 # CBSE Syllabus for Class 1 Maths 2021-22

Maths is an interesting subject for Class 1 students as they get to learn the starting concepts of Mathematics in a fun and innovative way. The Class 1 CBSE syllabus of Maths covers chapters such as shapes, addition, subtraction, etc. which is prepared by the CBSE Board. CBSE Class 1 Maths is all about learning the concepts of Mathematics in a simple way.

Have a look at the CBSE Syllabus of Class 1 Maths below:

### Geometry (10 hrs.)

#### a) Shapes and Spatial Understanding

Develops and uses vocabulary of spatial relationship (Top, Bottom, On, Under, Inside, Outside, Above, Below, Near, Far, Before, After)

#### b) Solids Around Us

• Collects objects from the surroundings having different sizes and shapes like pebbles, boxes, balls, cones, pipes,
etc.
• Sorts, Classifies and describes the objects on the basis of shapes, and other observable properties.
• Observes and describes the way shapes affect movements like rolling and sliding.
• Sorts 2 – D shapes such as flat objects made of card etc.

### Numbers (46 hrs.)

#### a) Developing a sense of Numberness, Counting and Operations of Numbers 1-9 and Zero

• Observes object and makes collections of objects.
• Arranges the collection of objects in order by
– Matching and
– One to one correspondence
• Counts the number of objects in a collection.
• Makes collection of objects corresponding to a specific number.
• Recognises and speaks numbers from 1 to 9.
• Uses numbers from 1 to 9 in counting and comparison. (Real objects and repeated events like clapping to be used for counting)
• Reads and writes numerals from 1 to 9.
• Adds and subtracts using real objects and pictures.
• Adds and subtracts the numbers using symbols ‘+’ and ‘-’.
• Approaches zero through the subtraction pattern (such as 3 – 1 = 2, 3 – 2 = 1, 3 – 3 = 0).

#### b) Numbers from (10 – 20)

• Forms Number sequence from 10 to 20.
• Counts objects using these numbers.
• Groups objects into a group of 10s and single objects.
• Develops the vocabulary of group of ‘tens’ and ‘ones’.
• Shows the group of tens and ones by drawing.
• Counts the number of tens and ones in a given number.
• Writes the numerals for eleven to nineteen.
• Writes numerals for ten and twenty.
• Compares numbers upto 20.

#### c) Addition And Subtraction (Upto 20)

Adds and subtracts numbers upto 20.

#### d) Numbers from 21 – 99

• Writes numerals for Twenty-one to Ninety nine. Groups objects into tens and ones.
• Draws representation for groups of ten and ones.
• Groups a number orally into tens and ones.

#### e) Mental Arithmetic

Adds two single digit numbers mentally.

### Money (3 hrs.)

a) Identifies common currency notes and coins.

b) Puts together small amounts of money.

### Measurement (13 hrs.)

#### a) Length

• Distinguishes between near, far, thin, thick, longer/taller, shorter, high, low.
• Seriates objects by comparing their length.
• Measures short lengths in terms of non-uniform units (in the context of games e.g. ‘Gilli Danda’ and ‘marblegames’).
• Estimates distance and length, and verifies using nonuniform units (e.g. hand span etc.)

#### b) Weight

Compares between heavy and light objects.

#### c) Time

• Distinguishes between events occurring in time using terms -earlier and later.
• Gets the qualitative feel of long & short duration, of school days v/s holidays.
• Narrates the sequence of events in a day.

### Data Handling (6 hrs.)

Collects, represents and interprets simple data such as measuring the arm length or circumference of the head using a paper strip.

### Patterns (10 hrs.)

• Describes sequences of simple patterns found in shapes in the surroundings and in numbers, e.g. stamping
activity using fingers and thumb.
• Completes a given sequence of simple patterns found in shapes in the surroundings and in numbers.

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