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## Gr. 2 Rainbow Maths Book 1  # Gr. 2 Rainbow Mathematics Book 1

Gr. 2 Rainbow Maths Book 1

## Index  Gr. 2 Rainbow Maths Book 1 Index
Me and my family
Counting
Numbers
Sharing and money
Patterns
Shapes
Balls and boxes
Length
Mass
Capacity
Time
Birthday Calendar
Collect and sort
Before, after and between

Numbers 1 – 30
Number lines
Days, weeks and months
Subtraction
Money
Note money
Patterns
Multiplication: × 2
Multiplication: × 5
Multiplication stories
Three-dimensional objects
Order and compare numbers: 1 – 40
Order and compare numbers: 40 – 50

Numbers 40 – 50
Squares, rectangles, triangles and circles
Addition and subtraction up to 20
Addition and subtraction up to 50
Length
Subtraction
Heavy and light
Number patterns: twos
Double
Double up
Containers and capacity
Multiplication: × 3
Number patterns: threes
Multiplication: × 4
Hours

Number patterns: fives
Minutes
Grouping and sharing
Yet more grouping and sharing
Grouping and sharing again
Halves: 1 – 20
Sharing 20 – 50
Data

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## Gr. 1 Rainbow Maths Book 1  # Gr. 1 Rainbow Mathematics Book 1

## Index  Grade 1 Rainbow Maths Book 1 Index
Revision: Tracking and matching
Revision: Sorting colours and tracing patterns
Revision: Colours and patterns
Revision: Sorting and matching shapes
Revision: Find and count
Revision: Positions
Revision: Time
Revision: Shapes, sizes, and colours

One
Two
Three
Length and position
Length
Compare numbers 1 to 3
Four
Add and subtract up to 4
Time
Five
Revise numbers 1 to 5
Subtract from 5 and add up to 5
Add and subtract up to 5
Addition and subtraction 1 to 5
Balls and boxes
Left and right
Direction
Building up and breaking down numbers

Bigger and smaller
Sort objects
Let us share equally
Sharing and grouping
Building objects
Telling time
Six
Seven
Eight
Nine
Full or empty
Ten
Numbers 1 to 10
Capacity and volume
Number 1 to 10
More, equal and less

Collecting and organising
Addition: building and breaking to 10
Doubling and halving
Shapes
More 2-D shapes
Groups of two to 10
Repeated addition of twos up to 10
Patterns: 2 to 20
Groups of three up to 10
Repeated addition of threes to 10
Groups of four up to 10
Repeated addition of fours up to 10
Groups of five up to 10
Repeated addition of fives up to 10
Five patterns to 20
Tens of patterns
Numbers and money

Money and change
More money and change
Shape, orientation and position
Patterns with geometric shapes
2-D shapes and 3-D objects

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## Gr. 9 Rainbow Maths Book 1 # Gr. 9 Rainbow Mathematics Book 1

Gr. 9 Rainbow Maths Book 1

## Index  Gr. 9 Rainbow Maths Book 1 Index
Whole numbers and properties of numbers
Multiples and factors
Exponents
Integers and patterns
Common fractions
Percentages and decimal fractions
Input and output
Algebra
Graphs
Financial mathematics
Geometric figures
Transformations
Geometric objects
Perimeter and area
Volume and surface area
Data
Real numbers, rational numbers and irrational numbers

Factorisation
Ratio, proportion and speed
What is direct proportion?
Indirect proportion
Finances – Budget, Loans and Interest
Finances – Hire Purchase
Finances – Exchange rates
Finances – Commissions and Rentals
Properties of numbers
Addition and subtraction of fractions that include squares, cubes, square roots and cube roots
Multiplication of fractions
Division of fractions
Percentages
Common fractions, decimal fractions and percentages
Addition, subtraction and rounding of decimal fractions
Multiple operations with decimals
Calculate squares, square roots, cubes and cube roots
Exponential form
Laws of exponents: am × an = am+n
Laws of exponents: am ÷ an = am-n
Laws of exponents:am ÷ an = am-n if m<n
Laws of exponents: a0 = 1 and (a × t)n = antn

Application of the law of exponents
Sequences
Geometric and numeric patterns
Addition & subtraction of like terms
The product of a monomial and binomial or trinomial
The product of two binomials
More on the product of two binomials
Divide monomials and binomials
Substitution
Factorise algebraic expressions
Divide a trinomial and polynomial by a monomial
Linear equations that contain fractions
Solve equations of the form: a product of factors equals zero
Construct angles and polygons using a protractor
Using a pair of compasses
Constructing triangles
Regular and irregular polygons
Construct a hexagon
Constructing a pentagon

Constructing an octagon
Interior angles of a triangle
Triangles
Polygons
Similar triangles
Congruent triangles
Lines and angles
Complementary and supplementary angles
Transversals
Pairs of angles
Application of geometric figures and lines
Pythagorean theorem
Perimeter of a square and rectangle, area of a square and rectangle
Area of a triangle
Area of parallelograms and trapeziums
Area of a Rhombus and a kite
Area of a circle

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