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High interest activities to ensure maths concepts are learnt in a practical and enjoyable way.

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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 469 5

Introduction

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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. The activities in this book have been designed with this in mind. The activities also provide a new version of the 3 R’s: REVISION: Revise the basic concepts. REAL-LIFE: Relate to children’s own experiences. RADICAL : Fun activities and themes, games and new ideas. The tasks in the book fit into the concept areas of Number, Measurement, Space, Chance and Data and Problem Solving.

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. 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.

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Student Outcome Statements are shown at the base of each student activity sheet. These statements are linked to the following curriculum document: 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 Sheet 1 Activity Activity Sheet 1: Add and Go Additional A ctivities Activities ctivity Sheets 2 - 3 Teaching Notes: A Activity Activity Sheet 2: Space Satellites Activity Sheet 3: Space Satellites Teaching Notes: A ctivity Sheets 4 - 12 Activity Activity Sheet 4: Jack-in-the-Box Activity Sheet 5: Gingerbread House Activity Sheet 6: Build a Castle Activity Sheet 7: Two’s Facts Activity Sheet 8: Five’s Facts Activity Sheet 9: Skating Maths Activity Sheet 10: Target the Moon Activity Sheet 11: Giraffe Riddle Activity Sheet 12: What’s on TV? Additional A ctivities Activities Hundreds Chart Teaching Notes: A ctivity Sheets 13 - 16 Activity Activity Sheet 13: Woodland Post Activity Sheet 14: Money Martians Activity Sheet 15: Tuck Shop Activity Sheet 16: Lolly Shop Teaching Notes: A ctivity Sheets 17 - 21 Activity Activity Sheet 17: Pattern Sheet Activity Sheet 18: The Flower Garden Activity Sheet 19: Fill the Fishbowls Activity Sheet 20: Things Change Booklet Activity Sheet 21: Birthday Candle Booklet Teaching Notes: A ctivity Sheets 22 - 26 Activity Activity Sheet 22: Number Dreaming Activity Sheet 23: Magic Circles Activity Sheet 24: Watch Out! Activity Sheet 25: Martian Maths Activity Sheet 26: Times of the Day Teaching Notes: A ctivity Sheets 27 - 28 Activity Activity Sheet 27: Sea Stars Activity Sheet 28: Dinosaur 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 Sheet 1: Add and Go Materials

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Add and Go Activity Sheet 1; blackboard (draw up a grid as on sheet); pencils, coloured pencils; dice.

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Distribute one sheet per child. Select a picture, e.g. train. Teacher throws the die (you may wish to use two dice for older children). Teacher calls out a shape, e.g. star; and the number on the die, e.g. 3 (or for older children the sum of two numbers). All children write the numeral 3 in the space marked with a star. Continue to throw the die calling a shape and number, until the four spaces marked with shapes are filled. Demonstrate on the blackboard also. Children then add across and down the grid. This activity is self-correcting as the corner answer should be true for both sums (across and down).

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Write the number in the correct space when your teacher calls it out.

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Outcome: Number 1.15: Mentally consolidates addition facts for whole numbers up to 6.

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Additional Activities WHAT’S IT WORTH? Materials Blackboard; paper; pencils.

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1. Arrange the numbers 4, 5, 6, 7 so that each line adds up to 14.

4. Arrange the numbers 6, 7, 8, 9 so that each line adds up to 20.

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5. Arrange the numbers 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 so that each line adds up to 18.

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Activity Sheet 3: Space Satellites

2. Arrange the numbers 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 so that each line adds up to 23.

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1. Arrange the numbers from 1 to 9 so that each line adds up to 12.

4. Arrange the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 so that each line adds up to 12.

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5. Arrange the numbers 1 to 9 so that the sum of each row, horizontal, vertical and diagonal, is 15.

Outcome: Number 1.15: Consolidates and practises problem solving skills with addition facts for whole numbers up to 23. Page 8

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Activity Sheets 4 to 12 Activity Sheets 4, 5 and 6: 3-D Models Materials Activity Sheet 4: Jack-in-the-Box Activity Sheet 5: The Gingerbread House Activity Sheet 6: Build a Castle Scissors; glue; coloured pencils/pens.

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Follow the instructions on the sheets to make up one of the 3-D models. Before starting discuss the shapes they are made from. Ask the students to guess what the final shape will look like.

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Activity Sheet 7: Two’s Facts sheet Activity Sheet 8: Five’s Facts sheet Pencils; coloured pencils.

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Use various strategies to revise and practise multiplication facts: Practise skip counting. Use the hundreds chart (Page 24) to show patterns for multiples. Play Buzz. Children count around the class. On the multiple of a given number, children say “buzz” or they are out, e.g. For multiples of 5 counting is “1, 2, 3, 4, buzz, 6, 7, 8, 9, buzz, 11, 12, 13, 14, buzz, etc.” A child who says the wrong number in the number sequence is also out. Children complete activities on selected sheet.

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Skating Maths Target the Moon Giraffe Riddle

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Children complete the selected sheet following the directions given.

Activity Sheet 12: What’s on TV? Materials

What’s on TV? Activity Sheet 12; pencils; rulers; television programme guide.

Teaching Points Discuss favourite TV shows, viewing habits and how a television guide can be used. Work through the sheet as a whole class, revising digital and analogue representations of time for o’clock and half past. Ready-Ed Publications

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Activity Sheet 5: Gingerbread House

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Outcome: Space 2.7a: Constructs a simple 3-D object from a net. Visualises shape from 2-D form.

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Activity Sheet 6: Build a Castle Glue

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Outcome: Number 1.12: Continues number patterns in sequence. Consolidates mental multiplication facts of 5 x tables. Page 14

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Outcome: Number 2.16: Solves written addition sums of whole numbers up to 100 with no regrouping.

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Draw a circle around the fastest spaceship. (The one that has the highest number.)

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Outcome: Number 2.16: Carries out addition and subtraction operations using whole numbers to 100 (no regrouping); Place value: orders numbers from lowest to highest. Page 16

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Outcome: Number 2.14a: Completes simple addition sums of multiples of 10.

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Additional Activities DRAW ME A PICTURE Materials Paper; pencils; coloured pencils.

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Give children a set of 10 verbal instructions for a drawing. Use a variety of positional terms, e.g. Draw hills at the top of the page. Draw a house at the bottom of the page. Draw a sheep in the middle of the page. Draw a large fence around the sheep. Draw a cow inside the fence. Draw a dog outside the fence. Draw two birds flying above the hills. Draw the sun in the top corner of the page. Draw a tree near the house. Draw a cat between the tree and house.

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Sing to the tune: ”Ten Green Bottles Sitting on the Wall“. Continue singing, taking away another monster (number) each time till there are “no green monsters eating bread and jam”. Divide children into pairs or groups of three. One group draws 10 green monsters, another draws 9 green monsters, and so on to zero (no green monsters). Children hold up their picture at the appropriate time during the song. (Continued next page)

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Write the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 on the board. Tell children you have a secret number between 0 and 20 that they have to guess, e.g. 12. If a child says ‘6’, reply with ‘Too small’ and draw a cross under 6 on the board. If a child says ‘19’, reply with ‘Too large’ and draw a cross under 19. Continue till children find the secret number. Use red for numbers which are too small and yellow for numbers which are too large to help identify the secret number. The aim of the game is to find the secret number in the least number of guesses. The child who correctly identifies the secret number has the next turn. Page 20

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Additional Activities NUMBER PATTERNS Materials Hundreds Chart sheet (See Page 24); coloured pencils.

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Additional Activities BINGO Materials Number board; paper and pencils; bucket.

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To practise basic facts to 20, children draw a 9 square grid as above and fill it with any numbers between 1 and 20. Instead of pulling numbers out of a bucket, the teacher gives a basic fact, e.g. 4 + 1, 10 – 1, double 6, 2 more than 5, etc. Ask children for the answer each time. Keep track of the answers so as not to repeat them. Play as for a bingo game, children crossing out the number if they have it, until there is a winner.

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Prepare cards with dots. Play as above but use dots to help children count on.

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Teaching Points Discuss various combinations of stamps to 45 cents. Children complete the sheet as directed.

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Activity Sheet 14: Money Martians Materials

Money Martians Activity Sheet 14; paper; scissors; glue; coins (if available).

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Discuss and demonstrate various coin combinations to 40 cents. Draw various combinations on the board. Ask questions such as: How can you make up 40 cents using the least number of coins? How can you make up 40 cents using 4 coins which are the same? How can you make up 40 cents using 4 coins which are not the same? How can you make up 40 cents using the most coins? Repeat with coin combinations for 60 cents. Complete the sheet.

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Materials Tuck Shop Activity Sheet 15; pencils.

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Discuss favourite foods available at the school tuck shop. Complete the sheet as directed.

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Activity Sheet 14: Money Martians

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Outcome: Number 1.14b: Matches numerical values with coins; recognises that there is more than one way to represent amounts of money.

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Activity Sheet 15: Tuck Shop

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Fill in the tuck shop orders and write the totals.

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Activity Sheet 16: Lolly Shop

Use three different colours - red, green and blue - to make six different lollipops.

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Outcome: Chance and Data 1.12: Depicts all the orders that an item can be painted in a given set of colours.

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Activity Sheets 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 Activity Sheet 17: Pattern Sheet Materials Pattern Sheet Activity Sheet 17; coloured pencils.

Teaching Points Children colour the page to make a pattern.

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Activity Sheet 18: The Flower Garden Materials

The Flower Garden Activity Sheet 18; coloured pencils; scissors; glue.

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Children must follow the instructions carefully to solve the flower garden problem.

Activity Sheet 19: Fill the Fishbowls Materials

Fill the Fishbowls Activity Sheet 19; coloured pencils; scissors; glue.

Teaching Points

© ReadyEdPubl i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Activity Sheet 20: Things Change Booklet

This activity reinforces the concepts of left and right. Read through the instructions with the children carefully. Label the fishbowls as left or right before completing the sheet.

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Things Change Booklet Activity Sheet 20 or Birthday Candle Booklet Activity Sheet 21; scissors; pencil; coloured pencils.

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These booklets are easy to make and read. They reinforce concepts about size and how things change.

How to Construct

1. Cut along the bold line at the top and bottom of the page. 2. Fold in the order written on the dotted lines. 3. Children can do the activity and colour the picture on each page.

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Activity Sheet 17: Pattern Sheet

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Outcome: Space 1.10: Uses colour to identify patterns in 2-D shapes.

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Activity Sheet 18: The Flower Garden

Cut and glue according to the directions below. Plant the flowers like this. Plant the sunflowers in the middle of the triangle. The marigolds are to the right of the sunflowers. The roses are not to the left of the sunflowers.

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Activity Sheet 19: Fill the Fishbowls

Follow the instructions to fill the fishbowls. 4. Put the shell in the left bowl. 5. Put the tadpoles in the right bowl. 6. Put the snail in the left bowl.

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Outcome: Space 1.8: Follows instructions using everyday language (describing position and movement).

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Activity Sheet 20: Things Change Booklet

2. Things change. The tiny eggs are now tadpoles.

3. Things change. The tadpoles are growing legs.

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Activity Sheet 21: Birthday Candle Booklet

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Oh no! I’m melting.

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Outcome: Space 1.10: Recognises that certain objects can decrease in size and number.

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Activity Sheets 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26 Activity Sheet 22: Number Dreaming Materials Number Dreaming Activity Sheet 22; pencils; coloured pencils.

Teaching Points Children complete the number patterns.

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Activity Sheet 23: Magic Circles Materials

Magic Circles Activity Sheet 23; ruler; pencil; coloured pencils. Children join the dots to make various polygons.

Activity Sheet 24: Watch Out! Materials

Watch Out! Activity Sheet 24; coloured pencils.

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Discuss and name some of the dangers out at sea or at the beach. Children count and show numbers on the graph.

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Martian Maths Activity Sheet 25; pencils; coloured pencils.

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Children write the fact families for each page. The first one is already done.

Activity Sheet 26: Times of the Day Materials

Times of the Day Activity Sheet 26; coloured pencils.

Teaching Points Discuss the sorts of things children do during different times of the day. Compare daytime and night-time activities. Children draw pictures in the various parts of the circle. Fold to the centre. Page 36

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Activity Sheet 22: Number Dreaming

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Outcome:Number 2.11: Counts on in order and represents whole numbers from different starting points.

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Name:________________

Activity Sheet 23: Magic Circles

Join the dots and colour in the shape. Use a ruler. How many sides? _________

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Activity Sheet 24: Watch Out!

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Outcome: Chance and Data 2.26: Gathers data by counting and displays results in graph form.

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Outcome: Number 2.13: Consolidates addition and subtraction facts of whole numbers. Explores relationships between numbers, completing simple statements of equality.

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Activity Sheet 26: Times of the Day

Draw what you do at different times of the day. Write the time on the outside of the triangles also.

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Outcome: Measurement 2.21: Identifies activities and routines that are carried out over a 24-hour period.

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Activity Sheets 27 and 28 Activity Sheet 27: Sea Stars Materials Sea Stars Activity Sheet 27; coloured pencils; scissors; glue.

Teaching Points Discuss order and size of the sea stars. Label 1st to 5th from largest to smallest. Cut and glue as directed.

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Children complete the subtraction facts and colour in the dinosaurs.

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Activity Sheet 27: Sea Stars

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Colour and cut out the stars. Write 1st to 5th on the stars. Put some glue in thecentre of each star and glue one on top of the other from largest to smallest.

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Outcomes: Number: 1.11: Uses ordinal number (1st to 5th). Space 1.9: Orders a sets of 2-D shapes according to size.

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Activity Sheet 28: Dinosaur Maths

Solve the subtractions and colour the picture.

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