# Year 7 Maths

Year 7 maths covers some introductory concepts such as algebra, fractions, decimals, percentages, integers, angles, equations, and introduction to probability. These concepts are in fact the basics of all math concepts that they are going to learn in their future years. Gaining a deep understanding of these concepts builds a very strong foundation for their math knowledge. Thus, it is important to have the entire year 7 maths curriculum in hand.

## Year 7 Maths - Curriculum

**Year 7 maths** curriculum is prepared for the children to have a basic idea about what they are going to learn in this year. Year 7 maths is mainly focused on angles, equations, and more. Here is a very clear picture of year 7 maths topics along with subtopics.

**Numbers**

- Numbers and numerals
- Solving problems with addition and subtraction
- Solving problems with multiplication and division
- Factors and multiples
- Axioms and arrays
- Squares and square roots
- Positive and negative integers
- Operations on integers
- Order of operations

**Fractions**

- Representation of fractions
- Types of fractions
- Equivalent fractions
- Comparing fractions
- Conversion between mixed numbers and improper fractions
- Add and subtract fractions with the same and different denominators
- Add and subtract simple algebraic fractions

**Geometry - Lines and Angles**

- Constructing and measuring angles
- Sum of angles at a point
- Sum of angles on a straight line
- Vertically opposite angles
- Angles formed by a transversal

**Geometry - Triangles and Quadrilaterals**

- Sum of angles in a triangle
- Pythagoras Theorem
- Sum of angles in a quadrilateral
- Triangles Constructions
- Quadrilaterals Constructions
- Angle problems using the properties of triangles and quadrilaterals

**Geometry - Area and Perimeter of 2D Shapes**

- Describing perimeters
- Finding the area of triangles, rectangles, squares, and parallelograms
- Exploring rectangles

**Number Systems**

- Binary number system
- Writing numbers in different number systems
- Conversion of a number from one system to another

**Ratio, Proportion, and Percentages**

**Algebra**

- Algebraic expressions
- Use and understand algebraic notation
- Solving simple equations
- Sequences

**Probability**

## Key Topics of Year 7 Maths

All the topics of year 7 maths are already mentioned above. But the following are the key concepts that have their continuation even in the further years.

**Lines and angles:** In this topic, the child comes to know the properties of lines and angles. The concept of angles formed by transversal also is included in this topic which involves subtopics such as alternate interior angles, corresponding angles, co-interior angles, and alternate exterior angles. These topics would further help the child to solve tricky problems of triangles and quadrilaterals as well.

**Algebra: **In year 7, the child learns the meaning of a variable and how to write algebraic expressions related to real-life situations. Also, the child starts framing and solving simple algebraic equations. This knowledge is very important for them as solving equations is like the heart of maths.

**Ratios and percentages:** Ratios and percentages are the topics that we come across in our daily lives. Thus, it is really important for the child to learn these and apply them in the real life wherever needed. These topics promote strong basics for solving commercial math-related problems in future.

## Tips for Parents of Year 7 Maths

A year 7 child, being of aged 11 or 12 years, needs pushback from their teachers and/or parents. Here are a few tips for parents to make their child do great in their maths or any other subject.

- Recognize and appreciate their work though it is small/great.
- Do not worry much by yourself as this creates tension in your child's mind.
- Periodically keep asking them about what they have learned from school before you want to teach them something as sometimes the methods they have learned might differ from what you know.
- Do not solve everything by yourselves for them. First, ask them to try and then assist them however it is needed.
- Do not tell them that anything is too hard or too easy.

## FAQs on Year 7 Maths

### What Do You Learn in Year 7 Maths?

The **year 7 maths** is aligned with the following concepts:

- Numbers and Fractions
- Lines and Angles
- Ratios and Percentages
- Triangles and Quadrilaterals
- Areas and Perimeters of 2D shapes
- Expressions and Simple Equations

### What are the Topics of Year 7 Maths?

The important topics of year 7 maths are numbers, fractions, properties of angles, areas, and perimeters, and introduction to algebra. These topics lay a strong base for the child's math learning.

### How Can I help my Year 7 With Maths?

You can help your child's year 7 maths in the following ways:

- Download and give them some worksheets. Keep in mind that the worksheets should vary from basic to advanced level.
- Do not solve the math questions by yourself every time. Let them solve it first. Don't worry if there are mistakes. You can correct them once they are done. You should slowly see a drop in the number of mistakes.
- You can take the help of online tutoring platforms (like Cuemath.com) if you are unable to help them with maths.
- Never tell them that maths is going to be harder from year 7 onwards.

### Is Year 7 Maths Hard?

No, it is not hard. Year 7 maths has essential foundation topics of many math topics such as algebra, percentages, and angles. The key to making these topics easy is to learn from the basics: read the concept, look at the solved examples, and then try solving the questions. Take the help of your parent/teacher wherever required without piling up your doubts.

### Is Algebra in Year 7 Maths?

Yes, algebra is introduced in year 7 where the child starts to see variables and use them to represent different scenarios of real life. Also, they are made to solve simple equations in algebra with a few steps.

### What are Some Tips and Tricks to Solve Year 7 Maths Easily?

To solve year 7 maths easily, first read the concept. Watch relevant videos over the internet if needed. Then start looking at the solved examples and then solve the same examples on your own. Then finally, start solving the exercise questions. Summarize the entire chapter on a sheet of paper and file it. Write the list of all formulas you encounter on a formula sheet and keep revising them. Have a note of the problems that you felt were difficult while solving and keep solving them now and then. By following these tips and tricks you will excel in maths.

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