# Mathematics Primary 5 (Basic 5)

Last Updated on April 4, 2021 by Alabi M. S.

First Term, Second Term and Third Term

Mathematics

Scheme of Work with Plan Lesson Notes for Primary 5

### SCHEME OF WORK WITH PLAN LESSON NOTES

WEEK 1 – Reading and Write Numerals Up to One Million in Words and Figures (Primary 5)

WEEK 2 – Place Value of Whole and Decimal Numbers (Primary 5)

WEEK 3 – Fractions, Decimals and Percentages (Primary 5)

WEEK 4 – Prime Numbers, Even Numbers, Odd Numbers, LCM and HCF of 2 Digits (Primary 5)

WEEK 5 – Ratio (Primary 5)

WEEK 6 – Addition and Subtraction of Whole Numbers of Three or More Items (Primary 5)

WEEK 7 – Addition and Subtraction of Fractions (Primary 5)

WEEK 8 – Multiplication of Whole Numbers, Decimals Numbers and Fractions

WEEK 9 – Square and Square Root of Whole Numbers

### SCHEME OF WORK WITH PLAN LESSON NOTES

WEEK 2 – Simple Problems on Percentages (Primary 5)

WEEK 3 – Open Sentences (Primary 5)

WEEK 4 – Money – Simple Interest (Primary 5)

WEEK 5 – Money – Commission and Discount (Primary 5)

WEEK 6 – Perimeter of Regular and Irregular Shapes (Primary 5)

WEEK 7 – Area of Triangles (Primary 5)

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### SCHEME OF WORK WITH PLAN LESSON NOTES

WEEK 2 – Plane Shapes – Parallel Lines, Perpendicular Lines, Triangle and Quadrilateral (Primary 5)

WEEK 3 – Plane Shapes – Trapezium, Parallelogram, Kite and Rhombus (Primary 5)

WEEK 4 – Types of Angles (Primary 5)

WEEK 5 – Three (3) Dimensional Shapes (Primary 5) – Cubes, Cuboids and Prisms

WEEK 6 – Circle – Identification of Parts of Circle (Primary 5)

WEEK 7 – Measurement of Height and Distance

WEEK 8 – Binary Number System – Conversion of base 2 to 10 and base 10 to 2 (Primary 5)

WEEK 9 – Addition and Substation Binary Numbers (Primary 5)

WEEK 10 – Everyday Statistics – Range, Mode, Mean, Median, Bar Charts and Pie Chart (Primary 5 and Primary 6)

WEEK 11 –

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