# Year 5 Monitoring map * Numeracy ```Year 5 Monitoring map — Numeracy
i.
Read, write, and order whole numbers to a
million
ii.
Select and apply mental strategies and
written procedures with and without
technologies. Justify the method/s used
iii.
Recall and describe factors and multiples of
whole numbers
iv.
Represent and solve problems involving:
 multiplication of at least four-digit
numbers by one- or two-digit numbers
 division by single-digit whole numbers,
including those that result in a remainder
vi.
Check the reasonableness of solutions,
using strategies such as estimation and
rounding
Create simple financial plans comparing
savings with expenditure
FDPR 5
i.
iii.
Describe, continue and create patterns with
fractions, decimals and whole numbers
Identify the pattern of change in situations,
e.g. where one part is directly proportional to
another part by a constant factor
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Use equivalent number sentences involving
multiplication and division to find unknown
quantities
Using spatial reasoning
Recognising and using patterns and
relationships
ii.
Locate, compare, order and represent:
 unit fractions up to tenths, improper
fractions, mixed numbers and fraction
equivalents using different
representations,
e.g. 6 is equivalent to 3 and to 0.75; or
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2 2 = 2 1 = 2.5
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decimals to hundredths and beyond
hundredths identifying the pattern of
place value
combinations of whole numbers and
decimals
ii.
Describe strategies to solve problems
fractions with the same denominator
iii.
Represent and solve problems involving
addition and subtraction of fractions with the
same denominator
SI 5
T1 T2 T3 T4
i.
List outcomes of chance experiments
involving equally likely outcomes and
assign numerical values to represent
probabilities, e.g. fractions and key
percentages, recognising that probabilities
range from 0 to 1
ii.
Represent and interpret data by:
 posing questions and collecting
categorical or numerical data by
observation or survey
 constructing column graphs, dot plots
and tables, appropriate for the data type,
with and without technologies, and
justifying the choice of representation
 comparing different data sets and
identifying patterns and trends
i.
Record measurements using decimal
representations and the metric system,
choosing appropriate units of measurement
for length, mass, capacity and temperature
ii.
Calculate the perimeter and area of
rectangles using familiar metric units
iii.
Compare and convert between 12- and 24hour time systems
M5
SR 5
PR 5
i.
T1 T2 T3 T4
Interpreting and drawing conclusions
from statistical information
T1 T2 T3 T4
Using fractions, decimals, percentages,
ratios and rates
Calculating and estimating
CE 5
v.
In Year 5, students:
In Year 5, students:
i.
Identify nets and other 2-D representations
of 3-D objects including prisms and
pyramids
ii.
Enlarge familiar 2-D shapes and compare
the properties of the resulting image with the
original
iii.
Estimate, measure, compare and construct
angles using degrees
iv.
Describe routes using landmarks and the
eight compass points
v.
Use alphanumeric grids to describe
locations. Give and follow directions using
landmarks and directional language
vi.
Describe translations, reflections and
rotations of 2-D shapes, and identify line
and rotational symmetry
Using measurement
In Year 5, students:
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