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## Chelsea at the zoo - Morgan : Grade Commentary

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Morgan has demonstrated thorough knowledge and understanding of addition facts to 10, and a high level of competence in solving mathematical problems. All possible combinations have been identified and inverse number sentences have been used. Mental strategies have been applied and mathematical symbols have been accurately used to record solutions. Morgan has not required pictorial representations to determine the solutions but would benefit from including some solutions in words. This work sample demonstrates characteristics of work typically produced by a student performing at grade B standard midway through Stage 1.

The student has a thorough knowledge and understanding of the content and a high level of competence in the processes and skills. In addition, the student is able to apply this knowledge and these skills to most situations.

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## Foundation Statement strands

The following strands are covered in this activity:

• Working Mathematically
Students ask questions and use objects, diagrams and technology to explore mathematical problems. They link mathematical ideas and use everyday language, some mathematical language and diagrams to explain how answers were obtained.
• Number
Students count, order, read and write numbers up to 999 and use a range of mental strategies, informal recording methods and materials to add, subtract, multiply and divide. They model and describe objects and collections divided into halves and quarters. Students sort, order and count money and recognise and describe the element of chance in familiar activities.
• Patterns and Algebra
Students describe, create and continue a variety of number patterns and relate addition and subtraction facts to at least 20.