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.

- Compare and Order numbers upto 100 billions
- Expanded form and number names for numbers upto 100 billions
- Conversion of place values for numbers upto 100 billions

- Conversion between mm, cm, m and km
- Operations in liters(l) and milliliters(ml)
- Compare volume in different scales, mixed scales, fraction or decimals

- Estimate the result of operation - I
- Estimate Multiplication by most significant place (up to 9999)

- 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)

- Order of operations
- Solve expressions using order of operations

- Properties of factors and multiples
- Introduction to Prime and Composite Numbers
- Prime and Composite Numbers
- Co-prime Numbers, Twin prime Numbers and prime triplets
- Test for Divisibility by 6
- Test for Divisibility by 8
- Test for Divisibility by 9
- Test for Divisibility by 11

- Prime factors by factor tree method
- Introduction to Common Factors and GCF
- GCF of two numbers by prime factorization
- GCF of two numbers by long division method - Larger numbers
- Introduction to Common multiples and LCM
- LCM of three numbers by prime factorization
- LCM of three numbers using common division method
- Relationship between GCF and LCM
- Word Problems on GCF & LCM - II

- Addition properties of whole numbers
- Subtraction properties of whole numbers
- Multiplication properties of whole numbers

- Need for negative numbers
- Negative numbers on number line
- Comparing and Ordering Negative Numbers
- Absolute value of an integer and Opposite Numbers

- Introduction to Addition of Integers
- Addition of Integers on the number line
- Subtraction of Integers
- Practicing Integer Operations (Addition & Subtraction) - I

- Fraction for collection of objects
- Representing simple fractions on the number line
- Mixed and Improper fractions
- Converting an improper fraction to a mixed number and vice-versa
- Equivalent fractions
- Fractions in lowest terms
- Like and Unlike fractions
- Comparing Unlike Fractions

- Addition of Like fractions - I
- Subtraction of Like fractions - I
- Addition and Subtraction of Like fractions - II
- Adding unlike fractions - I
- Adding unlike fractions - II

- Place Value in Decimals
- Compare and order decimal fractions
- Compare and Order length, mass and capacity in whole numbers and decimals
- Converting Decimals to Fractions and Vice-versa (up to thousandths)
- Addition and subtraction of decimals with money
- Word Problems using decimal operations

- Patterns and variables
- Variables, constants and co-efficients

- Introduction to Algebraic expressions
- Terms of an algebraic expression
- Like and Unlike terms
- Evaluation of an algebraic expression
- Equations from statements
- Balance the equation using diagrams

- Introduction to Ratios
- Ratios and Fractions
- Equivalent Ratios
- Simplest form of Ratio
- Ratio to compare objects
- Compare Ratios
- Ratios which are proportional
- Are the ratios proportional?
- Application of Ratios and Proportions
- Identify the value of a single unit

- Point as location on a plane
- Line, Line segment and Ray

- Collinear and Non-collinear Points
- Types of lines

- Measuring angles using a protractor
- Classify angles

- Regular and Irregular Polygons
- Types of triangles based on sides
- Types of triangles based on angles
- Median and Altitude of triangle

- Types of quadrilaterals
- Parts of a Circle

- Properties of 3D shapes like cubes, cuboids, spheres, cylinders and cones
- Prisms and Pyramids

- Lines of symmetry
- Rotational Symmetry
- Creating symmetry patterns
- Tessellation Patterns

- Basic Constructions
- Construct Parallel and Perpendicular lines
- Angle constructions

- Perimeter and Area of rectangle
- Perimeter and Area of square
- Perimeter and Area of Rectangle and Square

- Frequency Table
- Represent using Pictographs - Picto value is more than 1
- Pictograph using full and half
- Represent using Bar Graphs

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