pairs play digital games involving addition KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.36 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  5   Subtraction

 By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • Subtract up to 6-digit numbers without regrouping in real life situations
How do you work out estimate difference to the nearest hundred? Learner is guided individually or in groups to:
In pairs, groups or as individuals subtract up to 6-digit numbers without regrouping using place value apparatus
KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.39-40 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
5 1   Subtraction

By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • subtract of up to 6-digit numbers with regrouping in different situations
How do you work out estimate difference to the nearest hundred? In pairs, groups or as individuals subtract up to 6-digit numbers with regrouping using place value apparatus KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.40-42 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  2   Subtraction

Subtraction By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • estimate difference by rounding off the minuend to the nearest hundred and thousand in different situations
How do you work out estimate difference to the nearest hundred? In pairs, groups or as individuals estimate difference by rounding off the minuend to the nearest hundred and thousand using a number line KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.43-45
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  3   Subtraction

Subtraction By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • estimate difference by rounding off the subtrahend to the nearest hundred and thousand in different situations
How do you work out estimate difference to the nearest hundred? In pairs, groups or as individuals estimate difference by rounding off the subtrahend to the nearest hundred and thousand using a number line KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.43-45 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  4   Subtraction

Subtraction By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Perform combined operations involving addition and subtraction in different situations
How do you work out estimate difference to the nearest hundred?  In pairs, groups or as individuals work out questions involving addition and subtraction KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.46 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  5   Subtraction

Subtraction By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Create patterns involving subtraction from up to 1,000,000 in different situations
How can you create number patterns involving subtraction? In pairs, groups or as individuals create patterns involving subtraction of whole numbers from up to 1,000,000 using number charts KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.47-48 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
6 1   Subtraction

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • Use IT devices for learning more on subtraction of numbers and for enjoyment
    appreciate subtraction of numbers in real life situations
     
How can you create number patterns involving subtraction? In pairs or groups play digital games involving subtraction. play math puzzles KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.47
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  2   Multiplication

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • multiply up to a 3-digit number by up to a 2-digit number in real life situations
Where is multiplication used in real life? In pairs, groups or as individuals multiply up to a 3-digit number by up to a 2-digit number using different methods KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.49-52 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  3   Multiplication

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • Estimate product by rounding off factors to the nearest ten in different situations
How can you estimate products of numbers? In pairs, groups or as individuals estimate product by rounding off factors KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.53 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  4   Multiplication

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • Estimate product by using compatibility in different situations
How can you estimate products of numbers? In pairs, groups or as individuals estimate product by using compatibility of numbers KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.54
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  5   Multiplication

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • Estimate product to the nearest ten in different situations
How can you estimate products of numbers? In pairs, groups or as individuals estimate product by own strategies. KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.54 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
7 1   Multiplication

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • make patterns involving multiplication of numbers with product not exceeding 1000 in in different situations

How can you form patterns involving multiplication? In pairs, groups or individuals make patterns involving multiplication with products not exceeding 1000 groups learners to: KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.55-56 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  2   Multiplication

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • Use IT devices for learning more on multiplication and for enjoyment
  • Appreciate use of multiplication in real life
How can you form patterns involving multiplication? In pairs or groups play digital games involving multiplication of whole numbers KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.55
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  3   Division

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • Divide up to a 3-digit number by up to a 2-digit number where the dividend is greater than the divisor in real life

Where is division used in real life? In pairs, groups or as individuals divide up to a 3-digit number by up to a 2-digit number where the dividend is greater than the divisor using long and short form KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.57-59
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  4   Division

By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Apply the relationship between multiplication and division in different situations
Where is division used in real life? In pairs, groups or as individuals demonstrate that multiplication is the opposite of division KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.61-62 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  5   Division

By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Estimate quotients by rounding off the dividend and divisor to the nearest ten in real life situations
How can we estimate quotients? In pairs, groups or as individuals estimate quotients by rounding off the dividend and divisor to the nearest ten KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.62-63 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
8 1   Division

By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to;

  • Perform combined operations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers in different situations
How can we estimate quotients? In pairs, groups or as individuals work out questions involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.64-65
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  2   Division

By the end of the sub- strand, the learners should be able to:

  • Use IT devices for learning more on division of whole numbers and for enjoyment
  • Appreciate use of division of whole numbers in real life situations

How can we estimate quotients? In pairs, groups or as individuals create number games and puzzles involving division KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.65-66 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  3   Fractions

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • Use equivalent fractions in real life
Why do we order fractions in real life? In pairs, groups or as individuals identify equivalent fractions using a fraction board or chart KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.67-68 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  4   Fractions

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • simplify fractions in different situations
Why do we order fractions in real life? In pairs, groups or as individuals simplify given fractions using a fraction chart KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.69-70 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  5   Fractions

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • simplify fractions in different situations
Why do we order fractions in real life? In pairs, groups or as individuals simplify given fractions using a fraction chart KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.69-70
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
9 1   Fractions

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • Compare fractions in order to make decisions in real life
Why do we order fractions in real life? In pairs, groups or as individuals compare given fractions using paper cut outs and concrete objects KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.70-71
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  2   Fractions

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • Order fractions with denominators not exceeding 12 in different situations
Where are fractions used in real life? In pairs, groups or as individuals order given fractions in increasing and decreasing order using a number line, paper cut outs, real object KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.71-73
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  3   Fractions

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • Add fractions with same denominator in different situations
Where are fractions used in real life? In pairs, groups or as individuals add two fractions with the same denominator using paper cut outs, number line, real objects KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.74-75
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  4   Fractions

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • Subtract fractions with same denominator in different situations
Where are fractions used in real life? In pairs, groups or as individuals subtract two fractions with the same denominator using paper cut outs, number line, real objects KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.76-77 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
  5   Fractions

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

  • Add fractions with one renaming in different situations
Where are fractions used in real life? In pairs, groups or as individuals add and subtract two fractions by renaming one fraction using equivalent fractions KLB Visionary Mathematics Grade 5 pg.77-79 
  • Written exercises
  • Oral questions
  • Observation
  • Group discussion
 
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