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Week 1 Patterns and Algebra Key Ideas

Resources

KI 1 Early Stage 1

GDB Orange 28-29

PAES1.1 Recognise, describe, create and continue repeating patterns

1989 Syllabus 2D2, 2D 4

KI 4 Stage 1

GDB Pink 28, 35 GDB Lime 35

PAS1.1 Create, represent and continue a variety of patterns and supply missing elements

GDB Emerald 18A

1989 Syllabus 2D4

KI 8 Stage 2 PAS2.1 Create, describe and record number patterns using a variety of strategies

GDB Blue 12 GDB Emerald 18A

Sample Units of Work • Beginning to Make Repeating Patterns p.24 • Making Repeating Patterns p.24 • ‘Two’ , ‘Three’ and ‘Four’ Patterns p.24 • Pattern Counting in Twos p.25 • Different ‘Three’ Patterns p.25 • Grouping Patterns p.25 • What’s Wrong with this Pattern? p.26 • Connecting Repeating Patterns with Counting p.26 Sample Units of Work • Counting Patterns p.61 • Frog Jumps p.61 • Relating Repeating Patterns to Number Patterns p.61 • Make a Number Pattern p.62 • Making the Calculator Count p.62 • Counting Monsters p.62 • Finding a Partner p.62 • Exploring Odd and even p.63 • Odd or Even Dots p.63 • Spot the Mistake p.64 • Apple Combinations p.65 Westdale PS Units of Work • Identify and Record Number Patterns p. 2 • Prime Numbers p. 2 • Calendar Patterns p. 2 • House Numbers p. 2 • Apple Picking p. 2 • What’s My Rule p. 2 • Calculator Patterns p. 3 • Jogging p. 3 • Paintings p. 3 • Fleas p.3 • Fibonacci p. 3 • Flies p. 3

DENS Stage 1 • Tagging p.273

DENS Stage 1 • Hundred Chart p.101 • Skip Counting p.227 • Teddy Tummies p.269 • Trucking Teddies p.271 • Hundred Chart p.273 • Kangaroos p.277 • Rolling Groups p.277

DENS Stage 2 • Dizzy Dots p.72 • Teddy Tummies p.92 • People Markers p.94 • Colour an Array p.100 • Self Correcting Arrays p.102 • Counter Grab: Multiplication p.96 • Create an Array p.98 • Tie Roller p.118 • Using Nets p.120 • Friends to 100 p.194 • Collecting Threes p.202 • Rectangle Count Up p.232 • Honey Jumbles p.262 • Self-Correcting Facts p.270

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KI 11 Stage 3 PAS3.1 Build simple geometric patterns involving multiples

GDB Purple 17

Westdale PS Units of Work • Pattern Block Puzzles p. 2 • Painting Cubes p. 2 • Regular Polygons p. 2 • Sticky Puzzles p. 2 • A Sticky Problem p. 2 • Find My Pattern p. 3 • Picking Apples p. 3 • What is Missing p. 3 • Fool a Friend p. 3 • Investigating Patterns p. 3

Stage 4 PAS4.1 Use letters to represent numbers

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Week 1 Length Key Ideas KI 1 Early Stage 1

Resources GDB Orange 9

Sample Units of Work • Who Is Tall, Who Is Short? p.24 • Am I Taller or Shorter p.24 • Short and Long Paths and Towers p.25 • Longer Than, Shorter Than Our String p.25 • Sort Me p.25 • Stand in Order p.28 • Straws in Order p.28 • Cutting Equal Lengths p.29 • Order the Group p.29 • Gorilla Arms p.28

GDB Lime 24

Sample Units of Work • How Big Is Your Foot p.67 • Measuring Cartoon Characters p.67 • Ordering Lengths p.67 • Longer Than but Shorter Than p.67 • Curves p.67 • Body Parts p.67 • How Many Hands? p.67 • Class Standard p.68 • Computer Lines p.68 • Snakes Alive p.68

MES1.1 Identify and describe the attribute of length

KI 4 Stage 1 MS1.1 Use informal units to estimate and measure length and distance by placing informal units end to end without gaps or overlaps

Teaching Measurement ES1 and ST1 • Who Is Tall, Who Is Short? p.24 • Am I Taller or Shorter p.24 • Short and Long Paths and Towers p.25 • Longer Than, Shorter Than Our String p.25 • Sort Me p.25 • Stand in Order p.28 • Straws in Order p.28 • Cutting Equal Lengths p.29 • Order the Group p.29 • Gorilla Arms p.28 Teaching Measurement ES1 and ST1 • Choose My Unit p.32 • Making Lengths p.32 • Alternatives p.33 • Which One? P.33 • Who Has the Biggest Head p.33 • Let’s Compare p.36 • Measure Me p.36 • Does the Tallest Person Have the Longest Feet? p.37 • Are They The Same p.37 • What’s the Trick p.37 • Measure With One Unit p.40 • Who Wins? p.40 • Make a Ruler p.41 • Make a Decimetre p.41 • Straw Toss p.41 • What’s the Difference? p.44 • Body Parts p.44 • Towering Metres p.45 • Ready, Set Go p.44 • Snakes Alive p.44

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KI 7 Stage 2 MS2.1 Estimate, measure, compare and record lengths and distances using metres, centimetres and millimetres

Sample Units of Work • How Many Centimetres in a Metre? p.106 • Investigating Perimeters p.106 • Perimeter Match p.106 • Millimetres p.106 • Perimeters p.106 • Worms p.106 • Measuring p.107 • Measuring Devices p.107 • Perimeter of 20 Centimetres p.107 • Distances Around the School p.107 • Measuring Using centimetres and Metres p.108 • Estimations p.108 • Less Than 30 Centimetres p.108 • Rectangular Dimensions p.108 • Find the Length p.108

Teaching Measurement St2 and ST3 • Concertina Metre p.24 • Towering metres p.24 • The Human Tape Measure p.25 • Rolling Metres p.25 • Ready, Set, Go p.25 • How to Use a Ruler p.28 • Any Three Items p.28 • Draw it to Fit p.29 • Measure and Design p.29 • Bottle Measures p.29 • Trundle Wheels p.32 • Introduction to Perimeter p.32 • Shapes to Order p.33 • Room for Elbows p.33 • Cut in Half p.33 • Body Parts p.36 • String Triangles p.36 • Kathys and Kyles p.37 • Centimetres, Centimetres, Centimetres p.37 • Make an Envelope p.37 GDB Emerald 12, 14

KI 11 Stage 3 MS3.1 Select and use the appropriate unit and device to measure length, distances and perimeters.

Sample Units of Work • Less Than, More Than, About the Same p.138 • Coming to School p.138 • Converting between millimetres, Centimetres and Metres p.138 • Appropriate Measure p.138 • Fun Run p.138 • Kilometres per Hour p.138 • Tyres p.138 • Perimeter p.138 • Measuring Perimeter p.139 • Adding Lengths p.139 • Metre, Centimetre, Millimetre Race p.139

Teaching Measurement ST2 and ST 3 • How Far is a Kilometre? p.40 • Over the Horizon p.40 • How Long? P.41 • Introduce Scale p.41 • Finding Detail p.41 • Design a Cross Country Track p.44 • Walk For One Kilometre p.44 • Marathon p.45 • Mystery Flight p.45 Plan a Trip p.45

Stage 4 MS4.1 Describe the accuracy of measuring instruments

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Week 2 Patterns and Algebra Key Ideas KI 1 Early Stage 1

Resources 1989 Syllabus 2D2, 2D 4

PAEA1.1 Recognise, describe, create and continue repeating patterns

KI 4 Stage 1 PAS1.1 Create, represent and continue a variety of patterns and supply missing elements

GDB Lime 26 GDB Pink 35 1989 Syllabus 2D4

Sample Units of Work • Beginning to Make Repeating Patterns p.24 • Making Repeating Patterns p.24 • ‘Two’ , ‘Three’ and ‘Four’ Patterns p.24 • Pattern Counting in Twos p.25 • Different ‘Three’ Patterns p.25 • Grouping Patterns p.25 • What’s Wrong with this Pattern? p.26 • Connecting Repeating Patterns with Counting p.26 Sample Units of Work • Counting Patterns p.61 • Frog Jumps p.61 • Relating Repeating Patterns to Number Patterns p.61 • Make a Number Pattern p.62 • Making the Calculator Count p.62 • Counting Monsters p.62 • Finding a Partner p.62 • Exploring Odd and even p.63 • Odd or Even Dots p.63 • Spot the Mistake p.64 • Apple Combinations p.65

DENS Stage 1 • Tagging p.273

DENS Stage 1 • Hundred Chart p.101 • Skip Counting p.227 • Teddy Tummies p.269 • Trucking Teddies p.271 • Hundred Chart p.273 • Kangaroos p.277 • Rolling Groups p.277

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Westdale PS Units of Work • Identify and Record Number Patterns p. 2 • Prime Numbers p. 2 • Calendar Patterns p. 2 • House Numbers p. 2 • Apple Picking p. 2 • What’s My Rule p. 2 • Calculator Patterns p. 3 • Jogging p. 3 • Paintings p. 3 • Fleas p.3 • Fibonacci p. 3 • Flies p. 3

KI 8 Stage 2 PAS2.1 Create, describe and record number patterns using a variety of strategies

KI 12 Stage 3 PAS3.1 Complete a table of values for geometric and number patterns

GDB Blue 45, 24 GDB Emerald 40, 48

DENS Stage 2 • Dizzy Dots p.72 • Teddy Tummies p.92 • People Markers p.94 • Colour an Array p.100 • Self Correcting Arrays p.102 • Counter Grab: Multiplication p.96 • Create an Array p.98 • Tie Roller p.118 • Using Nets p.120 • Friends to 100 p.194 • Collecting Threes p.202 • Rectangle Count Up p.232 • Honey Jumbles p.262 • Self-Correcting Facts p.270

Westdale PS Units of Work • Pattern Block Puzzles p. 2 • Painting Cubes p. 2 • Regular Polygons p. 2 • Sticky Puzzles p. 2 • A Sticky Problem p. 2 • Find My Pattern p. 3 • Picking Apples p. 3 • What is Missing p. 3 • Fool a Friend p. 3 • Investigating Patterns p. 3

Stage 4 PAS4.1 Translate between words and algebraic symbols and between algebraic symbols and words

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Week 2 Length Key Ideas KI 2

Early Stage 1

Resources GDB Lime 24, 6

Teaching Measurement ES1 and ST1 • Who Is Tall, Who Is Short? p.24 • Am I Taller or Shorter p.24 • Short and Long Paths and Towers p.25 • Longer Than, Shorter Than Our String p.25 • Sort Me p.25 • Stand in Order p.28 • Straws in Order p.28 • Cutting Equal Lengths p.29 • Order the Group p.29 • Gorilla Arms p.28

MES1.1 Compare lengths directly by placing objects side by side and aligning the ends

1989 Syllabus Length 2

KI 6 Stage 1

GDB Pink 40, 41 1989 Syllabus Length 8

Sample Units of Work • Snakes Alive p.68 • Hopping p.68 • How Many in a Metre? p.68 • Half a Metre p.68 • Lolly Wrappers p.68 • How Many Ways Can You Make a Metre? p.68 • One Metre p.68

GDB Blue 9 1989 Syllabus

Sample Units of Work • Investigating Perimeters p.106 • Perimeter Match p.106 • Millimetres p.106 • Perimeters p.106 • Perimeter of 20 Centimetres p.107

MS1.1 Recognise the need for metres and use them to estimate and measure length and distance

KI 8 Stage 2 MS2.1 Estimate and measure the perimeter of a 2D shape

Teaching MeasurementStage 2 and Stage 3 • Concertina Metre p.24 • Towering metres p.24 • The Human Tape Measure p.25 • Rolling Metres p.25 • Ready, Set, Go p.25 • How to Use a Ruler p.28 • Any Three Items p.28 • Draw it to Fit p.29 • Measure and Design p.29 • Bottle Measures p.29 • Trundle Wheels p.32 • Introduction to Perimeter p.32 • Shapes to Order p.33 • Room for Elbows p.33 • Cut in Half p.33 • Body Parts p.36

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String Triangles p.36 Kathys and Kyles p.37 Centimetres, Centimetres, Centimetres p.37 Make an Envelope p.37

KI 12 Stage 3 MS3.1 Convert between metres and kilometres

1989 Syllabus Length 12

Sample Units of Work • Less Than, More Than, About the Same p.138 • Coming to School p.138 • Converting between millimetres, Centimetres and Metres p.138 • Appropriate Measure p.138 • Fun Run p.138 • Kilometres per Hour p.138 • Tyres p.138 • Perimeter p.138 • Measuring Perimeter p.139 • Three Decimal Places p.139 • Adding Lengths p.139 • Metre, Centimetre, Millimetre Race p.139

Teaching Measurement ST2 and ST3 • How Far is a Kilometre? p.40 • Over the Horizon p.40 • How Long? P.41 • Introduce Scale p.41 • Finding Detail p.41 • Design a Cross Country Track p.44 • Walk For One Kilometre p.44 • Marathon p.45 • Mystery Flight p.45 • Plan a Trip p.45

Stage 4 MS4.1 Convert between metric units of length

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Week 3 Data Key Ideas KI 1&2 Early Stage 1

Resources 1989 Syllabus Graphs 1-2

Westdale PS Units of Work Picture Graphs p. 2

DES1.1 Collect data about students and their environment Organise actual objects or pictures of the objects into a data display

KI 4,5 &6 Stage 1 DS1.1 Gather and record data using tally marks Display the data using concrete materials and pictorial representations Use objects or pictures as symbols to represent other objects, using one to one correspondence

GDB Orange 35 GDB Pink 34 1989 Syllabus Graphs 3

Westdale PS Units of Work • Birthdays p. 2 • Eye and Hair Colour p.2 • Favourites p. 2 • Footwear p. 2 • Graphs and Tables Around Us p. 2 • Interpreting Data p. • Paper Bag Graph p. 2 • Representing/ Recording Data p. 2 • Smarties p. 2 • Surveys p. 2 • Traffic Surveys p. 2 • Weather p. 2

Problem Solving Through Chance and Data • Find a Dollar! p.6 • Never Ever? p.8 • Likely or Not? p.10 • Heads and Tails p.12 • The Lily Pad Game p.14 • Lucky Six p.16 • Puppy Patting p.18 • Car Colour p.20 • Picture Books p.22 • Smartie p.24 DENS ST1 • Four Dice Tally p. 108 • Hoops and Hats p. 112 Problem Solving Through Chance and Data • Find a Dollar! p.6 • Never Ever? p.8 • Likely or Not? p.10 • Heads and Tails p.12 • The Lily Pad Game p.14 • Lucky Six p.16 • Puppy Patting p.18 • Car Colour p.20 • Picture Books p.22 • Smartie p.24 • DENS ST1 • Four Dice Tally p. 108 • Hoops and Hats p. 112

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KI 8&9 Stage 2

GDB Blue 8

DS2.1 Conduct surveys, classify and organise data using tables. Construct vertical and horizontal column graphs and picture graphs

1989 Syllabus Graphs 4-5

KI 12, 13, &14 Stage 3 DS3.1 Draw picture and column graphs using scales of many to one correspondence. Read and interpret sector (pie) graph Read and interpret graphs with scales of many to one correspondence

Stage 4 DS4.1 Draw, read and interpret graphs (line, sector, travel) tables and charts

GDB Purple 9, 39, 47 1989 Syllabus Graphs 4-5

Westdale PS Units of Work • Picture Graphs from Information in the Print Media/Internet p. 2 • Number Problems p. 2 • Dice Numbers p. 2 • Groups of Ten p. 2 • A Day’s Activities p. 2 • Most Popular TV Shows p. 2 • Pie/Chocolate/Lamington Drive p. 2 • Favourite Drinks p. 2 • Lunch Orders p. 2 • Mystery Graph p. 2

Sample Units of Work • Picture Graph p.134 • Temperature p.134 • Populations of Countries p.134 • Sector Graphs p.134 • Alphabet Hunt p.135 • Ups and Downs p.135 • Class Sector Graph p.135 • Secret Data p.135 • Tell Me A Story p.136 • Media Graphs p.136 • Divided Bar Graphs p.136 • Mean p.136 • Survey p.136

DENS ST2 • Graphing With Symbols p. 208 • High Rollers 2 p. 210 • Jelly Bean Pans p. 212 • Fractured Fairy Tales p. 214 • Traffic Tally p. 104 • High Rollers 1 p. 106 • Knotty Problems p. 110 Problem Solving Through Chance and Data • Toss and Total p.26 • Knock Knock p.28 • Heads You Win p.30 • 50/50 – The Even Chance p.32 • Heads and Hats p.34 • Big Feet! p.36 • Home Head Count p.38 • Common Coins p.40 • Rainy Days p.42 • TV Talk p.44 Problem Solving Through Chance and Data • Zero to One p.46 • Three Heads p.48 • Twins p.50 • Three Dice p.52 • Little Lotto p.54 • An Average Kid p.56 • Ups and Downs p.58 • Secret Data p.60 • Sample of The Letter ‘A’ p.62 • Bedtime Sample p.64

1989 Syllabus Graphs 6

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Week 3 Position Key ideas

Resources

KI 1 Early Stage 1

GDB Orange 46-47

SGES1.3 Give and follow simple directions

1989 Syllabus Pos 1, Pois 4

KI 3 Stage 1

1989 Syllabus Pos 3

Sample Units of Work • Model of a Farm p.81 • Memory Model p.81 • Partner left and Right p.81 • Where Am I Going? p.81 • Model From a Photograph or Map p.81 • Model Town p.81 • Find My Special Place p.82 • On the Left, On the Right p.82 • Left Foot, Right Foot p.82 • Moving to the Left or Right p.82 • Left hand, Right Hand p.82 • Spreadsheet Directions p.82

1989 Syllabus Pos5-6

Sample Units of Work • Ice Cube Tray p.117 • Buried Treasure p.117 • Mystery Location p.117 • Body Turns p.117 • Positional Concentration p.117 • Bike Track p.117

SGS1.3 Represents the position of objects using models and drawings

KI 5 Stage 2 SGS2.3 Use simple maps and grids to represent position and follow routes

Westdale PS Units of Work • In-Out p.2 • Over, Under and Through p.2 • In Front of, Behind p.2 • Forwards Backwards p.2 • Here, There, Where p.2 • Rolling Races p.2 • Rhymes/Books p.2 • Magazines p.2 • Sequencing p.2 • Search p.3 • Following Instructions p.3 • Line-up p.3 • Digital Photos p.3 • Simple Dances p.3

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KI 8 Stage 3 SGS3.3 Interpret scales on maps and plans

Maps p.118 Using a Compass p.118 Six Times Six Position p.118 A and B p.118 Street Directories p.118 Theatre Plans p.118 Classroom Grids p.119 Turning and Right Angles p.119 Boxes p.119 Construct a Simple Map/ Plan p.119 Sample Units of Work • Coordinates p.155 • The Best Route p.155 • Enlarge Me / Reduce Me p.155 • Paper Rounds p.155 • Spreadsheet Designs p.155 • Distance and Direction p.155 • Degrees and Robots p.155 • Aerial Photo p.156 • Follow my Directions p.156 • House Plans p.156 • Orienteering p.156 • Treasure Island p.156

Stage 4 SGS4.2 Construct parallel and perpendicular lines and determine associated angle properties

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Week 4 Money Key Ideas KI 5 (Whole number) Early Stage 1

Resources Sample Units of Work • Class Shop p. 13

NES1.1 Use the language of money Westdale PS Units of Work • Shop Play p. 3

KI 10 (Whole number) Stage 1 NS1.1 Sort order and count money using face value

KI 9 (F&D) Stage 2

GDB Blue 17, 33, 29, 37

NS2.4 Perform calculations with money

GDB Purple 19

KI 22 (F&D) Stage 3 NS3.4 Apply the four operations to money in real life situations.

GDB Emerald 16

GDB Blue 37 GDB Emerald 16, 21

Sample Units of Work • Thousands p.128 • Fractions to Decimals p.128 • Fractions cards (variation) p.128 • Brainstorm Fractions p.127

Stage 4 NS4.3 Use ratios and rates to solve problems

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Week 4 Position Key Ideas KI 1 Early Stage 1

Resources 1989 Syllabus Pos 1, Pois 4

Westdale PS Units of Work • In-Out p.2 • Over, Under and Through p.2 • In Front of, Behind p.2 • Forwards Backwards p.2 • Here, There, Where p.2 • Rolling Races p.2 • Rhymes/Books p.2 • Magazines p.2 • Sequencing p.2 • Search p.3 • Following Instructions p.3 • Line-up p.3 • Digital Photos p.3 • Simple Dances p.3

1989 Syllabus Pos 3

Sample Units of Work • Model of a Farm p.81 • Memory Model p.81 • Partner left and Right p.81 • Where Am I Going? p.81 • Model From a Photograph or Map p.81 • Model Town p.81 • Find My Special Place p.82 • On the Left, On the Right p.82 • Left Foot, Right Foot p.82 • Moving to the Left or Right p.82 • Left hand, Right Hand p.82 • Spreadsheet Directions p.82

1989 Syllabus Pos5-6

Sample Units of Work • Ice Cube Tray p.117 • Buried Treasure p.117 • Mystery Location p.117 • Body Turns p.117 • Positional Concentration p.117 • Bike Track p.117

SGES1.3 Give and follow simple directions

KI 3 Stage 1 SGS1.3 Represents the position of objects using models and drawings

KI 5 Stage 2 SGS2.3 Use simple maps and grids to represent position and follow routes

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KI 8 Stage 3 SGS3.3 Interpret scales on maps and plans

Maps p.118 Using a Compass p.118 Six Times Six Position p.118 A and B p.118 Street Directories p.118 Theatre Plans p.118 Classroom Grids p.119 Turning and Right Angles p.119 Boxes p.119 Construct a Simple Map/ Plan p.119

Sample Units of Work • Coordinates p.155 • The Best Route p.155 • Enlarge Me / Reduce Me p.155 • Paper Rounds p.155 • Spreadsheet Designs p.155 • Distance and Direction p.155 • Degrees and Robots p.155 • Aerial Photo p.156 • Follow my Directions p.156 • House Plans p.156 • Orienteering p.156 • Treasure Island p.156

Stage 4 SG4.2 Construct parallel and perpendicular lines and determine associated angle properties

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Testing

Week 5

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Week 6 Whole Number Key Ideas KI 4 Early Stage 1

Resources 1989 Syllabus Num 5

Sample Units of Work • Wind up Toy Race p. 13

GDB Blue 2-3 GDB Yellow 32

Sample Units of Work • Three and Four Digit Numbers p.85 • Four-Digit Number Hunt p.85 • Less Than and Greater Than, Numbering p.85 • Wipe out p.85 • Problem Solving and Problem Posing p.85 • How Many Ways p.86 • Calculator p.86 • Higher or Lower p.86 • Rounding p.86 • Estimating How Many p.86

NES1.1 Read and use the ordinal numbers to at least ‘tenth’

KI 9 Stage 1 NS1.1 Read and use the ordinal numbers to at least ‘thirty-first’

KI 13 Stage 2 NS2.1 Use place value to read, represent and order numbers up to four digits

1989 Syllabus Num 12

DENS Stage 2 • Larger Number Wins p.180 • Start With Four p.182 • Bucket Count On: 10’s and 100’s p.184 • Jelly Bean Pans p.212 • Fractured Fairy Tales p.214 • Copy That p.42 • Using Random Patterns p.44 • Matching Ten-Frames p.46 • Count-Off p.62

KI 17 Stage 3 NS3.1 Recognise the location of negative numbers in relation to zero

Stage 4 NS4.1 Investigate groups of positive whole numbers

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Week 6 Mass Key Ideas KI 1 Early Stage 1 MES1.4 Identify and describe the attribute of mass

KI 4 Stage 1

Resources GDB Lime 6 1989 Syllabus Mass 1-2

1989 Syllabus Mass 4-6

MS1.4 Estimate and measure the mass of an object using equal arm balance and appropriate informal units

KI 7 Stage 2 MS2.4 Recognise the need for a formal unit to measure mass

1989 Syllabus Mass 9

Sample Units of Work • Pushing, Pulling and Lifting p.34 • Free Play with an Equal Arm Balance p.34 • Mystery Boxes p.34 • Mystery Bags p.34 • Sorting p.35 Westdale PS Units of Work • One –Many Comparisons p.2 • Observe, Predict, Interpret p.2 • Balance Investigation p.2 • Equal Masses p.2 • Choose the Unit p.2 • Differences in Mass p.2 • Guess, Check and Record p.3 • Match My Mass p.3 • What’s in your Cupboard p.3 • Using an Equal-arm Balance (WM) p.3 • Conservation of Mass p.3

Westdale PS Units of Work • The Kilogram p.2 • Conservation p.2 • Shopping for a Kilogram p.2 • Comparing Kilograms p.2 • Sort It! P.2 • Guessing Competition p.2 • Mass of Objects p.2 • Display p.3 • I Can’t Use That! P.3 • Conservation p.3 • Problem Solving p.3 • Mass Hunt p.3

Teaching Measurement ES1 and ST1 • Two Groups p.118 • Hefting p.118 • Twin Bags p.119 • Blindfold p.119 • Heavy Bag, Light Bag p.119 Teaching Measurement ES1 and ST1 • Make Another Bag p.130 • What Do You Think? p.130 • Make a Balance p.131 • A Cup of Rice p.131 • Does It Balance? P 131 • Which is Heavier p.134 • Heaviest Pencil Case p.134 • Has to be the Same Mass p.135 • Mystery Boxes p.135 • No More Gaps p.135 • Work it Out p.138 • Heavier or Lighter? p.138 • Let’s be Accurate! p.139 • Solve the Mystery p.139 Teaching Measurement ST2 and ST3 • On the Case p.116 • Make a Kilo p.116 • Kilogram Ball p.117 • Treasure Hunt p.117 • Make a Shot Putt p.117 • By the Cupful p.120 • Make 50 Grams p.120 • Massive Model p.121 • Pass the Parcel p.121 • Calibrated Elastic band p.121 • How heavy Are My Books? p.124 • Which Scales p.124 • Toy Story p.125 • Fruit Salad p.125 • Aussies Abroad p.125

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KI 9&10 Stage 3 MS3.4 Recognise the need for tonnes. Convert between kilograms and grams and between kilograms and tonnes

GDB Blue 23, 41 GDB Emerald 13 GDB Yellow 29 Purple 27

Westdale PS Units of Work • A Tonne of Sand p.2 • A tonne of Students p.2 • Cars and Trucks p.2 • Animals/Pets p.2 • Larger Than a kg p.2

Teaching Measurement ST2 and ST3 • Which Unit Would You Use? p.132 • School Bags Full p.132 • How Many Kids to the Elephant p.133 • Largest? p.133 • Cars p.133 • Cool! p.136

1989 Syllabus Mass 14

Stage 4 MS4.1 Apply Pythagoras’ theorem

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Week 7 Addition and Subtraction Key Ideas KI 3 Early Stage 1

Resources 1989 Syllabus Sub 3

Sample Units of Work • Hidden Counters p.18 • Comparing Counters p.18 • Addition Posting Box p.19

DENS 1 • Hidden Counters p.18 • Comparing Counters p.18 • Addition Posting Box p.19

GDB Lime 10-11, 14-15, 47, 38 GDB Pink 23

Sample Units of Work • Adding Counters p.43 • Toss and Add p.43 • Take-away Box Part A p.43 • Make Your Own Calculator Count p.44 • Counting On Cards Part A p.44 • Doubles Bingo p.44 • Teddy Bear Take-away p.44 • Dart Board Additions p.45 • Make 100 p.45 • Add Or Take-away p.45 • Take-away Popsticks p.45 • Two Bags of Popsticks p.45

DENS 1 • Diffy Towers p.119 • Apple Turnover p.121 • Bucket Count On p.157 • Add Two Dice p.163 & 165 • Rabbit Ears p.167 • Doubles p.167 • Doubles Plus One p.167 • Dot Patterns Cards p.167 • Posting Counters p.171 • Two Dice Toss p.171 • Teddy Tummies: Addition • Friends Of Ten p.175 • Fishing Addition p.177 • Using Technology p.179 • Ring That Bell p.181 • How Many Eggs p.183 • Ten Frames p.185 • Subtraction Teddies p.187 • Three Dice Game p.233 • The Beanstalk p.235 • Put In, Take Out p.237 • Combination Trains p.241 • Unit Squares p.243 • Dice Two p.243 • Combination Flip p.243 • Number Balances p.245 • Domino Addition p.245 • Addition Lotto p.247 • Windows p.117 • Five Dice p.247

NES1.2 Compare groups to determine ‘how many more’

KI 6 Stage 1 NS1.2 Develop a range of mental strategies and informal recording methods for addition and subtraction

1989 Syllabus Sub 6

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KI 9 Stage 2 NS2.2 Explain and record methods for adding and subtracting

KI 11 Stage 3 NS3.2 Select and apply appropriate mental, written or calculator strategies for addition and subtraction with counting numbers of any size.

GDB Pink 38 GDB Blue 4, 21

Sample Units of Work

GDB Yellow 21 GDB Blue 14

Westdale PS Units of Work • Strategies p. 2 • Inverse Operations p. 2 • Calculator Race p. 2 • Totals p. 2 • Total Age p. 2 • Country Size p. 2 • Missing Digits p.2 • Calculator Problems p. 2 • Estimate and Check p. 3 • One Million Dollars p. 3 • In the Garden p. 3 • My New Homes p. 3 • Holidays p.3

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Mental Strategies p.88 Recording on Empty Number Lines p.88 Differences on Number Lines p.88 Appropriate Calculations p.88 Base 10 Materials p.88 Linking 3 p.88 Estimating Differences p.88 Trading Games p.89 Take-away Reversals p.89 The Answer Is…..p.89 How Many Days Have You Been Alive? p.89 Which Way Is Best? p.89 Number Cards p.89 Estimating to the Nearest 1000 p.90 Cross-Over p.90 How Much? p.90

DENS 2 • Domino Adding Pairs p.20 • Addition Stars p.26 • Even Stevens p.34 • Engineers Dice p.36 • Fancy Dice p.38 • Counter Play p.40 • Memory of Tens p.52 • Money Problems p.78 • Four Turns to 100 p.80 • Eggsactly p.82 • Cover Strips p.84 • Tracks p.86 • Teeny Tiny Ten Frames p.90 • Ten Frame Flash p.178 • I Have I Want I Need p.186 • The Empty Number Line p.188 • Hundred Chart Challenge p.190 • Addition Challenge p.192 • Friends to 100 p.194 Red or Black p.196

DENS and Sample Units of Work Adapt Stage 2 activities from Sample Units of Work and DENS Stage

1989 Syllabus • Write a Story p.219 • Investigations p.219 • Rounding Off p.219 • Big Numbers p.219 • Calculator Race p.219 • Comparison and Adding On p.235 • The Abacus p.235

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Stage 4 NS4.2 Simplify expressions involving grouping symbols and apply order of operations

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Week 7 2D Space Key Ideas KI 3 Early Stage 1 SGES1.2 Represent 2D shapes using a variety of material

KI 9 Stage 1 SGS1.2 Identify corners as angles

Resources 1989 Syllabus 2D1, 2D7

Sample Units of Work • Shape Walk p.38 • Tracing Objects p.38 • Print It p.38 • Lines p.38 • Making Shape Pictures p.38 • Pipe Cleaner Shapes p.39 • Sorting Attribute Blocks p.39 • Sorting And Classifying p.39 • Cutting up Triangles p.39 • Drawing and Describing Shapes p.39 • Geoboards p.40 • Shape and Line Hunt p.40 • Shapes in Different Orientations p.40 • Barrier Shapes p.40 Sample Units of Work • Sorting Shapes p.77 • Making Shapes p.77 • New Shapes From Old Shapes p.77 • Shape Symmetry p.77 • Lines and Shapes in the Environment p.77 • Make a New Shape p.77 • Tessellation p.77 • Corners As Angles p.78 • Geoboards Shapes and Angles p.78 • Barrier Symmetry p.78 • Tessellating Designs on a Computer p.78 • Angle Hunt p.78 • Weaving Lines p.78 • Flags p.78 • Alphabet Symmetry p.79 • Flip, Slide and Turn p.79 • Creating Angles p.79 • Five Piece Puzzle Pictures p.79

Teaching About Angles ST2 • Pattern Blocks p.12 • Windmill Patterns p.14 • Square Corners p.16 • Acute and Obtuse Angles p.18 • Angles in Geometrical Patterns p.20 • Equal Angles • Measuring Pattern Block Angles p.24 • Measuring Angles in the Classroom p.26 • Measuring Body Angles p.28 • Drawing two-line Angles p.30 • Measuring the Angles of Opening of Doors p.32 • Doors That Open in Different Directions p.34 • Measuring Angles of Slopes p.36 • Clocks p.38 • Drawing Two-line and One-line Angles p.40

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KI 15 Stage 2

1989 Syllabus 2D 10

SGS2.2 Recognise openings, slopes and turns as angles

KI 23 Stage 3 SGS3.3 Classify angles as right, acute, obtuse, reflex, straight or a revolution

GDB Yellow 20 GDB Purple 25, 34-35 GDB Emerald 46 1989 Syllabus 2D 19, 2D 22

Westdale PS Units of Work • Perpendicular Lines Art p.2 • Angles in the Environment p.2 • Angles Features p.2 • Naming Angles p.2 • Angle Groups p.2 • Angle Art p.2 • Axes of Symmetry p.2 • Parallel Lines p.2 • Angle Wheel p.2 • Strips p.2 • Making Angles p.2 • Parallel Lines p.3 • Angle Tester p.3 • Parallel Lines in the Environment p.3 • Alphabet p.3 • Straight Lines p.3 • Rotating Lines p.3 Sample Units of Work • Ball Games p.152 • Protractors p. 152 • Measuring Angles in Two-dimensional Shapes p.152 • Kicking a Goal p.152 • Classifying Angles p.153 • Rotating Graphics p.153 • Constructing Angles p.153 • Angling p.153 • Angles in the Environment p.153 • Angles with Invisible Arms p.153 • Angles at Intersecting Lines p.153

Stage 4 SGS4.2 Classify angles and determine angle relationships

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Week 8 Addition and Subtraction Key Ideas KI 4 Early Stage 1 NES1.2 Record addition and subtraction informally

KI 7 Stage 1 NS1.2 Record number sentences using drawings, numerals, symbols and words

Resources GDB Orange 27, 44-45 GDB Lime 14-15, 20 1989 Syllabus Add 1-3 Sub 1-2 GDB Lime 12-13, 16, 21, 22, 39 GDB Pink 30-31, 8 1989 Syllabus Add 2-5 Sub 4-5

Sample Units of Work • Addition Posting Box p.19 • Taking Away Blocks p. 19 • Subtraction Posting Box p.19 • Nim p.19

DENS ST1 • Rabbit’s Ears p.105 & 107 • Paper Dot Plates p.111 • Ten Frames p. 115 • Dot Patterns p.115 Flash Cards p.115

Sample Units of Work • Adding Counters p.43 • Take-away Box Part A p.43 • Two Bags of Popsticks p.45 • Broken Keys p.46

DENS ST1 • Windows p.117 • Diffy Towers p.119 • Apple Turnover p.121 • Bucket Count On p.157 • Add Two Dice p.163 & 165 • Rabbit Ears p.167 • Doubles p.167 • Doubles Plus One p.167 • Dot Patterns Cards p.167 • Posting Counters p.171 • Two Dice Toss p.171 • Teddy Tummies: Addition • Friends Of Ten p.175 • Fishing Addition p.177 • Using Technology p.179 • Ring That Bell p.181 • How Many Eggs p.183 • Ten Frames p.185 • Subtraction Teddies p.187 • Three Dice Game p.233 • The Beanstalk p.235 • Put In, Take Out p.237 • Combination Trains p.241 • Unit Squares p.243 • Dice Two p.243 • Combination Flip p.243 • Number Balances p.245 • Domino Addition p.245 • Addition Lotto p.247 • Five Dice p.247

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KI 10 Stage 2

GDB yellow 19

NS2.2 Use formal written algorithm for addition and subtraction

1989 Syllabus Add 6-8 Sub 9-13

KI 11 Stage 3

GDB Emerald 23 GDB Purple 20

NS3.2 Select and apply appropriate mental, written or calculator strategies for addition and subtraction with counting numbers of any size.

1989 Syllabus Add 9 Sub 14-15

Sample Units of Work • What Went Wrong? p.89 • The Answer Is…..p.89 • Which Way Is Best? p.89 • How Much? p.90 • Missing Digits p.90

Westdale PS Units of Work • Strategies p. 2 • Inverse Operations p. 2 • Calculator Race p. 2 • Totals p. 2 • Total Age p. 2 • Country Size p. 2 • Missing Digits p.2 • Calculator Problems p. 2 • Estimate and Check p. 3 • One Million Dollars p. 3 • In the Garden p. 3 • My New Homes p. 3 • Holidays p.3 • Write a Story p.219 • Investigations p.219 • Rounding Off p.219 • Big Numbers p.219 • Calculator Race p.219 • Comparison and Adding On p.235 • The Abacus p.235

DENS ST2 • Domino Adding Pairs p.20 • Addition Stars p.26 • Even Stevens p.34 • Engineers Dice p.36 • Fancy Dice p.38 • Counter Play p.40 • Memory of Tens p.52 • Money Problems p.78 • Four Turns to 100 p.80 • Eggsactly p.82 • Cover Strips p.84 • Tracks p.86 • Teeny Tiny Ten Frames p.90 • Ten Frame Flash p.178 • I Have I Want I Need p.186 • The Empty Number Line p.188 • Hundred Chart Challenge p.190 • Addition Challenge p.192 • Friends to 100 p.194 • Red or Black p.196 DESN and Sample Units of Work • Adapt Stage 2 activities from Sample Units of Work and DENS Stage 2

Stage 4 NS4.2 Simplify expressions involving grouping

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symbols and apply order of operations

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Week 8 2D Space Key Ideas KI 3 Early Stage 1

Resources 1989 Syllabus 2D1, 2D7

SGES1.2 Represent 2D shapes using a variety of materials

KI 10 Stage 1 SGS1.2 Compare angles by placing one angle on top of another

1989 Syllabus 2D 14

Sample Units of Work • Shape Walk p.38 • Tracing Objects p.38 • Print It p.38 • Lines p.38 • Making Shape Pictures p.38 • Pipe Cleaner Shapes p.39 • Sorting Attribute Blocks p.39 • Sorting And Classifying p.39 • Cutting up Triangles p.39 • Drawing and Describing Shapes p.39 • Geoboards p.40 • Shape and Line Hunt p.40 • Shapes in Different Orientations p.40 • Barrier Shapes p.40 Sample Units of Work • Sorting Shapes p.77 • Making Shapes p.77 • New Shapes From Old Shapes p.77 • Shape Symmetry p.77 • Lines and Shapes in the Environment p.77 • Make a New Shape p.77 • Tessellation p.77 • Corners As Angles p.78 • Geoboards Shapes and Angles p.78 • Barrier Symmetry p.78 • Tessellating Designs on a Computer p.78 • Angle Hunt p.78 • Weaving Lines p.78 • Flags p.78 • Alphabet Symmetry p.79 • Flip, Slide and Turn p.79 • Creating Angles p.79 • Five Piece Puzzle Pictures p.79

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KI 16&17 Stage 2 SGS2.2 Describe angles using everyday language and the term right. Compare angles using informal means

KI 24 Stage 3 SGS3.2 Measure in degrees and construct angles using a protractor

Stage 4 SGS4.2 Construct parallel and perpendicular lines and determine associated angle properties

GDB Pink 43 GDB Yellow 20 GDB Emerald 28

Teaching About Angles ST2 • Pattern Blocks p.12 • Windmill Patterns p.14 • Square Corners p.16 • Acute and Obtuse Angles p.18 • Angles in Geometrical Patterns p.20 • Equal Angles • Measuring Pattern Block Angles p.24 • Measuring Angles in the Classroom p.26 • Measuring Body Angles p.28 • Drawing two-line Angles p.30 • Measuring the Angles of Opening of Doors p.32 • Doors That Open in Different Directions p.34 • Measuring Angles of Slopes p.36 • Clocks p.38 • Drawing Two-line and One-line Angles p.40

1989 Syllabus 2D 16

GDB Purple 35 GDB Emerald 22

Sample Units of Work • Ball Games p.152 • Protractors p. 152 • Measuring Angles in Two-dimensional Shapes p.152 • Kicking a Goal p.152 • Classifying Angles p.153 • Rotating Graphics p.153 • Constructing Angles p.153 • Angling p.153 • Angles in the Environment p.153 • Angles with Invisible Arms p.153 • Angles at Intersecting Lines p.153

1989 Syllabus 2D 19, 2D 22

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Week 9 Multiplication and Division Key Ideas

Resources

KI 1 Early Stage 1

GDB Lime 34

NES1.3 Model equal groups or rows

1989 Syllabus Mult 1

KI 6&7 Stage 1

GDB Pink 16-17 GDB Yellow 10

NS1.3 Model and use strategies for multiplication including arrays, equal groups and repeated addition. Record using drawings, numerals, symbols and words

1989 Syllabus Mult 2-3

Sample Units of Work • Groups of Children p.21 • Sorting Objects p.21 • Groups and Number Cards p.21 • Rows p.21 • Same Number of Groups p.22 • Pasting Rows p.22 • Number Problems p.22 • Farms p.22

DENS ST1 • Handful of Teddies p.24 • Find a Group p.123 • Trains p.123 • Rhythmic Counting p.125 • Body Percussion p.125

Sample Units of Work • Linking Counting to Multiplication p.48 • Making Groups to Count p.48 • Pegging Clothes p.48 • Arrays p.49 • Concert Time p.49 • Handful of Money p.50 • Hidden Groups p.50 • Number Problems p.50 • Popsticks in Cups p.51

DENS ST1 • Arrays p.189 • Guess My Square p.191 • Triangle Teddies p.193 • Turning Arrays p.197 • What’s in a Square p.199 • Dice and Grid Game p.203 • Kangaroos p.277 • Rolling Groups p.277 DENS ST2 • People Markers p.94 • Create an Array p.98 • Colour an Array p.100 • Self Correcting Arrays p.102 • Graphing with Symbols p.208 • High Rollers p.210 • Double Dice Multi p.198 • People Markers p.204 • How Do I Know p.216 • Using Nets p.218 • How Many More p.220 Counting On • Card Capers p.133 • Blobs and Rectangles p.135 • Array Grids p.138 • Activity 1 p.139 • Array Fish p.141 • Arrays p.143 • Calculator Activities p.180

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KI 9 Stage 2

GDB Purple 21

NS2.3 Find multiples and squares of numbers

1989 Syllabus Mult 8

Sample Units of Work • Table Races p.92 • Patterns p.92 • Doubles p.92 • Sequences of Multiples p.93 • Multiples p.93 • Square Numbers p.93 • Reducing Multiples p.94

DENS ST2 • Table Races p.92 • Patterns p.92 • Doubles p.92 • Sequences of Multiples p.93 • Multiples p.93 • Square Numbers p.93 • Reducing Multiples p.94 Counting On • Hundreds Chart p.137 • Arrays p.143 • Multiplication Grids p.157 • Factors from rectangles p.159 • Multiple Relay p.179 • A Trio of Multiples p.179 • Jigsaws p.180

KI 15 Stage 3

GDB Purple 32

Counting On Blobs and Rectangles p.135

NS3.3 Explore prime and composite numbers

KI Stage 4 NS4.1 Use index notation for positive integral indices

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Week 9 Area Key Ideas KI 3 Early Stage 1

Resources 1989 Syllabus Area 3

Sample Units of Work • Ordering Leaves p.28 • Bag of Shapes p.29 • Find a Bigger Area p.29 • Let’s Compare Shapes p.29

1989 Syllabus Area 4

Sample Units of Work • Cover and Count p.70 • Estimate and Check p.70 • Rugs p.70 • Table Tops p.70 • What can it be? p.70 • Estimation p.70 • Shadows p.71 • Stamping p.71 • Roll the Die Twice p.71 • Grid Overlays p.71 • Rectangles p.72 • Patchwork Quilts p.72 • Class Notice Board p.72

MES1.2 Record comparisons informally

KI 6 Stage 1 MS1.2 Record measurements by referring to the number and type of informal units used

KI 8 Stage 2 MS2.2 Estimate, measure, compare and record areas in square centimetres and square metres

GDB Emerald 29 1989 Syllabus Area 8

Sample Units of Work • 100 Square Centimetres p.110 • Geoboard Squares p.110 • Area of 10 Squares p.110 • What Could It Be? p.110 • Estimating Areas of Blob Prints p.111 • Block Letters p.111 • Constructing a Square Metre p.111

Teaching Measurement ES1 and ST1 • Shoe Prints p.58 • Let’s Compare p.58 • Whose Handprint? p.58 • Order the Faces p.58 • Find a Smaller Face p.58 Teaching Measurement ES1 and ST1 • How Will I Cover? p.62 • Which Is Best? p.62 • Make Me! p.63 • Roll the Die Twice p.63 • Cover Up p.63 • Stick Construction p.66 • Which is Larger? p.66 • The Same but Different p.67 • Which is Bigger? p.70 • How Many More? p.70 • Tiling the Bathroom p.71 • How Do I Know? p.71 • Draw the Square p.71 • Large and Small p.74 • Patchwork Quilts p.74 • Hidden Squares p.75 • Chessboard p.75 • Magic Tiles p.75 Teaching Measurement ST2 and ST3 • Make a Square Metre p.54 • Estimate a Square Metre p.54 • Bigfoot p.55 • Designer Squares p.55 • Cut in Halves p.55 • Square Letters p.58 • Hopscotch p.58 • Handball Courts p.59 • Measuring Areas in Playground p.59 • How Much? p.59

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KI 11 Stage 3

GDB Purple 26

MS3.2 Develop formulae in words for finding area of squares, rectangles and triangles

1989 Syllabus Area 10

Cm2 and m2 p.111 Estimation p.112 Direct Comparison p.112 Basketball Court / Play Area p.112 Covering a Square Metre p.112 Investigating Rectangles p.112

Westdale PS Units of Work • Calculating Areas p.3 • Rectangles p.3 • Area of Squares and Rectangles p.3 • Area of Rectangular Prisms p.3 • Area of triangles p.3 • Using scales of maps p.3

Teaching Measurement ST2 and ST3 • Length X Breadth p.62 • Sistine Chapel p.63 • Playground Areas p.63 • Check all Faces p.63 • Yes/No p.63 • Fractured Areas p.66 • Cut and Compare p.66 • Total Area p.67 • Bits and Pieces p.67 • Cutaways p.67

Stage 4 MS4.2 Find the surface area of rectangular and triangular prisms

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Week 10 Multiplication and Division Key Ideas

Resources

KI 2 Early Stage 1 NES1.3 Group and share collections of objects equally

KI 6&7 Stage 1

GDB Pink 32

NS1.3 Model and use strategies for multiplication including arrays, equal groups and repeated addition Record using drawings, numerals, symbols and words

KI 12 Stage 2 NS2.3 Determine factors for a given number

KI 15 Stage 3

GDB Emerald 17 GDB Purple 5 GDB Purple 32

Counting On Blobs and Rectangles p.135

NS3.3 Explore prime and composite numbers

Stage 4 NS4.1 Use index notation for positive integral indices

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Week 10 Area Key Ideas KI 3 Early Stage 1

Resources 1989 Syllabus Area 3

Sample Units of Work • Ordering Leaves p.28 • Bag of Shapes p.29 • Find a Bigger Area p.29 • Let’s Compare Shapes p.29

MS1.2 Record measurements by referring to the number and type of informal units used

1989 Syllabus Area 4

1989 Syllabus Area 8

Sample Units of Work • 100 Square Centimetres p.110 • Geoboard Squares p.110 • Area of 10 Squares p.110 • What Could It Be? p.110 • Estimating Areas of Blob Prints p.111 • Block Letters p.111 • Constructing a Square Metre p.111 • Cm2 and m2 p.111 • Estimation p.112 • Direct Comparison p.112 • Basketball Court / Play Area p.112 • Covering a Square Metre p.112 • Investigating Rectangles p.112

MES1.2 Record comparisons informally

KI 6 Stage 1 MS1.2 Record measurements by referring to the number and type of informal units used

KI 8 Stage 2 MS2.2 Estimate, measure, compare and record areas in square centimetres and square metres

Teaching Measurement ES1 and ST1 • Shoe Prints p.58 • Let’s Compare p.58 • Whose Handprint? p.58 • Order the Faces p.58 • Find a Smaller Face p.58 Sample Units of Work • Cover and Count p.70 • Estimate and Check p.70 • Rugs p.70 • Table Tops p.70 • What can it be? p.70 • Estimation p.70 • Shadows p.71 • Stamping p.71 • Roll the Die Twice p.71 • Grid Overlays p.71 • Rectangles p.72 • Patchwork Quilts p.72 • Class Notice Board p.72 Teaching Measurement ST2 and ST3 • Make a Square Metre p.54 • Estimate a Square Metre p.54 • Bigfoot p.55 • Designer Squares p.55 • Cut in Halves p.55 • Square Letters p.58 • Hopscotch p.58 • Handball Courts p.59 • Measuring Areas in Playground p.59 • How Much? p.59

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1989 Syllabus Area 10

KI 11 Stage 3 MS3.2 Develop formulae in words for finding area of squares, rectangles and triangles

Westdale PS Units of Work • Calculating Areas p.3 • Rectangles p.3 • Area of Squares and Rectangles p.3 • Area of Rectangular Prisms p.3 • Area of triangles p.3 • Using scales of maps p.3

Teaching Measurement ST2 and ST3 • Length X Breadth p.62 • Sistine Chapel p.63 • Playground Areas p.63 • Check all Faces p.63 • Yes/No p.63 • Fractured Areas p.66 • Cut and Compare p.66 • Total Area p.67 • Bits and Pieces p.67 • Cutaways p.67

Stage 4 MS4.2 Find the surface area of rectangular and triangular prisms

Week 11

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Term 2 maths scope and sequence