Red Level maths mastery facts are introduced in Year 1. Ideally most students will master these facts within the year, however provision is made for them to continue to work on them throughout the following years.
For online practice go to our Red Level Symbaloo. You can also ask your child's teacher for some practice materials.
Forwards 100 Count forwards from any number up to 100.
Backwards 100 Count backwards from any number up to 100.
Before and After Say the number before or after a given number up to 99
Ordinals Read and use ordinal names for numbers (1st, 2nd, 3rd) up to 31st.
Coins Recognise and order Australian coins by value
More or Less Compare and order 1 and 2 digit numbers.
Ordering Numbers Arrange non sequential 2-digit numbers in order.
Rounding to 10 Round any number (1-99) to the nearest 10.
Odd or Even Determine whether a number up to 20 is odd or even.
Friends of 10 Recall addition combinations that add to 10.
Friends of 5/6/7 Recall addition combinations that add to 5, 6 and 7
Friends of 8/9 Recall addition combinations that add to 8 and 9.
Fact Families Know all addition and subtraction combinations for numbers 2-20
Skip 2s Count by 2s. Skip 5s Count by 5s, Skip 10s Count by 10s
Halves Share a group of objects or divide a single object into half
Quarters Share a group of objects or divide a single object into quarters.
Months Name and order the months of the year
30 Days has September Know how many days in each month of the year
Seasons Name and order the seasons
Months in a season Know which months are in each season
Analog o'clock Read analog clocks on the hour
Digital o'clock Read digital clocks on the hour
Analog half-hour Read analog clocks on the half hour
Digital half-hour Read digital clocks on the half hour
Week Number of days in a week
3D objects Identify sphere, cylinder, cube and cone
2D shapes Identify circle, square, rectangle, triangle, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, quadrilateral
Lines Identify parallel and vertical lines
Left and Right Use left and right correctly
Tally Able to count using tally marks