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## Activity: Classroom map (View Activity…)

Students draw a simple map of the classroom on grid paper. They describe the location of items in the classroom using coordinates.

## Activity: Bike track (View Activity…)

Students design and sketch a bike track to be constructed within the school grounds or local park. They use grid paper or draw a grid over their map, and use positional language to describe their track in relation to other structures or pathways.

## Activity: 2D Shapes (View Activity…)

Students complete a worksheet identifying 2D shapes and describing their features.

## Activity: Making Number Patterns (View Activity…)

Students make a variety of number patterns using the four operations.

## Activity: Flag design (View Activity…)

Students design a flag, modelling and representing equivalent fractions.

## Activity: Is it fair? (View Activity…)

Students predict possible outcomes to coloured counters being revealed in an experimental context.

## Activity: What could the question be? (View Activity…)

Students are presented with the scenario: ‘The answer is 12. What could the question be?’ They are asked to record a variety of questions, including number sentences and word problems.

### New Work Samples

New work samples that are yet to be aligned to a grade are added here.

You may wish to try aligning a new work sample to a grade.