This program explores the concept of common fractions using a variety of real life situations with an emphasis on halves, thirds and quarters.
This program uses whole numbers to explore the key concepts of multiplication and division including their inverse relationship.
This program explores mental strategies for addition and subtraction using two and three digit whole numbers in a variety of contexts.
This program explores how a number can be looked at as different combinations of numbers (ie. twenty four can be seen as two twelves or twenty and four). We explore contexts where number sense is relevant and useful, and introduce odd, even, prime and composite numbers.
This program focuses on our Hindu-Arabic number system, it's origins and features such as place value, the use of zero and base ten.
The main emphasis in this program is telling time looking at minutes past the hour. Analogue and digital times are compared and we look at time lines, different time zones and real world uses of time such as timetables.
This program explores the history and role of money in our society. We also show money being minted, compare money from around the world and present situations involving simple calculations.
This program looks at collecting organising, presenting and interpreting data. Emphasis is placed on the important role data plays in decision making and students are encouraged to be critical in their analysis of data.
This program develops chance concepts by looking at events of equal and unequal chance. In particular, the program encourages students to consider factors which may influence outcomes in an event before making a prediction.
This program looks at tenths to introduce the concept of decimal fractions. It uses contexts where students are encouraged to become involved in counting up and down by tenths and comparing decimal numbers.
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