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## Mathematics – Activities

Activities Work Samples
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## Making Number Patterns

Students create, represent and continue a variety of number patterns. View...

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## Money Matters

Students use coins to demonstrate and record different ways of making 20 cents, 50 cents and \$1. They then determine the change they would receive from \$1 if they purchased certain items. View...

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## Chelsea at the zoo

Students record their solutions to a scenario using words or pictures. View...

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## Hidden number

Students create, represent and continue a variety of number patterns and supply missing elements in a number pattern on a hundreds chart. View...

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## Spatial Pattern

Students create a design using two, three or four pattern blocks and flip it over an axis of symmetry. View...

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## Time of day

Students draw themselves doing an activity at a particular time of day and record this using analog and digital time. View...

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## Wake up

Students participate in a game and work out how many eggs are hidden in a basket after being shown an exposed number. View...

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## What could the question be?

Students are presented with the scenario: 'The answer is 20. What could the question be?' They record a variety of number sentences using numerals, symbols and words, and include different operations. View...

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## The beach

Students construct a graph using the symbols provided and interpret the information presented. View...

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## Model School

Students construct a 3D model of the school using blocks or lego. View...

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## Arranging desks

Students use worksheets containing arrays to investigate which table shape the teacher should use to seat 16 students with equal numbers at each table. View...