Mathematics • Stage 1 • 10th Dec 2011 • Word • by
A scope and sequence for Mathematics
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 20th Feb 2012 • Notebook • by
This is a collection of multiplication resources that includes word problems as well as links to other resources.
Here are a few interactive clocks and timers for use during your lessons.
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 15th Feb 2012 • Notebook • by
This is a good overview of concepts such as jump strategy and combinations to 10.
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 15th Feb 2012 • Word • by
Making a table to describe a giving graph, and then making statements about the data, is a great way to reverse engineer the lesson. Makes for a great pre-test.
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 4th Feb 2012 • Word • by
A printable that your students can cut out and show solving skills with, such as drawing a picture.
Some of these may have to be modified depending on what type of equipment your school has. Group size should be no more than six.
Various types of number lines you can use to practise large and small additions.
These challening problems should be visualised and discussed before students attempt them.
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 20th Feb 2012 • Word • by
A simpler variation on other place value games where students roll dice in the space provided and make the largest number possible.
This pretest will assess your students ability to identify the attributes of 3D objects.
This is an important skill which should be practised across all stages. Remember to renforce mental strategies!
These can be used in stations or worked on throughout the week.
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 14th Feb 2012 • Notebook • by
Using shapes that your students are already familiar with, like the alphabet, is a great way to introduce the concept of symmetry.
This focuses on using Australian money to solve word problems and work out how much change should be returned.
This resource approaches the topic of why we need standard measurements. After your students measure using hands, you can discuss the varied results.
This will give you a good indication as to where your learners are at with the operation and language of multiplication.
This is a great resource to have handy when teaching 3D space. There are also many links inside to other great internet resources.
This is program with some excellent ideas for ways to teach Area. It includes some links to other external internet resources
This notebook contains many pre-made shapes that you can use to teach fractions.
This is a large collection of word problems involving multiplication and division.
No matter what subtratction strategy you are using, number lines can be a great means of scaffolding and applying a mathematical framework to abstraction.
This is a great game you can play a small group of students. Pass out the fractions then solve the questions in a group discussion.
This is a great resource that allows your students to mentally manipulate nets of various shapes.
This can accompany a lesson where your students take pictures of 3D shapes then write an ID card for each to display around the room!
It's important to make the connection between these two operations as often as possible!
It's important that your students reflect upon their strategies that they use in class.
These are some pre-made arrays. Feel free to adjust as necessary.
This is a fantastic resource that your student's can use for homework. It allows them to research time and explain their reasoning.
This is a cloze test that you can use to evaluate your student's understanding of the time vocabulary taught.
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 16th Mar 2012 • Word • by
Before you can teach vertical multiplication algorithms your students must be able to master the number concepts. This resource is a good place to start.
This colourful notebook contains several excellent resources for practising patterns with your class.
Practise tally marks.
This is a printable worksheet that you can adapt. Helpful for when your students are doing activities involving digital time.
This resource explores your students understanding of standard measures can be a good gauge of their understanding before beginning a topic.
Students draw or write as many combinations of change they can to sum a total. This can be easily adapted to your country's money system.
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 14th Feb 2012 • Powerpoint • by
A quick game you can play with your students where they must identify the type of 3D shape.
This can make for a good display.
What will you bring on your trip? Can you prove that your planning is within the weight requirements?
Although you can't embed this spinner into a notebook, it's worth sharing. Enjoy!
Some great practise questions that your students can work on independently or in groups.
There are many activities which stem from using a place value chart.
This is a simple display you can use in your classroom to show some properties of triangles.
Quick and easy printable for lamination.
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 14th Feb 2012 • Word • by
Student's use specific shapes and colours to draw a robot.
Print off this set of month names and number of days in the month. You can then incorporate this matching into a maths station or for use throughout the year.
This will help your students practise making tables. The lesson will be more interactive if they collect their own data.
Students work in pairs to roll dice and then make the corresponding largest and smallest numbers. Don't forget to practise reading them aloud!
A collection of several hundreds charts.
Perimeter is a great way to teach length and measuring skills. Having your students use real world objects is preferable to measuring pictures on paper.
These shapes can be used for entry into your student's Maths Glossary
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 15th Feb 2012 • Powerpoint • by
This can be used as either a post or pre test, depending on your evaluation of your students abilities.
One activity you can use with a tens frame board is to show the sum of green and red counters inside the blue ten frame. Try to use combinations to ten then var
This resource also focused on making number sentences for subtraction problems.
A simple chart that you can use for display which outlines the rules for prisms and pyramids.
This is an advanced division technique that requires quick recall of the multiplication facts. It uses the number line visualise the strategy.
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 18th Jan 2012 • Notebook • by
Useful for visualizing parts of a circular whole.
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 10th Dec 2011 • Notebook • by
Use this notebook to introduce possibilities in Stage 1
Practice symmetry with this worksheet.
Great for display!
This resource contains vocabulary as well as a grid activity to get your students thinking about ways to describe the location of something.
Ensure your students have a solid graps of the balance concept when using the equal sign before using this resource.
Here are some shapes from clipart that you can use to show some interesting objects that display the 3D properties discussed in class.
You can use these handy pages to demonstrate repeated subtraction on a number line with division problems.
This resource contains all the material you need to introduce the concept of time and its naming conventions.
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 16th Mar 2012 • Powerpoint • by
This power point uses the flags of the world to show how symmetry can occur in interesting places.
A few more shapes that show some interesting lines of symmetry.
Ready to be printed and laminated!
Fill in this easy chart throughout the year to reinforce concepts of time.
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 14th Mar 2012 • Word • by
A handy printable for reference.
Simple simple sign for your room.
Mathematics • Stage 1 • 10th Dec 2011 • Word • by
Print and laminate this chart for quick reference to place value.
A simple printable that your students can fill in.