Strand NumberAlgebraMeasurementSpaceStatistics and ProbabilityProfessional ReadingProblem Solving Year Year 5Year 6Year 7Year 2Year 3Year 8Year 4Foundation YearYear 1Year 9Year 10Maths AMaths B Numeracy Strategy Multiplication and Division TriangleAct it OutPart-Part-WholeLook for a patternAdditive to Multiplicative ThinkingBenchmarkingSee the Parts to match the wholeNumber LineTables and GraphsDraw a diagramVisualisationFind the PatternDraw what you can't seeMental StrategiesVarious Mathematics Concepts Repeat equal groupsDivision with a remainderPlace valueDivision without a remainderPrime numbersEuler's LawPrisms and Pyramids and their netsGeometric properties/reasoningRelationship between faces, vertices and edges in 3D shapesCountingNaming numbersPartitioningPatternsSubitisingCounting onAdditionNumber lineDoublingEarly multiplicationArea and perimeter of squares and rectanglesFractionsFour operationsTimeLarge numbersx^2MoneyArraysMultiplicationMeasurementSkip CountingAlgebraTimelinesMulti step problemsMetric conversionsCross curricular links to mathsGeometric propertiesAngle sizeSide lengthTransformationsIndex notationMathematical metaphorsFibonacci sequenceCirclesSpheresRegular polygonsPolyhedraPythagoras' theoremAnglesGeometryRatioProportionAveragesEstimationVocabularyProblem Solving3D ShapesPuzzlesRate4 OperationsMassData Representation and VisualisationSpeed (MPH)ProbabilityAddition and SubtractionDivisionVarious

## Clocks and More Clocks

##### Australian Curriculum:  Description

“When the hall clock reads twenty minutes past four, the attick clock reads twenty-three minutes past four, the kitchen clock reads twenty-five minutes past four, and the bedroom clock reads twenty-six minutes past four, what should Mr. Higgins do? He can’t tell whichc of his clocks tells the right time. He is in for a real surprise when the Clockmaker shows him that they are all correct!”

##### Teaching ideas
Why have Mr. Higgins clocks been right since he bought a watch?

## What’s smaller than a pygmy shrew?

##### Australian Curriculum:  Description

This book explores the concept of size. Different animals, organisms and concepts are benchmarked against one another to develop an understanding of relative size.

##### Teaching ideas
Expressing all sizes referred to in the book as scientific notation (including the integers); ranking the relative sizes in ascending/decending order; investigating BIG numbers e.g. trillions etc

## The Phantom Tollbooth

##### Teaching ideas
Explore the mathematical language and concepts. Eg. Ensuring the world once again has rhyme and reason --> explore the concept of averaging as a 'levelling' process

## Inchworm and a Half

##### Australian Curriculum:  Description

Use direct and indirect comparisons to decide which is longer, heavier or holds more, and explain reasoning in everyday language (ACMMG006); Measure and compare the lengths and capacities of pairs of objects using uniform informal units (ACMMG019)

##### Teaching ideas
Measuring other lengths using concrete materials, e.g. string. Explain the history of what sea speed is measured in knots (concrete idea for measuring an abstract concept)