Each topic is split into smaller skills, and students master these skills by learning and practicing through interactive activities and worksheets. Interactive quizzes are assigned to students at the end of every topic to assess the level of understanding.

- Place Value upto 100 crores
- Number Names upto 100 crores
- Compare Numbers (up to 100 crores and 1 billion)
- Order Numbers (up to 100 crores and 1 billion)
- Form the largest and smallest numbers (up to 100 crores and 1 billion)
- Standard and Expanded Form - upto 1 Billion
- Place Value upto 1 Billion

- Basic Symbols
- Usage of Roman Numerals
- Rules to form Roman Numerals
- Convert Hindu Arabic to Roman numerals
- Convert Roman to Hindu Arabic number system
- Patterns formed by numbers (Extended patterns)
- Sequences in diagrams

- Addition, subtraction of large numbers
- Framing and solving problems from real life contexts involving number operations - Addition, subtraction and multiplication.
- Mixed word problems of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in real life contexts. (not more than two at a time)
- Patterns in number operations

- Simplification using DMAS

- Test for Divisibility by 2
- Test for Divisibility by 3
- Test for Divisibility by 4
- Test for Divisibility by 5
- Test for Divisibility by 6
- Test for Divisibility by 9
- Test for Divisibility by 10
- Prime and Composite Numbers
- Introduction to Factors
- Prime factors by factor tree method
- Prime factors by division method - Numbers less than 1000

- Introduction to Common Factors and GCF
- GCF of two numbers by prime factorization
- GCF of two numbers by long division method - Smaller numbers

- Introduction to Common multiples and LCM
- LCM of three numbers by prime factorization
- LCM of three numbers using common division method
- Word problems of GCF and LCM - I

- Fractions in lowest terms
- Comparing Unlike Fractions
- Converting an improper fraction to a mixed number and vice-versa
- Rounding off fractions

- Adding and Subtracting unlike fractions (when denominator is a multiple)
- Adding unlike fractions - I
- Subtracting unlike fractions - I
- Word Sums on Fraction Addition, Subtraction with Unequal Denominators
- Estimate fraction addition and subtraction

- Multiplying a fraction by a whole number
- Multiplying a whole number by a fraction
- Explain multiplication of fractions as 'of'
- Multiplying two fractions
- Reciprocal of a fraction
- Dividing a number by a fraction
- Dividing a fraction by a number
- Dividing a fraction by a fraction

- Decimal Fractions (upto thousandths)
- Decimals and Measurement units
- Decimals and Currency
- Like and Unlike Decimals
- Compare and order decimal fractions
- Converting Decimals to Fractions and Vice-versa (up to thousandths)
- Rounding off decimals

- Addition of Decimal fractions (up to hundredths)
- Subtraction of Decimal fractions (up to hundredths)
- Multiply decimal number by whole number
- Multiply two decimal numbers
- Rules to multiply decimal fraction by 10,100, 1000
- Dividing a decimal fraction by a whole number
- Divide a whole or a decimal number by 10, 100 or 1000
- Word Problems using decimal operations
- Estimate sum and difference of decimal
- Estimate Multiplication and Division of decimals (upto hundredths)

- Reflection Symmetry
- Rotational Symmetry
- Creating symmetry patterns
- Turn shapes by half and quarter

- Cube nets

- Introduction to Angles
- Angle around a unit circle
- Classify angles
- Measuring angles using a protractor

- Area of irregular shapes
- Perimeter and Area of rectangle
- Perimeter and Area of square
- Area of a triangle - I
- Relationship between Perimeter and Area
- Area and Perimeter of Compound Shapes - I

- Volume of an object
- Comparison of solid volumes
- Relate cube volume to liquid volume

- Seconds, minutes and hours
- Adding and subtracting time in days, hours, minutes and seconds
- Find the starting and ending time

- Read a thermometer
- Conversion - Celsius to Farenheit and vice-versa

- Reading a map

- Horizontal Bar Graph
- Circle Graphs
- Frequency Table

- Introduction to percentage
- Conversion between Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

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