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Number and place

value

Counts to and from 10 000

Weeks 1, 2 and 3
As warm up activities
for the whole term.
Quick assessment
tasks during
observations of
games.
See plastic sleeve
given to each
teacher for
assessment ideas.

Recognises,
represents and
orders numbers to
at least tens of
thousands
Recognises
increasing and
decreasing number
sequences across a
range of numbers
any given number
Identifies unknown
quantities in
number sentences

Number and Algebra


Counts to and from
Counts to and from
1000.
100 and locate
numbers on a number
line.

Counts to and from


20

Counts to and from


10

Applies place values


to partition,
rearranges and
regroups numbers
to at least 10 000 to
assist calculations
and solve problems
Recognises
increasing and
decreasing number
sequences across a
range of numbers

Groups, partition
and rearrange
collections up to
1000 in hundreds,
tens and ones to
facilitate more
efficient counting
Recognises
increasing and
decreasing number
sequences involving
2s, 3s and 5s.

Partitions numbers
using place value.

Makes connections
between number
names, numerals
and quantities up to
10.

Unable to recognise
numbers, names,
numerals and
quantities

Describes number
sequences resulting
from skip counting by
2s, 5s and 10s.

Describes number
sequences resulting
from skip counting
by 2s and 5s

Describes number
sequences resulting
from skip counting
by 2s

Recognises the
connection between
addition and
subtraction and
solves problems
using efficient
strategies

Performs simple
addition and
subtraction
calculations using a
range of strategies.

Carries out simple


additions and
subtractions using
counting strategies.

Represents practical
situations to model
addition and sharing

Unable to carry out


addition and
subtraction

Money and financial


mathematics
Term 3 is where you
will find your data
for this
Fractions and
decimals
Week 9

Chooses appropriate
strategies for
calculations
involving
multiplication and
division
Solves simple
purchasing
problems. Can
calculate change,
adhere to a simple
budget.

Solves problems
using efficient
strategies for
multiplication and
division

Represents
multiplication and
division by grouping
into sets

Uses repeated
addition to solve basic
multiplication
problems

Represents money
values in various
ways and correctly
counts out change
from financial
transactions

Associates
Recognises Australian
collections of
coins according to
Australian coins with their value.
their value.

Recognises common
and equivalent
fraction in familiar
contexts and make
connections
between fraction
and locate fraction
on a number line

Models and
represents unit
fractions 1/2, 1/4 ,
1/3, 1/5

Divides collections
and shapes into
halves, quarters and
eighths

Identifies
representations of one
half

Compares, orders
and makes
correspondences
between collections
and explains
reasoning
Recognises
Australian coins

Groups collections
of numbers but
unable to explain
reasoning

Uses informal
language to
describes fractions
e.g. pieces, parts

Unable to recognise
a collection smaller
than a whole

Unable to recognise
Australian coins

Measurement and Geometry


Using units of
measurement
Look for assessment
from Term 3

Uses scaled
instruments to
measure length,
shapes and objects

Uses metric units for Orders shapes and


length, mass and
objects using
informal units.
capacity

Orders objects based


on lengths and
capacities using
informal units.

Compares objects
using mass, length
and capacity

Has a limited
vocabulary to
compare objects
using mass, length
and capacity.

Converts between
minutes of time and
uses AM and PM
notation. Can
discuss 24 hour
time.

Tells the time to the


nearest minute

Tells time to the half


hour and explain time
durations

Compares and
orders the duration
of events using
everyday language
of time

Unable to tell time


or use everyday
language of time
appropriately

Tells time to the


quarter hour

Shape
Week 9

Location and
transformation
Weeks 4 and 5

Uses a calendar to
find future/past
dates and days from
any given date
without counting
each day
Compares and
describes two
dimensional shapes
that results from
combining and
splitting common
shapes
Makes scaled
models of three
dimensional objects

Uses a calendar to
find future/past
dates and days from
any given date

Uses a calendar to
identify the date
and the months
included in seasons

Describes duration
using months, weeks,
days and hours

Connects events and Names days of the


days of the week
weeks, not
necessarily in order

Compares and
describes an
extended range of
two dimensional
shapes e.g.
hexagon, pentagon
etc
Makes models of
three dimensional
objects

Draws twodimensional shapes

Describes twodimensional shapes

Groups objects
based on common
characteristics and
sort shapes and
objects

Recognises limited
shapes such as
squares and circles

Recognises the
features of threedimensional objects

Describes threedimensional objects

Recognises three
dimensional objects

Unable to recognise
three dimensional
objects

Interprets
information
contained in maps

Matches positions
on a map with given
information

Interprets simple
maps of familiar
locations

Uses the language of


Describes position
direction to move from and movement
place to place

Unable to describe
position or
movement

Creates symmetrical
patterns, pictures
and shapes

Identifies symmetry
within the
environment

Explains the effects


of one-step
transformations

Experiments with onestep transformations


and uses basic
language to discuss the
effects

Unable to apply
one-step
transformation
under guidance of a
teacher

Experiments with
one-step
transformation
under guidance of a
teacher

Statistics and Probability


Data representation
and interpretation
Week 7

Describes different
methods for data
collection and
representation and
evaluates their

Collects data,
organises into
categories and
creates displays
using lists, tables,

Students collect data


from relevant
questions to create
lists, tables and

They collect data by


asking questions and
draw simple data
displays

Answers simple yes/no questions to collect


information

Chance

effectiveness

pictures and simple


column graphs

picture graphs

Constructs data
displays from
collected or given
data

Interprets and
compares data
displays

Makes sense of
collected
information

Describes data
displays.

Lists probabilities of
every day events

Conducts chances
experiments and
lists possible
outcomes

Describes outcomes
from everyday
events

Classifies outcomes of Attempts to classify


simple familiar events outcomes of simple
familiar events

Recognises data
displays

Unable to recognise
data displays

Unable to classify
outcomes of simple
familiar events