To support the concepts of Connection and Form, the students are going to learn the following things:

Fraction

- Compare and order proper fractions within one whole
- Add/subtract like fractions and related fractions within one whole
- Add/subtract proper fractions within one whole (up to 2 different denominators)
- Model improper fractions
- Express an improper fraction as mixed number, and vise versa
- Expressing an improper fraction or mixed number in its simplest form
- Addition and subtraction mixed number (contains like fractions or related fractions)
- Addition and subtraction mixed number (contains proper fractions)
- Find the fraction of a set (the answer is a whole number) by using models
- Find the fraction of a set for measurements (e.g. 10 minutes as a fraction of one hour)
- Solve problems involving fractions

Note: denominator is not exceed 12

Decimals

- Decimal notation and place value (tenths, hundredths, thousandths)
- Identify the values of the digits in a decimal
- Use number line to display decimals
- Compare and ordering decimal numbers
- Convert a decimal to a fraction
- Convert a fraction whose denominator is a factor of 10 or 100 to decimal
- Round off decimals to the nearest: a) whole number, b) 1 decimal place, c) 2 decimal places
- Add or subtract decimal numbers (up to 2 decimal places)
- Perform multiplication of decimals by 1-digit whole number (check reasonableness of answers)
- Perform division of a whole number by a whole number with answer in decimal form
- Perform division of decimals by 1-digit whole number (check reasonableness of answers)
- Solving word problems involving decimals in real life situations
- Round off

Probability (Numerical Notation)

- Doing simple experiment (ex. with coin or dice) and find out the outcomes
- Listing all possibility outcomes from the experiment by using tree diagram, table or systematically ordered pair
- Express the probability of an event using simple fractions
- Compare the probability of two or more events using least likely, less likely, more likely, and most likely.

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