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Written by Mary Serenc and Wendy Harrap. Illustrated by Terry Allen. © Ready-Ed Publications - 2002 Published by Ready-Ed Publications P.O. Box 276 Greenwood WA 6024 Email: info@readyed.com.au Website: www.readyed.com.au COPYRIGHT NOTICE Permission is granted for the purchaser to photocopy sufficient copies for noncommercial educational purposes. However this permission is not transferable and applies only to the purchasing individual or institution. ISBN 1 86397 465 2

Introduction Maths is like a jigsaw puzzle – little bits and pieces of scattered information – some fit together and make sense, some don’t. Often lessons cover a range of topics over the week – a bit of number pattern work on Monday, a bit of measurement on Tuesday, maths facts on Wednesday, and so on. Ideally maths is taught in contextual chunks rather than little bits and is integrated with other subject areas to help children see its value and purpose in everyday life, that is, to see how the pieces fit together.

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The activities in this book have been designed with this in mind. The activities also provide a new version of the 3 R’s: REAL-LIFE:

Relate to children’s own experiences.

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Fun activities and themes, games and new ideas.

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REVISION:

The tasks in the book fit into the concept areas of Number, Measurement and Space.

Teaching Notes

The activity sheets in this book are accompanied by introductory teaching notes which will provide teachers with the information necessary to conduct a successful lesson.

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Also, a number of Additional Activities pages have been included. These provide a range of stimulating ideas and activities which are unaccompanied by a worksheet. In most cases teachers can easily produce their own materials, based on the information provided. Some of the Additional Activities are intended to be used for blackboard activity sessions or in oral learning situations. Note that information for the Additional Activities is enclosed in a box for easy identification. Student Outcome Statements are shown at the base of each student activity sheet. These statements are linked to the following curriculum document:

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Mathematics - a curriculum profile for Australian Schools (1994) ISBN: 1 86366 213 8 This document is published by: Curriculum Corporation, St Nicholas Place, 141 Rathdowne St, Carlton VIC, 3053 www .curriculum.edu.au/catalogue/ www.curriculum.edu.au/catalogue/

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Introduction Teaching Notes: A ctivity Sheets 1 - 4 Activity Activity Sheet 1: Dog and Bone Activity Sheet 2: Dot-to-Dot Activity Sheet 3: Dot-to-Dot Activity Sheet 4: Dot-to-Dot Teaching Notes: A ctivity Sheets 5 - 8 Activity Activity Sheet 5: Maths Facts Template Activity Sheet 6: Maths Facts Template Activity Sheet 7: Maths Facts Revision Activity Sheet 8: Maths Facts Revision Teaching Notes: A ctivity Sheets 9 - 10 Activity Activity Sheet 9: Pirates Activity Sheet 10: Space Aliens Additional A ctivities Activities Activity Sheet 11: Dinosaur Maths Teaching Notes: A ctivity Sheets 12 - 13 Activity Activity Sheet 12: Loch Ness Monster Activity Sheet 13: Mars Attack Teaching Notes: A ctivity Sheets 14 - 17 Activity Activity Sheet 14: Dot Patterns Activity Sheet 15: Dot Patterns Activity Sheet 16: Nature Patterns Activity Sheet 17: Nature Patterns Additional A ctivities Activities Activity Sheet 18: Hundreds Chart Additional A ctivities Activities Teaching Notes: A ctivity Sheets 19 - 23 Activity Activity Sheet 19: Symmetry Activity Sheet 20: Symmetry Activity Sheet 21: Monster Burger Activity Sheet 22: Turtle Maths Activity Sheet 23: Treasure Chest Teaching Notes: A ctivity Sheets 24 - 26 Activity Activity Sheet 24: Treasure Hunt Activity Sheet 25: Picture Purr ... fect Activity Sheet 26: Doubles Facts Teaching Notes: A ctivity Sheet 27 Activity Activity Sheet 27: Numberplate Maths

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Teaching Notes The following notes will give teachers ideas for the use of the relevant page as well as background information to use in other lessons on the class timetable.

Activity Sheets 1, 2, 3 and 4 Activity Sheet 1: Dog and Bone Materials

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Dog and Bone Activity Sheet 1; coloured pencils; scissors; glue.

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Discuss size of objects using terms such as big, bigger, biggest and small, smaller, smallest. Children cut and glue to match the dogs and bones to kennels. 1. Discussion - Discuss various breeds of dogs, their characteristics and how to look after them, for example

Dalmatians • They are friendly and well-mannered but need lots of time and attention or they become destructive. • Their coats are mostly white with round spots in black or brown. • They make good guard dogs or search and rescue dogs. • They are prone to sunburn because of their white colouring.

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2. Puppy Maths - Draw 3 puppies on the blackboard. Ask questions such as: • How many dogs? • How many legs? • How many ears? • How many waggy tails? • How many eyes? Pose problems such as: I see eight little legs running by with four ears flapping. How many dogs is that? Draw them.

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Activity Sheets 2, 3 and 4: Dot-to-Dot activities Materials Dot-to-Dot Activity Sheets 2, 3 and 4; coloured pencils.

Teaching Points Practise counting in 1’s, 2’s, 5’s and 10’s. Follow up with dot-to-dot sheets.

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Activity Sheet 1: Dog and Bone

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3 Cut out each dog and bone. Match the dogs with their kennels and glue them in. Glue their matching bones in front of the kennels.

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Outcome: Space 1.9: Matches, compares and arranges objects according to size and shape.

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Activity Sheets 5, 6, 7 and 8 Activity Sheets 5 and 6: Maths Facts Templates Materials Maths Facts Activity Sheets 5 and 6; blackboard, children’s own books, pencils.

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Activity Sheets 7 and 8: Maths Facts Revision Materials Maths Facts Activity Sheets 7 and 8; coloured pencils. Use sheets as on Instructions. Ready-Ed Publications

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Activity Sheet 5: Maths Facts Template

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Outcome: Number 2.15: Consolidates simple addition and subtraction facts to 20. Applies basic facts to number problems. Page 10

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Outcome: Number 2.15: Consolidates simple addition and subtraction facts to 20. Applies basic facts to number problems.

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Activity Sheet 7: Maths Facts Revision

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Outcome: Number 2.13: Finds the missing number in a set of equations involving addition of whole numbers to 10.

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Activity Sheets 9 and 10: Colour by Number Materials Colour by Number Activity Sheets 9 and 10; pencils; coloured pencils.

Teaching Points Children complete the facts and follow instructions to colour in. Pirate Sheet (Activity 9): Children also complete speech bubbles. Space Alien Sheet (Activity 10): Children also draw an alien on the back.

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Numbers 1 to 10 on cards, a hat or ice-cream container.

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hop; turn around; touch shoulders; clap; stamp; shake your hips; nod your head.

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Activity Sheet 9: Pirates 3 Colour by numbers. Work out the answers to the maths problems below and follow the key to colour the pictures. Write what you think the pirates are saying in the balloons. = = = =

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Outcome: Number 2.14a: Solves addition facts of whole numbers to 20; doubles whole numbers up to 10.

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Activity Sheet 10: Space Aliens

3 Colour by number. Work out the answers to the maths

problems below and follow the key to colour the pictures. Finish the picture in your own colours.

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Outcome: Number 2.14a: Uses subtraction and addition operations to 12. Page 16

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Additional Activities Fold-Up Number Book Materials Sheet of paper per child; pencils; coloured pencils; scissors; glue; wrapping paper or magazines.

Teaching Points Each child folds a sheet of paper in half and in half again to make a booklet of four pages. Number the pages. Give each child a number between 1 and 10, or 10 and 20. Children then complete their booklet as follows: 1st page -

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4th page - Show the number a different way, e.g. for 6: • • • •

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3rd page - Cut out and glue pictures from wrapping paper or magazines to represent their number, e.g. 6 faces or 6 flowers. 3+3 1+1+1+1+1+1 six 5 frogs in the pond. 1 more jumped in. How many frogs?

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One die; blackboard; children’s own exercise books; pencils; bundling sticks or other materials.

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Draw up a 1’s and 10’s column on the board. Teacher rolls die. Select a child to write the number either in the ones or tens column. Roll again. Child writes the number in the remaining column. Ask “What number have we made? How many 10’s? How many 1’s? Let’s make it with bundling sticks.” Continue rolling the die until you have 5 numbers written in the columns. Discuss which is the largest or smallest and why. Children then write the numbers from largest to smallest or vice versa.

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Additional Activities Find The Word Materials Large sheet of “butcher’s paper” per group; scissors; glue; pens; magazines or newspapers.

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Children write the numbers 1 to 10 down the page. Then, working in groups, they find words in magazines with the required number of letters,

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Clear jar or container filled with beads.

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Ask children to guess the number of beads in the jar and write their answers or tell their answers to their neighbour. To count out, tip the beads in the middle of the floor.

Select children to come out one at a time and count objects. Sort into groups of ten.

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• Jars of shells, macaroni, MAB ones, counters, buttons, blocks, lollies. • Bundles of pencils, straws, ice-cream sticks. • Piles of books.

2. Guess how many beads/blocks would fit in the jar. The children count as the teacher drops them in. 3. Show 3 different shaped containers. Use items such as a cup, mug, glass, yoghurt pot or margarine tub. Ask the question, “Which container would hold the most/ least/same and why?” Check to verify.

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Activity Sheet 11: Dinosaur Maths

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Outcome: Number 2.11: Orders and sequences a set of whole numbers from smallest to largest.

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Activity Sheets 12 and 13: Time Activities Activity Sheet 12: The Loch Ness Monster Materials Loch Ness Monster Activity Sheet 12; coloured pencils; scissors; glue.

Teaching Points Follow instructions on the sheet to make a Loch Ness Monster which tells the days of the week.

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Have the days of the week or months of the year written on cards. Hand these out randomly to children. They have to sort themselves into the correct order at the front of the room.

Children colour and cut along dotted lines. Recite months of the year and discuss related seasons (use pictures on flaps). Ask questions such as: • • • •

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Place flaps over the names of the months and lift as they are recited. Leave an open flap for the current month.

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Activity Sheet 12: Loch Ness Monster

3 What to do: 1. Colour both shapes. 2. Cut out both shapes.

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Outcome: Measurement 1.21: Correctly orders and recognises the days of the week.

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1. Colour the shape and the pictures. 2. Cut along the dotted lines of the shape and each flap. 3. Fold down flaps over months. 4. Lift flaps to read the month’s names.

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Outcome: Measurement 1.21: Names and recognises the order of the months of the year; discusses the different seasons that occur throughout the year. Page 22

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Activity Sheets 14, 15, 16 and 17 Activity Sheets 14 and 15: Dot Patterns Materials Dot Pattern Activity Sheets 14 and 15; coloured pencils; counters, blocks, shells, etc. for pattern work.

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Sit the children in a circle. Ask children to show and describe different patterns for numbers to ten (except for 1 and 0) using a variety of materials.

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Nature Pattern Activity Sheets 16 and 17; coloured pencils.

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Follow-up by completing one of the dot pattern sheets where children colour by number.

Discuss and observe straight and curved lines in the classroom and school grounds. Ask children to name animals and plants which have patterns. Discuss:

• Patterns may help camouflage an animal from predators. • Very bright colours can signal that an animal is poisonous to eat. • Some animals have extra spots which look like eyes to scare away enemies.

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Class Pattern Book: Ask each child to draw an object from our natural or man-made environment which shows line patterns, e.g.

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Activity Sheet 14: Dot Patterns

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3 Colour the planes with a 3 dot pattern red. Colour the planes with a 4 dot pattern blue. Colour the planes with a 5 dot pattern green.

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Activity Sheet 15: Dot Patterns

3 Colour by number. 4 = yellow 5 = red 6 = blue

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Activity Sheet 16: Nature Patterns

3 Patterns are all around us. Complete the patterns below.

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Activity Sheet 17: Nature Patterns

3 The zebra’s wavy stripes help it hide on African grasslands.

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Outcome: Space 1.8: Follows instructions for patterns; experiments with straight and curved lines.

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Additional Activities One Minute Madness Materials Class clock, stopwatch or one-minute timer.

Teaching Points To practise estimating one minute, play guess and test. Ask children to guess: How many times can they write their name? How far can James count? How many star jumps can Jess do? How many words starting with “s” can the group write? How many triangles can they draw? Writing a number sequence on the board, e.g. Counting in 2’s, how far will Sally get? • How many times can Tom repeat the phrase, “I’m doing the best I can.“? • How many times can Kelly say the months of the year?

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Play as a game on the blackboard. 1. Choose one child from each group to come to the board as a competitor. 2. Each competitor throws the die and draws the corresponding number of circles. 3. They throw the die again and draw the corresponding number of objects in each circle. 4. Each competitor then describes what they have, e.g. “I have 2 groups of 4 which gives me 8 altogether.” 5. The child with the highest number gets a point for their group. Continue until all children have represented their group and there is an overall winner. Alternatively, play two children at a time with the loser sitting down each time, until you have a winner remaining.

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Additional Activities Think Of A Number Materials Hundreds chart.

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A more difficult example: Think of a number. Remember it. Add 2. Add 10. Take away 5. Add 4. Take away the number you started with. Your answer is 11. Write a long sequence of addition and subtraction examples on the blackboard and ask children to write or tell you the final answer. Use the Hundreds Chart (Activity Sheet 18) or a ruler if the numbers are less than 30.

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Additional Activities Number Treasure Hunt Materials Blackboard; children’s own books and pencils.

Teaching Points Ask children to work in pairs to find the answers to the following as quickly as possible (write up on the blackboard): * Vary according to whatever is in the classroom.

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Ask children to fill their tiny book with pictures of tiny things, e.g. pictures of a spider, ring, ant, baby’s foot, etc. Discuss other words which mean the same as tiny, such as small, little, minute, miniature. Ask children to also find pictures of, or draw, gigantic things to put in the gigantic book, e.g. a skyscraper, a mountain, a space shuttle, a jumbo jet, a giant, etc. Discuss other words which mean the same as gigantic, such as huge, large, enormous, giant. You may wish to have half the class working on the gigantic book and the other half working on the tiny book. The teacher or children may wish to write a caption beneath each picture, e.g. a very small spider/a giant ocean liner. Share books at the end of the activity.

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Activity Sheets 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 Activity Sheet 19 and 20: Symmetry Pictures Materials Face and Cat Activity Sheets 19 and 20; pencils; coloured pencils.

Teaching Points Using the squares as guidelines, children complete the drawing and colour the picture.

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Monster Burger Activity Sheet 21; coloured pencils; scissors; glue.

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Read through the ingredients needed to make the monster burger. Children colour the pictures, then cut out and glue in order.

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1. Children draw the monster for whom the burger was intended. 2. Children make their own recipes for monster burgers, stew, jam, biscuits, soup, etc. 3. Plan a monster birthday party. Design invitations. List food required and decorations. What sorts of games would monsters play and what sorts of gifts would they buy?

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Children count jewels and write numbers in the boxes. Then they complete the bead pattern around the outside. Colour in.

Extension 1. Children can draw a treasure map, e.g. an island where X marks the spot. 2. Make up a class book of jewels. Ask children to name different types of jewellery, e.g. necklaces, earrings, rings, bracelets, brooches, and list names of some precious rocks and gemstones, e.g. diamonds, emeralds, rubies, topaz, gold, sapphires. Ask children to design and draw a piece of jewellery for a king or queen, perhaps even a crown or tiara. Ready-Ed Publications

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Outcome: Space 2.7a: Explores the concept of symmetry; Space 2.10: Makes symmetrical pictures by copying a pattern on a grid.

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Activity Sheet 22: Turtle Maths

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Activity Sheets 24, 25 and 26 Activity Sheet 24: Treasure Hunt Materials Treasure Hunt Activity Sheet 24; one die per pair; 10 counters per pair.

Teaching Points Children can play the game in pairs.

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Activity Sheet 27: Numberplate Maths Materials Numberplate Maths Activity Sheet 27; pencils; coloured pencils.

Teaching Points Ask children if they can remember the number plate of their family car. Write up some of them or make some up. Show children how they can add the numbers to get a total, e.g. BMW 225 is 2+2+5 = 9.

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