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Mathematics Schemes  Grade 3 Schemes of Work Term 2 2023
Week 
Lesson 
Strand 
Sub Strand 
Specific Learning Outcomes 
Learning Experiences 
Key Inquiry Questions 
Learning Resources 
Assessment 
Remarks 
1

1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add two 3digit numbers with regrouping with sum not exceeding 1000 
Learners to add two 3digit numbers with regrouping 
How do we add 3digit numbers with regrouping? 
Chalk board Charts 
Written exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add two 3digit numbers with regrouping with sum not exceeding 1000 
Learners to add two 3digit numbers with regrouping 
How do we add 3digit numbers with regrouping? 
Chalk board charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 60 
Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add two 3digit numbers with regrouping with sum not exceeding 1000 
Learners to add two 3digit numbers with regrouping 
How do we add 3digit numbers with regrouping 
Chalk board charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 61 
Written exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in patterns involving addition up to 1000 
Learners to find the next number in the patterns 
What is the next number? 
Chalk board charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 64 
Observation Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in patterns involving addition up to 1000 
Learners to find the next number in the pattern 
What is the next number in the pattern? 
Chalk board charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 65 
Written exercise 

2 
1 
Number 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out all problems on addition 
Learners to work out all problems on addition 
Can you work problems on addition? 
Chalk board charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 6667 
Written exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to3digit numbers without regrouping 
Learners to work out subtraction of 3digit numbers using a number line 
Can we work out subtraction using a number line? 
Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 68 
Observation Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to3digit numbers without regrouping 
Learners to work out subtraction using a place value chart 
How can we subtract using a place value? 
Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 68 
Oral questions Written exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to carry out subtraction of 2digit number from a 3digit number without regrouping 
Learners to subtract 2digit numbers from 3digit numbers without regrouping 
How do we subtract without regrouping? 
Chalkboard Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 73 
Observation Written exercise 


5 
Number 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the leaner should be able to subtract 2digit numbers from 3digit numbers 
Learners to subtract 2digit numbers from 3digit numbers horizontally 
How do we subtract horizontally? 
Chalkboard Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 74 
Written exercise 

3 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 3 digit numbers involving missing numbers with single regrouping 
Learners to subtract 1digti numbers from 3digit numbers with regrouping 
Can we subtract 1digit numbers from 3digti numbers with regrouping? 
Chalkboard Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 70 
Observation Written exercise 


2 
Numbers 
subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to3 digit numbers involving missing numbers with single regrouping 
Learners to subtract 1digti numbers from 3digit numbers with regrouping 
Can we subtract 1digit numbers from 3digti numbers with regrouping? 
Chalkboard Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 71 
Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to3 digit numbers involving missing numbers with single regrouping 
Learners to read out loudly and then solve problems on subtraction 
Can you solve word problems on subtraction? 
Chalkboard Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 71

Oral questions Written exercises 


4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 3 digit numbers involving missing numbers with single regrouping 
Learners to work out subtraction of 2digit from 3digit numbers 
Can we subtract 2digit numbers from 3digit numbers? 
Chalkboard Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 75 
Observation Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to3 digit numbers involving missing numbers with single regrouping 
Learners to work out subtraction of 2digit from 3digit numbers 
Can we subtract 2digit numbers from 3digit numbers? 
Chalkboard Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 76 
Written exercise 

4 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 3digit numbers by breaking apart 
Learners to work out subtraction of 2digit from 3digit numbers by breaking apart 
How do we subtract by breaking apart? 
Chalk board Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 77 
Observation Written exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract a 3digit number from a 3digti number 
Learners to work out subtraction of 3digit numbers from 3digit numbers 
Can we subtract 3digti number from a 3digit number? 
Charts Work books Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 79 
Observation Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract horizontally 
Learners to subtract 3digit numbers from 3digti numbers horizontally 
How do we subtract 3digit from a 3digti number horizontally? 
Charts Work books Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 8081 
Observation Written exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract 3digit numbers from 3digit numbers with regrouping 
Learners to subtract 3digit numbers from 3digti numbers with regrouping 
Can we subtract up to 3digti numbers with regrouping? 
Charts Work books Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 8182 
Written exercises 


5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to3digit numbers by breaking apart 
Learners to subtract 3digit numbers from 3digti numbers by breaking apart 
Can we subtract up to 3digit numbers by breaking apart? 
Charts Work books Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 84 
Observation Written exercises 

5 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out word problems that involves subtraction up to 3digit numbers 
Learners to work out word problems on subtraction up to 3digit number 
Can you work out word problems on subtraction? 
Charts Work books Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 85 
Oral exercise Written exercises 


2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in number patterns involving subtraction up to 1000 
Learner in pairs to discuss how to work out missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction up to 1000 
How do you identify the missing number in a pattern? 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 87 
Observation written exercise Oral questions 


3 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to multiply single digit numbers by numbers 110 in different contexts 
Learners in pairs/groups to multiply single digit numbers by numbers 110using repeated addition 
How can we demonstrate multiplication as repeated addition? 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 9091 
Observation Written exercise Oral questions 


4 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to multiply single digit numbers by numbers 110 in different contexts 
Learners to multiply using a number line 
How can we multiply be using a number line? 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 92 
Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to multiply single digit numbers by numbers 110 in different contexts 
Learners to practice cards with arrays in carrying out multiplication 
How ca we multiply using arrays? 
Cards with arrays Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 93 
Oral exercise Written exercise 

6 
1 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out multiplication using the multiplication table 
Learners to practice using the multiplication table 
How do we use the multiplication table? 
Multiplication table Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 9495 
Oral exercises Written exercises 


2 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out word problems on multiplication 
Learners to solve word problems on multiplication 
How can we solve word problems on multiplication? 
Multiplication table Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 9596 
Written exercise Oral exercises 


3 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to multiply single digit numbers by numbers 110 in different contexts 
Learners to multiply different single numbers with 6 and 7 
Can we carry out the multiplication of 6 and 7? 
Multiplication table Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 96 
Written exercises 


4 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out word problems on multiplication 
Learners to multiply different single numbers up to 10 
Can we carry out the multiplication of 10? 
Multiplication table Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 98 
Oral exercises Written exercises 


5 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to fill the multiplication table 
Learners to fil the multiplication tables 
How can we fill the multiplication table? 
Multiplication table Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 99 
Written exercise 

7 
1 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent division as repeated subtraction up to 5 times divide by sharing equally 
Learners in pairs/groups to share objects equally as a way of dividing 
How can we divide by sharing equally? 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 103 
Written exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to show relationship between multiplication and division using mathematical sentences up to 9*10=90 
Learners to discuss the relationship between division and multiplication using the multiplication table 
How do we show the relationship between division and multiplication? 
Multiplication table Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 104

Observation Written exercises 


3 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to show relationship between multiplication and division using mathematical sentences up to 9*10=90 
Learners to discuss the relationship between division and multiplication using the multiplication table 
How do we show the relationship between division and multiplication? 
Multiplication table Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 105

Observation Written exercises 


4 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to show relationship between multiplication and division using mathematical sentences up to 9*10=90 
Learners to practice using division wheel in division 
How do we use a division wheel for division? 
Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 105

Observation Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to show relationship between multiplication and division using mathematical sentences up to 9*10=90 
Learners to practice using division wheel in division 
How do we use a division wheel for division? 
Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 105 Workbooks 
Observation Written exercise 

8 
1 
Measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure length in meters 
Learners in pairs/groups to use Metre sticks to measure various distances and record their results 
How do you measure the chalkboard using a Metre stick? 
Metre stick Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 109 Work books 
Observation Written exercise 


2 
Measurement

Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add and subtract length in meters 
Learners in groups to measure the lengths of the 4 walls in their classroom and add the lengths 
How many meters do you get? 
Metre stick Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 111 Work grades 
Oral exercise Observation 


3 
measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add and subtract length in meters 
Learners to measure the length of the chalkboard and the wall if it is fixed and work out the difference in length 
How do we add and subtract lengths 
Metre stick Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 113 Work grades 
Observation Written exercise 


4 
Measurement 
Mass 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure mass in kilograms 
Learners to measure mass in kg using a beam balance 
How can you make a 1kg mass using a beam balance? 
Beam balance Mass Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 114 Work grades 
Observation Written exercise 


5 
Measurement 
mass 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to estimate mass up to 5 kilograms 
Learners to estimate mass up to 5 kg and measure to confirm 
How do you estimate length? 
Beam balance Mass Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 117 Work grades 
Observation Written exercise 

9 
1 
Measurement 
Mass 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add and subtract mass in kilograms 
Learners to add and subtract mass in kilograms in real life situations 
How do you add mass? 
Chalkboard Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 118 
Observation Written exercise 


2 
Measurement 
Mass 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add and subtract mass in kilograms 
Learners to add and subtract mass in kilograms in real life situations 
How do you subtract mass? 
Chalkboard Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 120 
Observation Written exercise 


3 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity in liters 
Learners in pairs/groups measure capacity of different containers in liters 
What can we use to measure capacity? 
Buckets/liter bottles Water Buckets/liter bottles Water Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 121122 
Observation Written exercise 


4 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity in liters 
Learners in pairs/groups measure capacity of different containers in liters 
What can we use to measure capacity? 
Buckets/liter bottles Water Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 123 
Observation Oral exercise 


5 
Measurement 
capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to estimate capacity up to 5 liters 
Learners to estimate capacity up to 5 liters and measure to confirm 
How can we estimate capacity? 
Buckets/liter bottles Water Oxford mathematics activities learner’s grade 3 page 124 
Observation Written exercise 

10 
1 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add and subtract capacity in liters 
Learners to add and subtract capacity in liters in real life situations 
What can we use to measure capacity? 
Containers Water Oxford mathematics activities learners grade 3 page 124125 
Observation Written exercise Oral questions 


2 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add and subtract capacity in liters 
Learners to work out word problems that involves capacity in real life situations 
How can we solve word problems on capacity? 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learners grade 3 page 126 
Written questions Oral exercises 


3 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add and subtract capacity in liters 
Learners to add and subtract capacity in liters in real life situations 
How can you subtract capacity? 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learners grade 3 page 127 
Written exercise Oral question 


4 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add and subtract capacity in liters 
Learners to work out word problems that involves capacity in real life situations 
Can you work out the word problems on capacity? 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learners grade 3 page 128 
Written exercise Oral question 


5 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out mixed exercises on capacity 
Learners to add and subtract capacity in liters in real life situations 
How can we work out problems on capacity? 
Chalkboard charts Oxford mathematics activities learners grade 3 page 128 
Observation Written exercise 

11 
END OF TERM ASSESSMENT AND CLOSING 
Mathematics Schemes  Grade 3 Schemes of Work Term 1 2023
Week 
Lesson 
Strand 
SubStrand 
Specific Learning Outcomes 
Key Inquiry Questions 
Learning Experiences 
Learning Resources 
Assessment 
Remarks 
1 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
In which position were you when you came to class in the morning? 
Learners in groups /pairs to arrange different items in order of size starting with the smallest 
Counters Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book3 page 1 
Observation Writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
In which position was your number in the race? 
Leaners in pairs/groups to get to the field and run in a race and identify their positions 
School field Oxford mathematicsactivities learner’s book3 page 1 
Observation Oral exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Which day of the week is position 1? 
Learners to match days, months with their position 
Charts Calendar Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 3 
Writing exercise Oral exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we number positions in the cards? 
Learners to identify the position of an object from a reference point using first, second up to 20 
Charts Cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 3 
Observation In class writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Which position is your book? 
Learners to identify the position of an object from a reference point using first, second up to 20 
Charts Number Cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 45 
In class writing exercise


2 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we find the position of each object? 
Learners in pairs/groups to relate numbers 120 to position first, second up to 20th 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 5 
Oral questions Writing exercises 


2 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we find the position of each object? 
Learners in pairs/groups to relate numbers 120 to position first, second up to 20th 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 56 
Observation Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we find the position of each object? 
Learners in pairs/groups to relate numbers 120 to position first, second up to 20th 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 56 
Observation Written exercise 


4 
numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we find the position of each object? 
Learners to get out of the class and identify the position numbers of buildings within the school compound 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 6 
Observation Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we find the position of each floor of a storey building 
Learners to identify the position number of floors in storey buildings 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 78 
Observation Writing exercises 

3 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we find the position numbers of alphabets? 
Learners to identify the position numbers of letters AZ 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 1011 
Observation Writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers forward and backwards from 11000 
How would you get the total number of people in a group? 
Learner sin pairs/groups to count in 1’s forward and backwards starting from any point 
Charts Chalkboard Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 12 
Observation Oral exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers forward and backwards from 11000 
How would you get the total number of people in a group? 
Learner sin pairs/groups to count in 2’s forward and backwards starting from any point from 11000 
Charts Chalkboard Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 13 
Written exercise Oral exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers forward and backwards from 11000 
How do we count in 5’s? 
Learner sin pairs/groups to count in 5’s forward and backwards starting from any point from11000 
Chalkboard Charts Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 14 
Observation Oral exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers forward and backwards from 11000 
How do we count in 10’s? 
Learner sin pairs/groups to count in 10’s forward and backwards starting from any point from11000 
Chalkboard Charts Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 15 
Observation Written exercise 

4 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
by the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the place value up to thousands 
Can we show the place value? 
Learner sin pairs /groups to discuss place value up to thousands 
Sticks and abacus Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 16 
Written exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
by the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the place value up to thousands 
Can we show the place value? 
Learner sin pairs /groups to discuss place value up to thousands 
Sticks and abacus Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 17 
Observation Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the place value up to thousands 
Can we show the place value? 
Learner sin pairs /groups to discuss place value up to thousands 
Sticks and abacus Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 18 
Observation Written exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read numbers 11000 in symbols 
Can you read from number 11000? 
Learners in pairs/groups to complete reading numbers 11000 in symbols 
Number cards Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 19 
Writing exercise Oral questions 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read numbers 11000 in symbols 
Can you read from number 301500? 
Learners in pairs/groups to complete reading numbers 301500 in symbols 
Number cards Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 20 
Writing exercise Oral questions 

5 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read numbers 11000 in symbols 
Can you read from number 5011000? 
Learners in pairs/groups to complete reading numbers 5011000 in symbols 
Number cards Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 20 
Writing exercise Oral questions 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers from 11000 in words 
Can you read and write numbers120? 
Learners to read and write numbers 120 in words 
Charts Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 21 
Oral question Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers from 11000 in words 
Can you read and write numbers 2140? 
Learners to read and write numbers 2140 in words 
Charts Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 22 
Oral question Written exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers from 11000 in words 
Can you match the numbers with the number words? 
Learners to match numbers with number words 
Work books Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 23 
Oral question Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers from 11000 in words 
Can you read and write numbers from 4160? 
Learners to read and write numbers 4160 in words 
Charts Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 24 
Observation Written exercise 

6 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers from 11000 in words 
Can you read and write numbers from 6180? 
Learners to read and write numbers 6180 in words 
Charts Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 25 
Written exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers from 11000 in words 
Can you read and write numbers from 81100? 
Learners to read and write numbers 81100 in words 
Charts Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 2627 
Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 1000 
Ca you find the missing numbers? 
Learners to identify the missing numbers 
Chalkboard Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 28 
Observation Written exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 1000 
What is the next number? 
Learners to identify the next number in the pattern 
Chalkboard Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 29 
Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 1000 
What is the next number? 
Learners to identify the next number in the pattern 
Chalkboard Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 30 
Written exercise 

7 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 1000 
What is the next number? 
Learners to identify the next number in the pattern 
Chalkboard Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 31 
Written exercises 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate number patterns as they skip on a number line By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to play games involving patterns 
How can we use a number line in patterns? Can you play patterns games? 
Learners to use a number line on identifying the next number in the pattern Learners in pairs/groups to play games involving patterns 
Charts Chalkboard Playing cards 
Written exercise Oral exercise Observation



3 
Numbers 
Fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify ½ part of a whole 
Can you divide a shape into two halves? 
Learners in pairs/groups to make circular cutouts 
Pieces of papers Pairs of scissors Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 32 
Observation Oral exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify ¼ part of a whole 
Can you divide a shape into four equal parts? 
Learners in pairs/groups to make rectangular cutouts and fold them into 4 equal parts to get quarter of a whole and identify each part as ¼ of the whole 
Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 33 Colours

Writing exercise Oral questions 


5 
Numbers 
Fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify 1/8 part of a whole 
Can you divide a shape into eight equal parts? 
Learners in pairs/groups to make rectangular cutouts and fold them into 8 equal parts to get quarter of a whole and identify each part as 1/8 of the whole 
Pieces of papers Pairs of scissors Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 35

Writing exercise Oral questions 

8 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify which one is bigger between the ½, ¼ and 1/8 
Which one is bigger? 
Learner to identify the biggest size between ½, ¼ and 1/8 
Pieces of papers Pairs of scissors Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 34 
Writing exercise Oral questions 


2 
Numbers 
Fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to ½, ¼ and 1/8 as part of a groups 
Can you identify a quarter of a group? 
Learners in pairs/groups to make rectangular cutouts and fold to get 4 equal parts and identify one part as a ¼ of a whole 
Pieces of papers Pairs of scissors Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 3738

Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to ½, ¼ and 1/8 as part of a groups 
Which has more? 
Learners to identify which fraction has more of a given whole number 
Work books Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 39 
Written exercise Observation 


4 
Numbers 
Fraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out word problems involving fractions 
Can you work out word problems involving fractions? 
Learners to read and solve word problems on fractions 
Work books Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 4142 
Written exercise 


5 
Number 
Fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add by counting on a number line 
How do you add using a number line? 
Learners to practice adding number using a number line 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 44 
Written exercise 

9 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add by counting on 
How do we add by counting on? 
Learners to add numbers by counting on 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 45 
Oral exercise Written exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add using a place value chart 
Can you add using a place value chart? 
Learners to practice using the place value chart in adding numbers 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 46 
Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add a 3digit number to up to a 2digit number without regrouping with sum not exceeding 1000 
Can you add 3digit numbers to 1digit number? 
Learners to add 3digit numbers to 1digit number 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 46

Written exercise Oral questions 


4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add a 3digit number to up to 2digit number with single regrouping with sum not exceeding 1000 
How do we regroup numbers? 
Learners to practice adding horizontally and vertically 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 46

Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add a 3digit number to up to 2digit number with single regrouping with sum not exceeding 1000 
How do we regroup numbers? 
Learners add multiples of 10 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 54

Observation Written exercises 

10 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to solve word problems on addition of 3digit numbers to 2digit number 
Can you solve word problems on addition? 
Learners to work out word problems on addition of 3digit numbers to 2digit numbers 
Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page55 



2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add three single digit numbers with sum up to 27 
How do we add 3single digit numbers? 
Learners to add three single digits with the sum not exceeding 27 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 5657 
Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add two 3digit numbers without regrouping 
How do we add 3digit numbers without regrouping? 
Learner should practice adding 3digit numbers without regrouping 
Chalk board charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 59 
Written exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add two 3digit numbers with regrouping with sum not exceeding 1000 
How do we add 3digit numbers with regrouping 
Learners to add two 3digit numbers with regrouping 
Chalk board charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 61 
Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in patterns involving addition up to 1000 
What is the next number? 
Learners to find the next number in the patterns 
Chalk board charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 64 
Observation Written exercise 

Mathematics Schemes  Grade 2 Schemes of Work Term 3 2023
Week 
Lesson 
Strand 
Substrand 
Specific learning outcomes 
Key Inquiry questions 
Learning Experiences 
Learning Resources 
Assessment 
Remarks 
1 
1 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity using fixed units 
What can you use to measure capacity of different containers? 
Learners in pairs/groups to use small containers of equal capacity to fill bigger containers of same capacity but different shapes with water and count the number of small containers used to fill them 
Containers Water Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 83 
Observation Oral exercise 


2 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity using fixed units 
What can you use to measure capacity of different containers 
Learners in pairs/groups to use small containers of equal capacity to fill bigger containers of same capacity but different shapes with water and count the number of small containers used to fill them 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 83 Water Containers 
Observation writing exercise 


3 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity using fixed units 
How many small containers were used? 
Learners to identify the number of small containers that they used to fill the big containers with water 
Container Water Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 84 
Observation writing exercise 


4 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the liter as a unit of measuring capacity 
Which unit can we use to measure capacity? 
Learners in pairs/groups to use 1liter containers to fill big containers with water and count the number of liters used to fill the big containers 
1liter bottles/glasses Water drums Water Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 84 
Observation 


5 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the liter as a unit of measuring capacity 
Which unit can we use to measure capacity? 
Learners in pairs/groups to use 1litre containers to fill big containers with water and count the number of liters used to fill the big containers 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 85 Water containers 
Observation Writing exercise 

2 
1 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity in liters 
How many liters? 
Learners in pairs/groups to measure the capacity of different containers 
1liter containers 
Observation 


2 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity in liters 
How many liters? 
Learners in pairs/groups to use large containers to fill 1litre containers 
Containers Cups /glasses Water 
Observation Writing exercise 


3 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity in liters 
How many containers were used? 
Learners in pairs/groups to use large containers to fill 1litre containers 
Containers Cups /glasses Water Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 8890 
Observation Writing exercise 


4 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity in liters 
How many liters are there? 
Learners to play games involving capacity 
Tablet/laptops Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 91 
Observation Oral exercises 


5 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to relate the months of the year with various activities 
In which month do you celebrate your birthday? 
Learners in pairs/groups to discuss activities that take place in the months of the year 
Charts Calendar Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 92 
Writing exercise Oral exercise 

3 
1 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to relate the months of the year with various activities 
In which month do we celebrate the new year? 
Learners in pairs/groups to discuss activities that take place in the months of the year 
Charts Calendar Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 9293 
Writing exercise Oral exercise 


2 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to recite the number of days in each month of the year 
Which month has the least number of days? 
Learners in pairs/groups to sing songs, rhymes related to number of days in the months of the year 
Calendar Charts Chalkboard Songs Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 94 
Oral exercise Recitation Singing 


3 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to recite the number of days in each month of the year 
Which months have the same number of days? 
Learners in pairs/groups to sing songs, rhymes related to number of days in the months of the year 
Calendar Charts Chalkboard Songs Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 94 
Oral exercise Recitation Singing 


4 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure time using arbitrary units 
At what time of the day is your shadow longest? 
Learners in pairs/groups to measure time taken to perform an activity using arbitrary units 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 95 Charts 
Observation Writing exercise 


5 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure time using arbitrary units 
At what time of the day is your shadow shortest? 
Learners in pairs/groups to measure time taken to perform an activity using arbitrary units 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 9596 Charts 
Observation Writing exercise 

4 
1 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the clock face 
Do you know a clock? 
Learners to observe a clock face and discuss the minute hand and the hour hand 
Clock Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 9798 
Observation 


2 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the clock face 
Where can you find a clock? 
Learners to observe a clock face and discuss the minute hand and the hour hand 
Clock Charts Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 9798 
Observation Oral exercise 


3 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read, tell and write time by hour 
What is the time? 
Learner to discus how to read tell and write time by the hour using both analog and digital clock 
Digital watch/clock Analog clock 
Observation Writing exercise Oral questions 


4 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read, tell and write time by hour 
What is the time? 
Learner to discuss how to read tell and write time by the hour using both analog and digital clock 
Digital watch/clock Analog clock 
Observation Writing exercise Oral questions 


5 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the Kenyan currency coins and notes up to ksh100 
How can you Identify different Kenya currencies? 
Learners in pairs/groups to sort out Kenyan currency coins and notes according to their features up to 100 
Coins note s Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 101 
Observation 

5 
1 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the Kenyan currency coins and notes up to ksh100 
Ho we sort and group different currencies? 
Learners in groups/pairs to put different coins and notes together and separate them according to their values and features 
Coins Notes Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 102 
Observation Oral exercise 


2 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count money in sh.1, sh.5, sh.10, sh.20, sh.40, sh.50 up to sh100 
How do we count different currencies? 
Learners in pairs/groups to count money in sh.5.sh.10, sh.20, sh.40, sh.50 up to sh.100 
Coins Notes Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 103 
Writing exercise oral exercise observation 


3 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count money in sh.1, sh.5, sh.10, sh.20, sh.40, sh.50 up to sh100 
Can we find the value of currencies? 
Learners in pairs/groups to count money in sh.5.sh.10, sh.20, sh.40, sh.50 up to sh.100 
Coins Notes Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 103 
Writing exercise oral exercise observation 


4 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent same amount of money in different denominations 
How do we represent money of different denominations? 
Learners in pairs/groups to make same amount of money using different denominations 
Coins Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 104 
Oral exercise observation 


5 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent same amount of money in different denominations 
How do we represent money of different denominations? 
Learners in pairs/groups to make same amount of money using different denominations 
Coins Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 105 
Observation Writing exercise 

6 
1 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to relate money to goods and services up to sh,100 
How can you identify goods? 
Learners in groups to discuss items they cannot do without and those that are necessary but they can do without up to a value of sh.100 
Chalkboard Charts Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 106 
Observation Writing exercise 


2 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to differentiate between needs and wants in real life context 
How do you differentiate needs and wants? 
Learners in groups /pairs to classify needs and wants 
Work books Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 108 
Observation Writing exercise 


3 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate spending and saving of money in real life situations 
How can you save money? 
Learners to discuss the importance of saving Learners to play digital games involving money 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 109 
Writing exercise observation 


4 
Geometry 
Lines 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to draw and model straight lines 
What types of lines do you know? 
Learners in pairs/groups to model straight and curved lines using sticks plasticine /clay/paper Mache 
sticks plasticine /clay/paper Mache Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 111 
Observation Writing exercise 


5 
Geometry 
Lines 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to draw and model straight lines 
What types of lines do you know? 
Learners in pairs /groups to model straight and curved lines using strings 
Strings 
Observation Writing exercises 

7 
1 
Geometry 
Lines 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to draw and model curved lines 
What types of lines do you know? 
Learners in groups/pairs to model straight and curved lines by holding their hands Learners to model straight and curved lines using learner digital devices 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 113 
Observation Oral exercise 


2 
Geometry 
Shapes 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify rectangles, circles, triangles, ovals and squares 
What shapes can you identify in your environment? 
Learners in pairs/groups to sort and group to discuss types of lines making different shapes 
Objects within the environment Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 115 
0bservation Oral exercises 


3 
Geometry 
Shapes 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify rectangles, circles, triangles, ovals and squares 
What shapes can you identify in your environment? 
Learners in pairs/groups to discuss types of lines making different shapes 
Cartons Balls Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 117 
Observation Writing exercise 


4 
Geometry 
Shapes 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate making patterns involving rectangles, circles, ovals and squares 
What shapes can you identify in your environment? 
Learners to make patterns of their choice using the five shapes Learners in groups to make patterns, color them and share with other groups 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 118 
Writing exercise 


5 
Geometry 
Shapes 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate making patterns involving rectangles, circles, ovals and squares 
What shapes can you identify in your environment? 
Learners to make patterns of their choice using the five shapes Learners in groups to make patterns, color them and share with other groups 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 119 
Observation Writing exercise 

8 
ASSESSMENT 
Mathematics Schemes  Grade 2 Schemes of Work Term 2 2023
Week 
Lesson 
Strand 
SubStrand 
Specific Learning Outcomes 
Key Inquiry Questions 
Learning Experiences 
Learning Resources 
Assessment 
Remarks 
1 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to play digital games involving addition 
Which digital games involving addition can you play? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to play digital games involving addition 
Laptop/desktop Counters JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 39 
Observation 


2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to make patterns in groups using numbers up to 100 
How can you make patterns in groups using numbers up to100? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to make patterns using numbers up to 100 
Counters JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 39 
Observation writing exercises 


3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers involving addition of whole numbers up to 100 
How do we work out missing numbers in patters involving addition? 
Learner to work out the missing number in patterns involving addition 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 40 
In class writing exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers involving addition of whole numbers up to 100 
How can we complete the pattern? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to complete the patterns that involves addition 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 4243 



5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers involving addition of whole numbers up to 100 
What is the next number? 
Learner’s to find out the next number in the pattern 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 44 


2 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How many remains? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to subtract single digit numbers by comparing groups of objects 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 45 Sticks Stones 
observation 


2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How many do we remain with? 
Learner’s in groups to collecting concrete objects, count them and others to take away some and find the remaining number 
Sticks Pens books JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 45 
Oral exercise Observation 


3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How can we subtract two single digits vertically? 
Learner’s to practice subtracting single digits vertically 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 45 
Writing exercise Observation 


4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How can we subtract a 1digit number from a 2digit number vertically? 
Learner’s to work out subtraction of 1digit numbers from 2digit numbers aligned vertically and horizontally 
Chalk board Charts JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 46 
Writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How many will remain? 
Learner’s to work out subtraction up to 2digit number according to place value 
Chalk board Charts JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 47 
In class writing exercise 

3 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How do we regroup? 
Learner’s to work out subtraction up to 2digit number without regrouping 
Charts Work books JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 48 
Writing exercise Observation 


2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtracts the 10’s numbers 
How do we break apart numbers to make a 10? 
Learner’s to work out subtraction problems involves the 10’s numbers 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 49 
Writing exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How do we subtract a 2digit number from a 2digit number? 
Learner’s to practice subtracting 2digit numbers from 2digit numbers 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 50 Charts Work books 
In class writing exercises 


4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use the relationship between addition and subtraction in working out problems 
What is the relationship between addition and subtraction? 
Learner’s to discuss the relationship between addition and subtraction using number families 
Chalk board JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 51 
Oral exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use the relationship between addition and subtraction in working out problems 
How can we add and subtract? 
Learner’s to discuss the relationship between addition and subtraction using number families 
Work book Chalk board JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 52 
Writing exercise 

4 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in subtraction of up to2 digit numbers 
How do we find the missing number? 
Learner’s to find out the missing in subtraction of up to 2digit numbers 
Chalkboard JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 53 
Writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in subtraction of up to2digit numbers 
Can we fil in the missing numbers? 
Learner’s to fill in the missing numbers in problems involving subtraction 
Work book Chalk board JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 54 
Writing exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in subtraction of up to2digit numbers 
Can we work out word problems involving subtraction? 
Learner’s to read aloud and solve word problems involving subtraction 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 55 
Oral exercise Writing exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in subtraction of up to2digit numbers 
Which number is missing? 
Learner’s to fill in the missing numbers in problems involving subtraction 
Chalkboard Work books JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 5556 
Observation Writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in subtraction of up to2digit numbers 
Can we fill the missing number using a number line? 
Learner’s to work out the missing numbers using a number line 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 56 
Writing exercise Oral exercise 

5 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out the missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction up to 100 
How do you work out missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction? 
Learner’s to practice completing the pattern 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 57 Work book 
Writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out the missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction up to 100 
Can we find the next number in the pattern? 
Learner’s to work out the next number in patterns involving subtraction 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 58 
Writing exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out the missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction up to 100 
Can we find the next number in the pattern? 
Learner’s to work out the next number in patterns involving subtraction 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 58 
Writing exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out the missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction up to 100 
What is the next number in the pattern? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to find the next number in the pattern through subtraction 
Work grades chalkboard JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 59 
Oral exercise Writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out the missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction up to 100 
Can we play games that involves finding the next number? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to play games that involves getting a next number by subtraction 
Songs Games 
Oral exercises Writing exercise 

6 
1 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent multiplication as repeated addition using numbers1,2,3,4 and 5 up to five times 
How do you represent multiplication as a repeated addition/ 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to use counters to represent multiplication as repeated addition 
Counters 
Oral exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent multiplication as repeated addition using numbers1,2,3,4 and 5 up to five times 
Can we count in two’s? 
Learner’s to use counters in counting in twos to represent multiplication as repeated addition 
Counters JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 60 
Observation Oral exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent multiplication as repeated addition using numbers1,2,3,4 and 5 up to five times 
Can we count in group of threes’? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to represent multiplication as repeated addition 
Chalkboard JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 61 
Observation



4 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent multiplication as repeated addition using numbers1,2,3,4 and 5 up to five times 
Can we count in four’s? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to represent multiplication as repeated addition Learner’s to count objects in four’s 
Counters JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 62 
Oral exercise Observation 


5 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent multiplication as repeated addition using numbers1,2,3,4 and 5 up to five times 
How can we count in five’s? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to represent multiplication as repeated addition by counting number in five’s 
Counters JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 63 
Observation Oral exercise 

7 
1 
Numbers m 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent multiplication as repeated addition using numbers1,2,3,4 and 5 up to five times 
How can we use a number lines to represent multiplication as repeated addition? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to use number lines to represent multiplication as a repeated addition 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 64 
Writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to write repeated addition sentences as multiplication, using ‘x’ sign. 
How do we use ‘x’ sign in multiplication?

Learner’s to use the ‘x ‘sign in writing repeated addition sentences as multiplication 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 65 Chalkboard 
Observation Writing exercise 


3 
Numbers 
multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to write repeated addition sentences as multiplication, using ‘x’ sign. 
How do we use ‘x’ sign in multiplication?

Learner’s to use the ‘x ‘sign in writing repeated addition sentences as multiplication 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 66 
Writing exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to write repeated addition sentences as multiplication, using ‘x’ sign. 
How do we use ‘x’ sign in multiplying? 
Learner’s to use the ‘x’ sign to multiplying 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 66 
Writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to complete a multiplication table 
Can you complete a multiplication table? 
Learner’s to find the missing numbers in a multiplication table 
Charts JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 69 
Writing exercise 

8 
1 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to multiply single digit numbers by 1,2,3,4 and 5 
Can we multiply single digits numbers? 
Learner’s to multiply single digit numbers by 1,2,3,4 and 5 
Charts JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 69 
Writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to multiply single digit numbers by 1,2,3,4 and 5 
Can we play games involving multiplication? 
Learner’s to play digital games that involves multiplication 
Laptops JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 70 
Oral exercises Observation 


3 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to arrange items in groups of 1,2,3,4 and 5 a certain number of times 
How many can be arranged? 
Learner’s to visit the local market to see how fruits are arranged in groups of 1,2,3 ,4 and 10’s a certain number of times 
Market place 
Observation Oral exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent division as equal sharing 
How can we share a number of objects equally? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to share a given number of objects equally by each picking one object at a time until all are finished and then count how many each got 
Concrete objects within the class JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 72 
Observation Oral exercises 


5 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent division as equal sharing 
How can we share a number of objects equally? 
Learner’s to share a number of objects equally among 2 and 3 respectively 
Concrete objects within the class JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 72 
Observation 

9 
1 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent division as equal sharing 
How can we share a number of objects equally 
Learner’s to share a number of objects into small equal groups 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 73 
Observation Oral exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent division as equal grouping 
How do we represent division as equal grouping? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to pick an equal number of objects at a time from the main group and count the number of small equal groups formed 
Concrete objects within the class JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 73 
Observation Oral exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent division as equal grouping 
How do we represent division as equal grouping? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to pick an equal number of objects at a time from the main group and count the number of small equal groups formed 
Objects within the class JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 73 
Observation Oral exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the Learner’s should be able to use ‘‘sign in writing division sentences 
How do we use ‘sign in writing division sentences? 
Learner’s to use the “sign in division 
Chalk board Work book 
Writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the Learner’s should be able to use ‘‘sign in writing division sentences 
How do we use ‘sign in writing division sentences? 
Learner’s to work out division problems using the “÷ “sign in division 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 74 
Writing exercise 

10 
1 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out word problems involving division 
Can we solve word problems on division 
Learner’s to work out word problems involving division 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 75 
Writing exercise Oral exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to divide numbers up to 25 by 2,3,4 and 5 without a remainder in real life situation 
Can we divide numbers25 by numbers up to 25? 
Learner’s to divide numbers up to 25 by 2,3,4 and 5without a remainder 
Charts Chalk board Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 75 
In class writing exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to divide numbers up to 25 by 2,3,4 and 5 without a remainder in real life situation 
Can we divide numbers25 by numbers up to 25? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to play digital games that involves division 
Chalkboard Charts Laptop Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 75 
Writing exercise 


4 
Measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure length using fixed units 
What can you use to measure different lengths? 
Learner sin pairs/groups to use sticks of equal length to measure different lengths, record, and discuss the results 
Sticks Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 75 
Observation 


5 
Measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure length using fixed units 
What can you use to measure different lengths? 
Learner sin pairs/groups to use sticks of equal length to measure different lengths, record, and discuss the results 
Sticks JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 76 
Observation Writing exercise 

11 
END OF TERM ASSESSMENT AND CLOSING 
Mathematics Schemes  Grade 2 Schemes of Work Term 1 2023
WEEK 
LESSON 
STRAND THEME 
SUB STRAND 
SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES 
KEY INQUIRY QUESTIONS 
LEARNER EXPERIENCE 
LEARNING RESOURCES 
ASSESSMENT METHODS 
REFLECTION 

1 
1 
NUMBERS 
Numbers concept Reading 150 
By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to: Read 150 in symbols 
Can count numbers from 150 in symbols 
Learners to read number names from 150 from the chart 
Chart Number cards 
Oral questions Observation 



2 
NUMBERS 
Representing number 150 
Represent number 150 using concrete objects in the environment 
What can we use to represent number 1 50? 
Learners in groups to represent number 150 using safe concrete objects 
Concrete objects Counters 
Oral questions Observation 



3 
NUMBERS 
Filling in missing numbers 
Filling in number 150 in their work books 
How can we find missing numbers 
Learners to fill in missing numbers from 150 
Chart 
Oral questions Written exercise 



4 
NUMBERS 
Reading numbers 50 100 
Read numbers 50100 using symbols in the chart 
Can you find number of objects from number 50 100? 
Learners read number names from 50100 from the chart 
Chart 
Oral questions observations 



5 
NUMBERS 
Representing numbers 50100 
Represent number 50 100 using concrete objects in the environment 
What can we use to represent number 50100? 
Learners to represent numbers from 50100 using safe concrete objects 
Counters 
Oral questions observations 


2 
1 
NUMBERS 
Filling in missing numbers 
Fill in missing numbers from number 50 100 using in their books 
How can we find missing numbers 
Learners to fill in missing numbers from 50100 
Chart 
Oral 



2 
NUMBERS 
Playing games 
Playing games with numbers 
How many times in groups can they count numbers 1 100 
Learners to play games of have you counted? 
Concrete objects representing groups with numbers 
Observations 



3 
NUMBERS 
Filling in missing numbers 
Fill in missing numbers from 1 100 in their workbooks 
Which is the missing number? 
Learners to fill in missing numbers 1100 
Chart 
Oral questions Written exercise 



4 
NUMBERS 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to count numbers 150 forward and backwards in a sequence 
What is the next number? 
Learners to count numbers 150 forward and backwards 
Number line chart 
Observation Oral questions 



5 
NUMBERS 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to count numbers 50 forward and backwards in a sequence 
What is the next number? 
Learners to count numbers 50100 forward and backwards 
Number line chart 
Observation Oral questions 


3 
1 
NUMBERS 
Counting in 2s forward 
Count numbers in 2s forward in pairs or groups 
What is the next number going forward? 
Learners in 2s should be able to count in 2s forward 
Number line 
Oral questions 



2 
NUMBERS 
Counting in 2s backward 
Count numbers in 2s backward in pairs or groups 
What is the next number going backward? 
Learners in 2s should be able to count in 2s backward 
Number line 
Oral questions 



3 
NUMBERS 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to count 
How do you get the next number in a pattern? 
Learners to count in 5s forward in groups or pairs 
Number line 
Oral questions Observation 


4 
1 
NUMBERS 
Fractions Circular cut outs in quarter 
Fold circular paper cut outs in to 4 equal parts and make a quarter 
How many parts are shaded? 
Learners in pairs to fold paper cuts to get 4 equal parts and identify it as a quarter 
Paper cut outs 
Observation Oral questions 



23 
NUMBERS 
Rectangular cut outs in 4 equal parts 
Fold rectangular paper cut outs in to 4 equal parts and make a quarter 
How many parts are they? 
Learners in pairs to fold paper cuts to get 4 equal parts and identify it as a quarter 
Paper cut outs 
Observation Oral questions 



45 
NUMBERS 
Comparing fractions in size 
Compare fractions in size to find out which is bigger or smaller 
Which one is big? 
Learners should be able to compare sizes of fractions 
Paper cut outs 
Observation Oral questions 


5 
1 
NUMBERS 
Digital games with fractions 
Play digital games with fractions 
Which fractions can you see? 
Learners should be able to play digital games involving fractions 
Laptops 
Observation Oral questions 



23 
NUMBERS 
Fractions 
Practice cutting out halves and quarters 
How many parts do you get when you share a fruit among 2? 
Learners in pairs/groups making halves and quarters of a whole 
Paper cut outs A fruit 
Observation Oral questions 



4 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to add single digits horizontally 
How do you arrange digits when adding horizontally? 
Learners to add single digits horizontally 
Number line 
Written exercise 



5 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
Add single digits vertically 
How do you add single digits vertically? 
Learners to add single digits vertically 
Number line counters 
Written exercise 


6 
1 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
Work out word problems involving single digits 
How do we add single digits? 
Learners to come up with additional word problems 
Counters 
Written exercise 



23 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
The learner should be able to add a 2 digit number to a 1 digit number with sum not exceeding 100 without regrouping 
How we align a 2 digit number and a 1 digit number vertically in order to add? 
Learners to a 2 digit number to a 1 digit number without regrouping 
Counters 
Written exercise Observations Oral questions 



45 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
Add a 2 digit number to a 1 digit number with sum not exceeding 100 with regrouping 
When do we regroup? 
Learners to a 2 digit number to a 1 digit number with regrouping 
Counters 
Written exercise 


7 
1 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
The learner should work out word problems involving 2 digit and 1 digit 
Which word means same as addition? 
Learners to understand other words that mean same as addition 
Counters 
Written exercise Observation 



2 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
The learner should be able to add single digit number up to a sum of 20 horizontally 
How do we get the sum of 3 single digits? 
Learners in pairs/ groups to practice addition of 3 single digits 
Counters 
Written exercise Observation 



3 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
The learner should be able to add single digit number up to a sum of 20 vertically 
How do you align numbers when working with 3 digit numbers? 
Learners to work out sum of 3 digit numbers vertically according to place value 
Bottle tops Counters 
Written exercise 



45 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
The learner should be able to work out word problems involving 3 single digits 
How we arrange numbers when working with 3 digit numbers? 
Learners should be able to collect different safe objects and use hem in addition of 3 single digit numbers 
Counters 
Written exercise 


8 
1 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
The learner should be able to practice addition by skipping on the number line 
How do we use a number line when counting? 
Learners to practice addition by skipping on the number line 
Number line drawn on the floor 
Written exercise 



24 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
The learner should be able to practice breaking numbers apart to make 10 
When do you break apart numbers to make 10? 
Learners to break numbers apart to make 10 
workbooks 
Written exercise 



5 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
The learner should be able to come up with different ways of adding 2 digit numbers without regrouping 
How can you align a 2 digit number vertically in order to add? 
Learners to add a 2 digit numbers without regrouping 
Counters 
Written exercise 


9 
12 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
The learner should be able to come up with different ways of adding 2 digit numbers with regrouping 
How can you align a 2 digit number vertically in order to add? 
Learners to add a 2 digit numbers with regrouping 
Counters 
Written exercise 



3 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
The learner should be able to play digital games involving addition 
Which digital games can you play involving addition? 
Learners to play digital games involving addition 
Laptop 
Observation 



4 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
The learner should be able to make patterns in groups using numbers up to 100 
How can you make patterns in groups using numbers up to 100 
Learners in groups to make patterns using numbers up to 
Number chart 
Written exercise 



5 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
The learner should be able to work out missing numbers involving addition of whole numbers up to 100 
How do work out missing numbers in patterns involving addition? 
Learners work out missing numbers involving addition in patterns 
Counters 
Written exercise 



1 
NUMBERS 
Addition 
The learner should be able to work out missing numbers involving addition of whole numbers up to 100 
How do work out missing numbers in patterns involving addition? 
Learners work out missing numbers involving addition in patterns 
Counters 
Written exercise 



2 
NUMBERS 
Subtraction 
The learner should be able to work out subtraction of single digits 
How do work out subtraction of 2 single digits numbers 
Learners work out subtraction of 2 single digits numbers 
Counters 
Written exercise 



3

NUMBERS

Subtraction

The learner should be able to work out subtraction of 1 digit number from 2 digit number 
How do work out subtraction 1 digit number from 2 digit number 
Learners work out subtraction 1 digit number from 2 digit number

Counters

Written exercise




45 
NUMBERS 
Subtraction 
The learner should be able to work out subtraction up to 2 digit number without regrouping 
What is the place value 
Learners work out subtraction up to 2 digit number without regrouping 
Counters 
Written exercise 



12 
NUMBERS 
Subtraction 
The learner should be able to work out subtraction up to 2 digit number with regrouping 
How do we regroup? 
Learners work out subtraction up to 2 digit number with regrouping 
Counters 
Written exercise 



34 
NUMBERS 
Subtraction 
The learner should be able to work out subtraction up to 2 digit number with regrouping 
How do we regroup? 
Learners work out subtraction up to 2 digit number with regrouping 
Counters 
Written exercise 



5 
NUMBERS 
Subtraction 
The learner should be able to work out a mixed exercise subtraction with and without regrouping 
How do we regroup? 
Learners work out subtraction with and without regrouping 
Counters 
Written exercise 

Mathematics Schemes  Grade 1 Schemes of Work Term 3 2023
Week 
Lesson 
Strand 
Substrand 
Suggested outcomes 
Key inquiry question(s) 
Learning experiences 
Learning resources 
Assessment 
Reflection 

1 
1 
Measurement 
Capacity (how much a container can hold) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: measure how many count the number of small containers to fill big containers 
How many of the small containers can fill the big container? 
Learners demonstrate and talk about filling containers 
Containers of different sizes Grade one book page 58 Number chart 
The teacher to check the work of the learners 



2 
Measurement 
Capacity(how much a container can hold) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: collect cans from the environment and measure their capacity 
Which cans hold more or less? 
Learners demonstrate filling and emptying small and large Containers using water, sand 
Grade one book page 58 Containers of different sizes 
The teacher to observe the containers 



3 
Measurement 
Time(daily routines) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: observe the pictures 
What can you see in picture 1 and 2? 
Guide learners to observe and talk about the pictures 
Grade one book page 59 Clock face pictures 
The teacher to listen to the answers of the learners 



4 
Measurement 
Time(daily routines) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: tell time in according to the pictures 
What is the time in picture 1 and 2? 
Guide the learners to talk about time 
Grade one book page 59 Clock face 
The teacher to observe the work of learners 



5 
Measurement 
Time(daily routines) 
By the end of the topic the learners should be able to: identify at least 3 daily routine activities they do before going to school 
What do we do when we wake up in the morning before you come to school? 
A few learners identify and talk about morning routines activities in an appropriate manner 
Clock face Grade one book page 59 pictures 
The teacher to listen to learners 


2 
1 
Measurement 
Time(daily routines) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: identify vocabulary related to time(today, yesterday, tomorrow) 
How the things you do are different from what your mother and father does in the morning? 
Guide learners to talk about activities related to time(today, tomorrow, yesterday) 
Grade one book page 59 Clock face Picture cut outs 
The teacher to observe the work of the learners 



2 
Measurement 
Time(daily routines) 
By the end of the sub strand the learners should be able to: demonstrate ability to manage time well when doing activities 
What do you do when you arrive in school? 
Learners sing songs on daily routines 
Grade one book page 59 Clock face pictures 
The teacher to observe the learners activities 



3 
Measurement 
Time(daily routines) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: appreciate what everybody does on a daily activity 
What does your mother do when you wake up? 
In groups or pairs, learners arrange pictures with various daily routine activities in a logical order 
Grade one book page 59 Picture charts 
The teacher to observe the learners 



4 
Measurement 
Time(daily routines) 
By the end of the lesson the learners should be able to: arrange pictures with various daily routine activities 
What activities do you do when you wake up? 
Individually the learners to arrange pictures of daily routine logically 
Grade one book page 60 Picture cut out Clock face 
The teacher to observe the learners 



5 
Measurement 
Time(daily routines) 
By the end of the topic the learners should be able to: observe the pictures and color 
What do you do when you wake up in the morning? What do you see in the pictures 
Learners to sing songs about routines 
Grade one book page 60 Picture cut outs Picture chart 
The teacher to observe the work of the learners 


3 
1 
Measurement 
Time(daily routines) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: observe the pictures and tell time 
What activity do you see in the pictures? 
Learners to identify and talk about the activities 
Grade one book page 60 Picture cut outs Clock face 
The teacher to observe the learners work 



2 
Measurement 
Time(daily routines) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: observe and tell when certain activities take place 
What do we do when we wake up? What activities do you do when you arrive in school? 
Learners to watch a video on activities of the daily routine 
Grade one book 60 Clock face Digital devices like DVDS Picture cut outs 
The teacher to observe the work of learners 



3

Measurement

Money(Kenyan currency) Coins and notes 
By the end of the subtopic the learners should be able to: observe and talk about the pictures 
What can you see from the pictures?

Guide learners to look and talk about the activities in the pictures 
Grade one book page 61 Shop corner 
The teacher to observe the work of the learners 



4 
Measurement 
Money (Kenyan Currency) Coins and notes 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: talk about different currencies that we use 
What do we use money for? 
Guide the learners to look and talk about different sample currencies 
Grade one book page 61 Coins and notes 
The teacher to observe the learners 



5 
Measurement 
Money (Kenyan currency) Coins and notes 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: identify different sample coins 
What can you see on the coin? What do we use money for? 
Guide the learners to look and talk about different sample coins 
Grade one book page 62 Coins 
The teacher to observe the learners 


4 
1 
Measurement 
Money(Kenyan Currency) Coins and notes 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: identify Kenyan currency from samples given 
What can you see on the coins? What do we use money for? 
A few learners identify Kenyan coins and notes 
Grade one book page 62 Coins Shop Corner Tins 
The teacher to observe the coins 



2 
Measurement 
Money(Kenya Currency) Coins and notes 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: buy items using Kenyan coins 
What can you see on the coin? 
In groups, pairs ,learners role play buying and selling from a shop corner 
Grade one book page 62 Coins Shop Corner Tins 
The teacher to observe the learners activities 



3 
Measurement 
Money(Kenyan Currency) Coins and notes 
By the end of the sub strand the learners should be able to: trace and shade the coins 
What can you see on the coin? What do we use money for? 
A few learners to identify the traced coins 
Grade one book page 63 Tins Coins 
The teacher to observe the coins 



4 
Measurement 
Money(Kenyan Currency) Coins and notes 
By the end of the sub strand the learners should be able to: match the coins that are the same 
Which coins can you see? Which coins look the same? 
Learners to match and pair Kenyan currency 
Grade one book page 62 Coins Shop corner Tins 
The teacher to observe the coins 



5 
Measurement 
Money(Kenyan Currency) Coins and notes 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: make a simple budget basing on(coins and notes) 
Which coins can you see? What can you buy with the coin from the pictures? 
Learners to role play buying and selling from the shop corner 
Grade one book page 64 Coins Shop Corner Tins Boxes 
The teacher to observe the learners 


5 
1 
Measurement 
Money (Kenyan Currency) Coins and notes 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: appreciate the use of Kenyan currency(coins and notes) in their daily life 
What can you see on the note? 
Learners to watch a video on role playing buying and selling 
Grade one book page 65 Coins Shop corner Tins Boxes Digital devices 
Teacher to observe the learners 



2 
Measurement 
Money (Kenyan Currency) Coins and notes 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: match notes that are the same 
What can we do with extra money(balance) 
Learners to match and pair Kenyan currency coins and notes using ICT devices 
Grade one book page 65 Coins Shop corner Digital devices like computers 
Teacher to observe the learners 



3 
Measurement 
Area (surface of objects) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: count and write the number of books that cover the surface 
How many items can cover this surface? 
learners in pairs count the items on the surface 
Tables Books Hands Grade one book page 66 
Teacher to observe the learners 



4 
Measurement 
Area (surface of objects) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: identify surfaces of different objects in the environment 
How many items can cover this surface? 
learners are guided to observe and identify different surfaces of objects in the environment 
Tables Books Hands Grade one book page 66 
The teacher to observe the learners 



5 
Measurement 
Area(surface of objects) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: cover the area of different surfaces of objects using smaller objects? 
What else can we use to cover these surfaces? How many small items can cover these surface? 
Demonstrate covering surfaces using small objects from the environment 
Tables Books Hands Grade one book page 67 Feet 
The teacher to observe the learners 

6 
1 
Measurement 
Area(surface of objects) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: appreciate different surfaces in the environment 
Which surface is smaller or bigger? What else can we use to cover these surfaces? 
In groups learners compare different surfaces in the environment 
Tables Books Hands Grade one book page 66 and 67 Feet 
The teacher to observe the learners 


2 
Measurement 
Area(surface of objects) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: cover the area of different surfaces of objects using bigger objects 
What else can we use to cover these surfaces? 
demonstrate covering surfaces using big objects in the environment 
Tables Books Hands Grade one book page 66 and 67 Feet 
The teacher to observe the learners 


3 
Measurement 
Area(surface of objects) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: identify surfaces of 3 objects in the environment 
How many objects can be used to cover the surface? Which surface is smaller or bigger? 
Learners cover surfaces of different sizes 
Tables Books Hands Grade one book page 66 and 67 Feet 
The teacher to observe the learners 


4 
Measurement 
Area(surface of objects) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: differentiate Big and small surface by coloring 
Which is the small/big surface? 
Learners to shade or color surfaces of different objects 
Tables Books Hands Grade one book page 66 and 67 
The teacher to observe the learners 


5 
Measurement 
Area(surface of objects) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: learn different surfaces using ICT devices 
Which is the small/big surface? How many objects can be used to cover the surface? 
Guide learners on using the devices 
Tables Books Hands Grade one book page 66 and 67 Digital devices like DVDs 
The teacher to observe the learners 

7 
1 
Measurement 
Area(surface of objects) 
By the end of the sub strand the learners should be able to: group 3 different surfaces according to size 
How many objects can be used to cover the surface? 
Learners demonstrate surfaces according to sizes(big ,small) 
Tables Books Hands Grade one book page 66 and 67 
the teacher to observe the learners 


2 
Measurement 
Area(surface of objects) 
By the end of the sub strand the learners should be able to: identify and shade big surfaces 
How many objects can be used to cover the surface? 
Learners to shade or color surface using the ICT devices 
Tables Books Hands Grade one book page 66 and 67 
the teacher to observe the learners 


3 
Measurement 
Area(surface of objects) 
By the end of the substrand the learners should be able to: work out different questions on measurement

Which objects are heavy or light?

Learners discuss in groups compare different mass of objects 
Grade one book page 54 and 55 Pictures stones Sand water chairs

The teacher to observe the learners



4 
Measurement 
Time(daily routine) 
By the end of the sub strand the learners should be able to: answer different questions on time 
What do you do when you wake up before you come to school? 
Learners role play activities depending on time 
Grade one book page 59 and 60 Past papers 
The teacher to observe the learners 


5. 
Numbers 
Sorting and grouping objects according to shape 
By the end of the sub strand the learners should be able to: sort different objects by shape 
Which shapes can you see? How many shapes can you see? 
Learners to name the shapes in the pictures 
Grade one book page 7 
The teacher to observe the learners 

8 
ASSESSMENT 
Mathematics Schemes  Grade 1 Schemes of Work Term 2 2023
Week 
Lesson 
Strand 
Substrand 
Specific learning outcomes 
Key inquiry questions 
Learning experiences 
Learning resources 
Assessment 
Remarks 

1 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the substrand, the learner should be able to add 2single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 
In how many ways can we add single digits that add to 10? 
Learners in pairs/groups of not more than 10 to gather themselves and find their total number according to their gender etc. Learners to count and add objects within the class that are not more than ten. 
Boys and girls for counting Objects within the class JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 5355 
Observe how learners gather themselves and find their total numbers Oral presentation of objects counted 



2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the substrand, the learner should be able to add 2single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 
How many do we get? 
Learners to add 2single digits by counting on 
Chalkboard Charts JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 5355 
Oral exercise [individual] 



3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the substrand, the learner should be able to add 2single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 
How many single digits can be added up to get10? 
Leaners in pairs /groups to come up with single digits that can be added up to get 10 only 
Chalk board JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 5355 




4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: add 3single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 in different contexts 
Which 3 digits do you think we can add to get 10or less than 10? 
Learners to add 3 single digit numbers by counting on 
Chalk board JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 5660 
Writing exercises 



5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: add 3single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 in different contexts 
Which three digits can be added to sum up ten? 
Learners in pairs /groups to identify 3 digits in each group that can be added to get 10 or a number less than 10 
Exercise books Charts JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 5660 
Writing in class exercises 


2 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: add 3single digit numbers up to a sum of 100in different contexts 
How can we add by using a number line? 
Learners to add 3single digit numbers using a number line 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 5660 Chalkboard 
In class writing exercises 



2 
Numbers 
addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: add 3single digit numbers up to a sum of 100in different contexts 
In how many ways can we add 3, 4, or 5 to any other digit to get 10? 
Learners in pairs/groups to find out how many ways 3,4 and 5 can be added to any other number to get ten 
Exercise books JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 5660 
In class writing exercise 



3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add a 2 digit number to a 1digit number without regrouping, horizontally and vertically with sum not exceeding 100 
Can we add up to 100? 
Learners to add numbers less than 100 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6162 
Oral presentation of numbers from 1100 



4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add a 2 digit number to a 1digit number without regrouping, horizontally and vertically with sum not exceeding 100 
How can we add a 2 digit number to a 1 digit number? 
Learner to add a 2 digit number to 1 digit number without regrouping horizontally and vertically with sum not exceeding 100 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6162 
In class exercises 



5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add a 2 digit number to a 1digit number without regrouping, horizontally and vertically with sum not exceeding 100 
How many do we get? 
Learners grouping the number of objects having 2digit to those having 1digit to find out their sum 
Class room objects JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6162 
In class writing exercise 


3 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to :add a 2 digit number to a 1digit number without regrouping , horizontally and vertically with sum not exceeding 100 
How many are they? 
Learners in pairs/groups of 5 to walk in school compound and collect concrete objects and ad them up to the number of the group members i.e. the collected objects should range from 1095 
School compound Exercise books JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6162 
Observe leaners collecting and adding up objects from the school compound 



2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add a 2 digit number to a 1digit number vertically with sum not exceeding 100 
Can we work out word problems? 
Learners to read out word sentences that involves adding Learners to practice working out problems 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 63 
Writing exercises in class 



3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add multiples of 10 up to 100 vertically 
How do we ad multiples of 10? 
Learners to add multiples of 10 up to 100 vertically 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 64 Chalk board 
Writing exercise 



4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add multiples of 10 up to 100 vertically 
In how many ways can we add multiples of ten to get 100? 
Learners in pairs/groups to find different ways in which the multiples of 10 can be added to get 100 and present them 
Exercise books Charts JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 64 
In class oral presentation Writing exercises 



5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add multiples of 10 up to 100 vertically 
How many do we get? 
Learners to group objects in groups of 10’s and add them up including their number in class 
Objects in classroom JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 64 
Observe learners grouping and counting objects 


4 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: work out missing numbers in patterns involving addition of whole numbers up to 100 
Which number is missing? 
Learners to make patterns involving addition with numbers up to 100 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 65 
In class writing exercise 



2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: work out missing numbers in patterns involving addition of whole numbers up to 100 
How can we find the missing number? 
Learners in groups/pairs to play games involving addition 
Playing games JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 65 
Observe learners do the additions as they play 



3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to model subtraction as ‘taking away’ using concrete objects 
How do you subtract a number from the other? 
Learners in pairs/groups to model subtraction using concrete objects 
Objects within the class JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6667 
Observe learners collecting and model subtracting objects from others 



4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to model subtraction as ‘taking away’ using concrete objects 
How Many do we remain with? 
Learners to collect objects of different colors and sort them out according to their colors 
Colored objects within the class. JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6667 
Observe learners collecting and sorting objects 



5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to model subtraction as ‘taking away’ using concrete objects 
How many were taken away? 
Learners tin pairs/groups to collect objects and take away the collected objects at random and find the number taken away 
Concrete objects. JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6667 
Observe learners collect and take away objects 


5 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: use the ‘ ‘and ‘=’ signs in writing subtraction sentences 
How do we use the ‘‘and = sigs I subtraction? 
Learners to practice using – and = sign sin subtraction sentences 
Chalk board JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6869 
In class writing exercise 



2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: use the ‘‘ and ‘=’ signs in writing subtraction sentences 
How do we use the subtracting signs? 
Learners to practice using the subtracting signs ‘‘ and ‘=’ in subtraction sentences while subtracting concrete objects within the class room 
Objects within the class JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6869 
Oral exercises on subtraction 



3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: subtract single digit numbers 
How do we subtract single digits? 
Learners in pairs/groups to subtract by counting backwards 
Chalk board JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 
Oral exercises on counting backwards 



4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: subtract single digit numbers 
How do we subtract single digits number from the other? 
Learners to practice subtracting single number from the other Learners to find out objects and take away some 
Chalk board JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6668 
In class writing exercise 



5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: subtract single digit numbers 
How many are left? 
Learners in pairs /groups to play game that involves subtracting and counting backwards e.g. songs 
Counting games and songs. JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6975 
Observe learners play games by counting backwards 


6 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: subtract single digit numbers 
How can we subtract using a number line? 
Learners in pair /groups to practice subtracting using a number line 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6975 




2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: subtract single digit numbers 
Can we add and subtract? 
Learners to add digits and then subtract the least digit from the total 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6975 




3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: subtract single digit numbers 
Can we work out word problems involving subtraction? 
Learners to read out loudly the subtraction sentences Learners to work out word problems involving subtraction of single digits 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 6975 
Writing exercises in class 



4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: subtract a 1digit number from a 2digit number based on basic addition facts 
How do you subtract a single digit number from a 2 digit number? 
Learners to practice subtracting a 1digit from a 2digit number 
Chalk board Charts. JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 7680 
In class writing exercise 



5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: subtract a 1digit number from a 2digit number based on basic addition facts 
How many? 
Learners to solve routine and nonroutine problems involving subtraction of 1digit number from a 2digit number based on basic addition facts 
Environmental activities. JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 7680 
Writing exercises 


7 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: subtract a 1digit number from a 2digit number based on basic addition facts 
How many do we get? 
Learners in pairs /groups to identify numbers with 1digit and subtracting them from a 2digit number 
Exercise books charts JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 7680 
Writing in class exercise 



2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: subtract a 1digit number from a 2digit number based on basic addition facts 
How many? 
Learners to practice subtracting a 1digit number from a 2digit number in class 
Chalk board JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 7680 




3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: subtract multiple of 10 up to 90 
How do we subtract multiples of 10? 
Learners to do several exercises involving subtracting items that are multiples of ten 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 81 
Writing exercises




4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: work out missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction of whole numbers up to 100 
How do we get missing numbers using a number line? 
Learners in groups/pairs to create patterns involving subtraction 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 82 
Writing exercise 



5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: work out missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction of whole numbers up to 100 
How do we work patterns in subtraction? 
Learners to work out exercise involving patterns in subtraction 
Chalkboard JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 82 
Writing exercises Observe learners work out patterns involving subtraction 


8 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: work out missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction of whole numbers up to 100 
How many remains? 
Learners to carry out subtractions involving both single numbers and 2digit numbers up to 90 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 82 
Writing in class exercise 



2 
measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: compare lengths of objects directly 
How do you compare the length of objects? 
Learners in pairs /groups to collect objects having different lengths just from the appearance without measuring 
Objects within the class JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 8385 
Observe learners collect objects of different lengths 



3 
Measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: compare lengths of objects directly 
Which one is longer? 
Learners to identify the longer and shorter objects from the ones they collected and group them together 
Pencils/ books Bottles /pairs of shoes etc. JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 8385 
Observe learners group objects of the same length together 



4 
Measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: compare lengths of objects directly 
Can we draw objects of different lengths? 
Learners to draw objects of different lengths of different objects and color the objects of the same length with their unique colors 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 8385 Charts Exercise books 
Observe learners drawing objects in class drawing exercises 



5 
Measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: compare lengths of objects directly 
Which one is shorter, longer, and/or same as? 
Learners to check on their text books and color objects that are shorter, longer and of the same length 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 8687 
In class exercise on coloring of objects of the same lengths 


9 
1 
Measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: compare lengths of objects directly 
How many of this? 
Learner sin pairs/groups to measure: The teachers desk The length of the class room window Their desk 
Desks Classroom window. JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 8889 
Observe learners carrying out measurement 



2 
Measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: compare lengths of objects directly 
How many of this? 
Learners in groups/pairs to measure: One side of the classroom Width of the classroom door Learners to get out of the class and measure the distance from classroom to: The gate The playground Head teachers office 
JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 8889 Exercise book 
Observe learners determine the distances Writing exercises 



3 
Measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to conserve length through manipulation, 
How long? 
Learners to place objects of equal length in different orientations and describe them using words such as longer than, shorter than and same as 
Concrete objects JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 8889 
Observe learners carrying out the measurements 



4 
Measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: measure lengths using arbitrary units 
Which object can be used to measure the teachers table? 
Learners in pairs/groups to measure lengths using different objects as arbitrary units and discuss the measurements from the various groups 
Sticks JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 8889 
Observing learners taking measuring 



5 
Measurement 
Mass 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: compare mass of objects directly 
How can you compare the mas of two or more objects? 
Learners in pairs/groups use safe objects to identify those heavier than, lighter than or same 
Real objects within the class JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Book 1 page 9092 
Observe leaners identifying the heaviness of objects within the class



1011 
END OF TERM ASSESSMENT AND CLOSING 
Mathematics Schemes  Grade 1 Schemes of Work Term 1 2023
Week 
Lesson 
Strand 
Lesson 
Specific Learning Outcomes 
Key Inquiry Questions 
Learning Experiences 
Learning Resources 
Assessment 
Remarks 
1 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to sort and group different objects according same size 
How can we group objects of the same size 
Learners in pairs/groups to collect different types of objects. Learners in pairs/groups to sort objects with the same attributes and group them together. 

Observe how learners collect, sort and group objects. 


2 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to sort and group different objects according to color. 
How can we group items having different colors? 
Learners in pairs/groups to sort objects with same colors and group them together. Learners in groups /pairs collecting and presenting different objects of differentcolors 

Observe how learners collect, sort and group objects of different colors Giving out in class exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to sort and group items according to shape 
How can we group items having different shapes? 
Learners in pairs/groups to collect different types of objects of different shapes. Learners in groups/pairs to sort objects with same shape 

Observe learners collecting and sorting different items



4 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to sort and group items of different sizes 
How can we sort and group items having different sizes? 
Learners in pairs/groups sorting and grouping items of same sizes and grouping them together 

Observe learners collecting, sorting and grouping items according to their shapes 


5 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to; sort and group different items according to their use 
How can we group items according to their use? 
Learners in pairs/groups to collect different types of safe objects Learners in pairs/groups sorting items of the same use and group them together 

Observe learners collecting, sorting and grouping different objects 

2 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to should be able to represent number up to 10 using objects

How do you represent numbers using objects 
Learners in groups/pairs to represent numbers up to 10 using objects. guide learners to fill inthe tables 

Observing the learners sort different items according to shape, size and color. 


3 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to pair and match objects in the environment 
How can we pair and match objects? 
Learners in pairs/groups to play digital games involving sorting and grouping objects according to different attributes 

Giving matching exercise in class Observing learners play the matching games 


4 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to pair and match objects to establish ‘equal to’ ‘more than’ and ‘less than’ and same as 
How do you identify less than? How do you identify ‘more than’? How do you identify ‘same’ 
Learners in groups/pairs to pair and match objects to establish less than and more than Learners in pairs/groups to pair and match objects to establish same as 

In class exercise Observing learners counting objects 


5 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to pair and match objects to establish “one less than” 
How do you identify ‘one less than’? 
Learners in pairs/groups to pair and match objects to establish those ones that are ‘one less than’ 

In class exercise Observation 

3 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to order and sequence objects in ascending order 
What is an ascending order? 
Learners in pairs/groups to order objects according to size from smallest to biggest 

Observing learners ordering items from smallest to biggest 


2 
Number 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: order and sequence objects from the biggest to the smallest (descending order) 
How ca we order objects from the biggest to the smallest 
Learners in pairs/groups to collect objects of different sizes Learners in pairs/groups to order objects according to size from the biggest to smallest 

In class exercise Observing learners doing the ordering of objects from the biggest to the smallest 


3 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: make patterns using real objects 
How do you make patterns? How do you identify patterns? 
Learners in pairs/small groups to identify patterns from any given source Learners in pairs/groups to make patterns using real objects 

Observing learners making patterns Exercise on patterns in groups 


4 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the leaner should be able to recite number names in order up to 50 
How many? 
Learner to recite number names up to 50 Learners in small groups to bring sticks and stones from outside the class for counting 

Counting along with learners Observing learners count objects Oral counting by learners 


5 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent numbers 130 using concrete objects 
How many? 
Learners to represent concreteobjects as well as their body parts 

Observe learners count concrete objects 

4 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: demonstrate through counting that a group in all situations has only one count 
How do you count this? 
Learners to demonstrate that any given group has only one count 

Observe learners count objects of different groups In class exercise



2 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate the use of sorting and grouping items in day to day activities 
How do we sort objects in our environment? 
Learners in pairs/groups to collect and sort litter in the environment and put in various groups according to an attribute of their choice and give reasons for grouping 

Observing learners collecting and sorting litter in the school compound 


3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers 1’s and 2’s. 
How can we count in 1’s and 2’s? 
Learners in pairs/groups to count by 1’s and 2’s up to 10 starting from any point using concrete objects as well as body parts. 

In class exercise Observing learners count objects in 1’s and 2’s 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers 3’s and 4’s. 
How can we count in 3’s and 4’s? 
Learners in pairs/groups to count by 1’s and 2’s up to 10 starting from any point using concrete objects as well as body parts. 

Observing learners counting objects 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers 5’s and 6’s. 
Is it possible to count in 5’s and 6’s? 
Learners to take turns in counting by 5’s and 6’s? Learners in pairs/groups to count by 1’s and 2’s up to 10 starting from any point using concrete objects up to 50 

Observe learners counting body parts and other objects In class exercise 

5 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers and backward from 100 in 10’s, 
How many ways can we count backwards from 100? 
Learners to take turns in counting to 100 Learners to count backwards from 100 to 1


Oral questions



2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers and backward from 100 and forward to 100 
Can we count from 100 to 1? 
Learners in pairs/groups to play games that involve counting up to 100 and back Learners to take turns in counting to 100 Learners to count backwards from 100 to 1 

Counting orally



3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count any concrete object that ranges from 1 to 100 
How many? 
Learners in pairs or small groups to count trees, classes and other concrete objects found outside the class room and inside the class 

Observing learners moving around and counting concrete objects in their groups 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent numbers 150 using concrete objects 
How many do you see? 
Learners to walk around and count any concrete object they can see within the school environment 

Observe learners walking around and counting every concrete object they see 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: identify place value of ones and tens 
How do we identify place values? 
Learners to identify place value of ones and tens Learners in pairs /groups to identify place values of the given numbers by the teacher 



6 
1 
numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify place value of ones and tens 
How do you identify the place value of your age? 
Learners to give the place value of their ages and the ages of their friends 

Oral presentation of place value of ages Writing exercise in class 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers 150 in symbols 
How do we write number 150? 
Learners to recite number 150 in symbols 

Oral recitation of numbers from 150 in symbols Writing exercise of numbers from 150 in class 


3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to Write numbers 110 in words 
How do we write in words? 
Learners to practice writing numbers 110 in words


Writing exercise in class Observe learners as they write numbers in words. 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to Write numbers 110 in words 
How do we write in words? 
Learners to practice writing numbers 110 in words


Writing exercise in class Observe learners as they write numbers in words. 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to Write numbers 110 in words 
How do we write numbers in words? 
Learners in pairs to write down numbers in words in turns and read them out to class 

Writing exercise in class Oral presentation of numbers in words 

7 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 20 
How do we find missing numbers? 
Learners to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 20 

Observing learners identifying missing numbers In class exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 20 
What is the next number in the pattern? 
Learners in pairs /groups to identify the next numbers in the given patterns 

Writing class exercise



3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 20 
How do you find the missing number? 
Learners in groups to find the missing numbers orally by asking each other Learners to identify missing numbers in number pattern up to 20 

In class representation of group work



4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate number patterns by creating and extending patterns during play activities 
How can we create a pattern? 
Learners in pairs/groups to patterns with numbers up to 20 and share with other groups. Learners to play digital games involving whole numbers 

Observe how learners create patterns and share with others and play digital games involving whole numbers 


5 
numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate number patterns by creating and extending patterns during play activities 
How can we get a missing number at a cashier place? 
Learners to role play a cashier in day today life activities such as a cashier counting 5shilling coins 

Observing learners finding out the missing amounts at a cashier’s place 

8 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the leaner should be able to model addition as putting objects together 
How can you add objects? 
Learners in pairs groups to put two groups of objects and count to the total 

Oral questions Observing learners adding objects together 


2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the leaner should be able to model addition as putting objects together 
How many are they together? 
Learners to learners in groups /pairs to model addition using concrete objects 

Oral questions Observing learners putting together different objects they have in class 


3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the leaner should be able to: model addition as putting objects together 
How can we put them together? 
Leaners to put together items on pictures and on charts Learners to identify different objects and them up 

Observe learners add up objects from charts In class exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to model addition as putting objects together 
How many are they altogether? 
Learners to get out in groups /pairs to count the concrete objects outside the class and add them up Learners to play games that involves adding numbers of scores together 

Observe learners moving and adding up objects Oral counting and adding of numbers 


5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: use ‘+’ and ‘=’ signs in writing addition sentences 
How can you use ‘+’ and ‘=’ signs in addition? 
Learners to practices writing the + and = in addition 

Writing exercise involving + and = signs 

9 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: use ‘+’ and ‘=’ signs in writing addition sentences 
How many? 
Learners to use ‘+’ and = signs in writing addition sentences 

In class writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: use ‘+’ and ‘=’ signs in writing addition sentences 
How many? 
Learners to use’+’ and ‘=’ signs in adding different objects within the class 

In class oral presentations Writing exercises 


3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: use ‘+’ and ‘=’ signs in writing addition sentences 
How do you add two singles numbers by skipping a number line? 
Learners to add two single digit numbers by skipping on a number line 

Writing exercises



4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: use ‘+’ and ‘=’ signs in writing addition sentences 
What should be added next? 
Learners to add two single digit numbers by skipping on a number line of numbers adding up to 10 

Writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add 2single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 
How do we add a 1 digit number to another 1 digit number? 
Learners to ad 2digit single numbers using the family of 10 

Inclass exercises 

10 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the substrand, the learner should be able to add 2single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 
In how many ways can we add single digits that add to 10? 
Learners in pairs/groups of not more than 10 to gather themselves and find their total number according to their gender etc. Learners to count and add objects within the class that are not more than ten. 

Observe how learners gather themselves and find their total numbers Oral presentation of objects counted 


2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the substrand, the learner should be able to add 2single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 
How many do we get? 
Learners to add 2single digits by counting on 

Oral exercise [individual] 


3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the substrand, the learner should be able to add 2single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 
How many single digits can be added up to get10? 
Leaners in pairs /groups to come up with single digits that can be added up to get 10 only 




4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: add 3single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 in different contexts 
Which 3 digits do you think we can add to get 10or less than 10? 
Learners to add 3 single digit numbers by counting on 

Writing exercises 


5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: add 3single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 in different contexts 
Which three digits can be added to sum up ten? 
Learners in pairs /groups to identify 3 digits in each group that can be added to get 10 or a number less than 10 

Writing in class exercises 

Class 8 Primary Mathematics  Class 8 Schemes of Work Term 2 2023
WEEK  LESSON  TOPIC  SUBTOPIC  OBJECTIVES  T/L ACTIVITIES  T/L AIDS  REFERENCE  REMARKS 
1  Topics covered in first term  Revisions  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to recall content covered in previous term in preparation for term two work .  Asking and answering questions. Tests and quizzes 
Past exam papers  Marking schemes for past exams  
2 
1  MEASUREMENT 
Percentage Profit and loss  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving percentage profit and loss. 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 134  
2  Percentage Profit and loss  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving percentage profit and loss. 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 136  
3  Bills  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving bills. 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 137  
4  Bills  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving bills. 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 139  
5  Discount  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving discount 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 140  
6  Percentage discount  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving percentage discount 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 141  
7  Commission and percentage  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 142  
3 
1  MEASUREMENT 
Hire purchase  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving hire purchase 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 144  
2  Simple interest  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving simple interest 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 146  
3  Simple interest  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving simple interest 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 148  
4  Compound interest  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving compound interest using simple interest per unit time. 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 152  
5  MEASUREMENT 
Postal charges  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving postal charges(inland) 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 155  
6  Postal charges  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving postal charges(International) 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 158  
7  Postal charges  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving postal charges(parcels) 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 162  
4  1  MEASUREMENT  Postal charges  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving postal charges(money orders) 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 164  
2  Postal charges  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving postal charges(Postal orders) 


Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 166  
3  Postal charges 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving postal charges(Inland telegrams



Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 168  
4  TIME, SPEED AND TEMPERATURE  Time  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving time. 

Clock face Examples in pupils text book 
Primary mathematics: pupils book 8 (2005 new edition) JKF –Pg. 171  
5  Time  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving time. 

Illustrations on chalkboard  Ppls bk. pg. 172  
6  Fares tables  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving fares. 

Illustrations on chalkboard  Ppls bk. pg. 173  
7  Bus time table  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving bus timetables 

Illustrations on chalkboard  Ppls bk. pg. 174  
5  1  Train timetable  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving train timetables 

Timetables in ppls text bk  Ppls bk. pg. 175  
2  Plane timetables  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving plane timetables 

Timetables in ppls text bk  Ppls bk. pg. 177  
3  Speed: Conversion of km/h to m/s  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to convert km/h to m/s 

Chart showing conversions  Ppls bk. pg.178  
4  TIME, SPEED AND TEMPERATURE  Conversion of km/h to m/s  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to convert m/s to km/h 


Ppls bk. pg.180  
5  Speed, time and distance  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving speed, time and distance.  Working out exercises 

Ppls bk. pg.181  
6  Speed, time and distance  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving speed, time and distance.  Working out exercises 

Ppls bk. pg.183  
7  Temperature  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving temperature  Working out exercises 

Ppls bk. pg.184  
6  1  SCALE DRAWING  Reading and interpreting diagrams drawn to scale  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and interpret diagrams drawn to scale.  Reading and interpreting diagrams drawn to scale  Diagrams and illustration on chalkboard Local environment 
Ppls bk. pg.186  
2  ''  ''  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving scale. 

''  Ppls bk. pg.187  
3  ''  Determining and making scale drawing  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to determine and make scale drawings. 

Examples in pupils text bk. chalkboard 
Pimary maths ppls bk. 8 pg. 191  
4 
''

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to draw diagrams using given scale. 

''  ppls bk. pg. 192  
5  Exercises involving scale drawing  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving scale drawing. 

''  ppls bk. pg. 192  
6  ''  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving scale drawing.  Working out exercises  Chalkboard  ppls bk. pg. 186  
7  TEST  ''  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out given revision exercise to reinforce covered content  Working out exercises  Chalkboard  ppls bk. pg. 186  
7  1  RATION AND PROPORTION  Ratio  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving ratio. 

Examples in pupils text book Chalkboard 
ppls bk. pg. 194  
2  ''  Ratio  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving ratio.  Working out exercises  Examples in pupils text book  ppls bk. pg. 195  
3  ''  Ratio  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving ratio.  Working out exercises  Chalkboard  ppls bk. pg. 196  
4  ''  Ratio increasing and decreasing  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving ratio increase and decrease  Working out exercises  Examples in pupils text book  ppls bk. pg. 199  
5  ''  Direct proportion  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving simple direct proportion 

"  ppls bk. pg. 201  
6  "  Direct proportion  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving simple direct proportion 

Examples in pupils text book Cghalkboard 
Pimary maths ppls bk. 8 pg. 203  
7  "  Indirect proportion  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving indirect proportion 

Examples in pupils text book  ppls bk. pg. 204  
8  1  RATION AND PROPORTION  Indirect proportion  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving simple indirect proportion. 

Chalkboard  ppls bk. pg. 204  
2  Direct rroportion  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving direct proportion. 

Examples in pupils text book  ppls bk. pg. 205  
3  Ratio and proportion mixed exercises  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving mixed exercises 

Chalkboard  ppls bk. pg. 205  
4  Averages (i) Mean 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving mean 

Examples in pupils text book Chalkboard 
ppls bk. pg. 207  
5  (ii) The mode  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving mode 

"  ppls bk. pg. 208  
6  (iii) The median  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving median  Working out exercises  "  ppls bk. pg. 209  
7  TABLES AND GRAPHS  (iii) The median  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out problems involving median 


Primary maths ppls bk. 8 Pg 210  
9  1  "  Reading and interpreting information from tables  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read, draw and interpret information given in tables  Working out exercises 

ppls bk. pg. 211  
2  "  Reading and interpreting bar graphs  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read, draw and interpret bar graphs 


ppls bk. pg. 213  
3  "  "  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read, draw and interpret bar graphs 


ppls bk. pg. 214  
4  TABLES AND GRAPHS  Reading and interpreting bar graphs  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and interpret pie charts. 


ppls bk. pg. 215  
5  "  "  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and interpret pie charts. 

"  ppls bk. pg. 218  
6  "  Reading and interpreting line graphs  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and interpret line graphs 

"  ppls bk. pg. 218  
7  "  "  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and interpret line graphs 


Primary maths ppls bk. 8 Pg 223  
10  1  "  "  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and interpret line graphs  " 

ppls bk. pg. 224  
2  "  Travel graphs  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and interpret travel graphs  Reading and interpreting line graphs 

ppls bk. pg. 226  
3  "  "  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and interpret travel graphs  Reading and interpreting line graphs 

ppls bk. pg. 229  
4  "  Travel graphs  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and interpret travel graphs  Reading and interpreting line graphs 

ppls bk. pg. 231  
5  GEOMETRY  Patterns with shapes  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to make geometrical patterns using straight lines.  Reading and interpreting line graphs 

ppls bk. pg. 245  
6  GEOMETRY  Patterns with shapes  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to make patterns using quadlilaterals, triangles and circles.  Making patterns 

Primary maths ppls bk. 8 Pg 246  
7  "  Patterns with shapes  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to make patterns using quadlilaterals, triangles and circles.  Making patterns  "  ppls bk. pg. 247  
11  END TERM TWO EXAMS 
Class 8 Success Mathematics  Class 8 Schemes of Work Term 1 2023
WEEK  LESSON  SUBTOPIC  OBJECTIVES  TEACHER'S ACTIVITIES  LEARNER'S ACTIVITIES  LEARNING/TEACHING RESOURCES  REF  ASSESSMENT  REMARK 
1  REVISION OF STD 7 WORK  
2  1  NUMBERS  Place value 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to




Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg 812 
Written exercise 
2  Total value  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to



place value chart  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg 812 
Filling in the table  
3  Squares of numbers  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out squares of perfect square numbers 


Rectangles, circles, triangles of different sizes and colours 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg13  Written exercise  
4  Squares of numbers  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out squares of perfect square numbers 


Rectangles, circles, triangles of different sizes and colours 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg13  Written exercise  
5  Squares roots of numbers  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out the square root of perfect square numbers 


Rectangles, circles, triangles of different sizes and colours 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg13  Filling in the table  
6  The last digit of a square 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out the last digit of a square 


Rectangles, circles, triangles of different sizes and colours 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg15 
Filling in the table  
7  The last digit of a square 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out the last digit of a square 


Rectangles, circles, triangles of different sizes and colours 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg15 
Filling in the table  
3  1  Square root of perfect squares  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out square root of perfect squares 


Objects like tins, books, bottles, pictures, of different size 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg17  Written exercise  
2  Square root of perfect squares  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out square root of perfect squares 


Objects like tins, books, bottles, pictures, of different size 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg17  Written exercise  
3  Finding square root using prime factorization 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to find square root using prime factorization 


Objects that have smooth or rough texture like wood, paper, glass, soil, mirror, Leaves, etc. 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg17  Working out a problem  
4  Conversion of fraction to decimals  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to fraction to decimals and vice versa 


Chart  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg20  Written exercise  
5  Conversion Of decimals to fractions  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to decimals to fractions 


Chart  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg21  Written exercise  
6  Conversion of fractions to percentages and percentages to fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to convert percentage into fraction 


Place value chart  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg23  Written exercise  
7  Conversion of decimals to percentages and percentages to fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to convert percentage into fraction 


Place value chart  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg26  Working out a problem  
4  1  OPERATION OF WHOLE NUMBERS  Addition  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to subtract whole numbers by whole numbers correctly 


Multiplication table  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg29  Written exercise 
2  Subtraction  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to subtract whole numbers by whole numbers correctly 


Multiplication table  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg36  Filling in the table  
3  Multiplication  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to subtract whole numbers by whole numbers correctly 


Multiplication table  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg38  Working out a problem  
1  Division  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to divide whole numbers by up to 3digit numbers 


Multiplication table  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg39  Written exercise  
2  Combined operation  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to work out problems involving combined operation in whole numbers 


Multiplication table  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg41  Filling in the table  
3  Operation on decimals  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to work out problems involving decimals 


Multiplication table  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg43  Filling in the table  
4  Addition and subtraction  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to work out addition and subtraction of whole numbers 


Multiplication table  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg43  Working out a problem  
5  Combined operation on decimals  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to work out problems involving combined operation in decimals 


Multiplication table  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg45  Filling in the table  
6  Percentage increase and decrease  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to work out percentage increase and decrease 


Multiplication table  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg48  Written exercise  
7  Number sequence  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to recognize and identify number sequence involving whole numbers 


Multiplication table  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg51  Working out a problem  
5  1  MEASUREMENT  Length  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to work out problems involving units of length 


Metre rule  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg53  Working out a problem 
2  Length  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to work out problems involving units of length 


Metre rule  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg53  Working out a problem  
3  Perimeter  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to work out perimeter of various figures 


Metre rule  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg59  Written exercise  
4  Perimeter  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to work out perimeter of various figures 


Metre rule Mathematical set 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg59  Written exercise  
5  Circumference  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to work out circumference of given figures 


Metre rule Mathematical set 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg59  Written exercise  
6  Circumference  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to work out circumference of given figures 


Metre rule Mathematical set 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg59  Written exercise  
7  MEASUREMENT  Area of triangles  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to work out area of various triangles 


Metre rule Mathematical set 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg67  Written exercise  
6  1  Area of triangles  By the end of this topic, the pupils should be able to work out area of various triangles 


Metre rule Mathematical set 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg67  Written exercise  
2  The area of combined shapes  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out area of combines chapes 


Metre rule Mathematical set 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg71  Working out a problem  
3  Area of borders  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out area of borders 


Metre rule Mathematical set 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg76  Written exercise  
4  Surface area of cubes  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out area of cubes 


Metre rule Mathematical set 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg80  Written exercise  
5  Surface area of cuboids  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out area of cuboids 


Metre rule Mathematical set 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg80  Written exercise  
6  Surface area of cylinders  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out area of cylinders 


Metre rule Mathematical set 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg80  Written exercise  
7  Surface area of cylinders  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out area of ,cylinders 


Metre rule Mathematical set 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg80  Written exercise  
7  HALF TERM  
8  1  MIXED EXERCISES  Exercise 1  Mixed exercise 1/ revision of the exercise  
9  1  MEASUREMENT  Volume(cubes)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out volume of cubes 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg91  Written exercise 
2  Volume (cuboids)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out volume of cuboids 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg91  Written exercise  
3  Volume(cylinders)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out volume of cylinders 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg91  Written exercise  
4  Volume(cylinders)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out volume of cylinders 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg91  Written exercise  
5  Volume(triangular prisms)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out volume of triangular prisms 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg92  Written exercise  
6  Volume(triangular prisms)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out volume of triangular prisms 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg92  Written exercise  
7  MEASUREMENT  Capacity (cubes)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out capacity of cubes 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg96  Written exercise  
10  1  Capacity (cubes)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out capacity of cubes 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg96  Written exercise  
2  Capacity (cuboids)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out capacity of cuboids 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg96  Written exercise  
3  Capacity (cuboids)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out capacity of cuboids 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg96  Written exercise  
4  Capacity (cylinders)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out capacity of cylinders 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg96  Written exercise  
5  Capacity (cylinders)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out capacity of cylinders 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg96  Written exercise  
6  Conversion of capacity units and volume  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to convers units of capacity and volume 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg100  Written exercise  
7  Conversion of capacity units and volume  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to convers units of capacity and volume 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg100  Written exercise  
11  1  MEASUREMENT  Mass (conversion of mass)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out convert mass to simpler units 


Metre rule Mathematical set cubes cuboids cylinders 
Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg103  Written exercise 
2  Mass (conversion of mass)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out convert mass to simpler units 


Chalkboard layout  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg103  Written exercise  
3  Mass (conversion of mass)  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out convert mass to simpler units 


Chalkboard layout  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg103  Written exercise  
4  7  MIXED EXERCISES  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to attempt the mixed exercise in their books 


Exercise books  Success Mathematics Pupils Bk 8 Pg106  Written exercise  
12  14  Assessment/ exams/ closing of the school 