Number & Algebra

Number and Place Value

Counting and Representing Numbers

Phase 1 Counting: Early Processes – Identify Attribute, Sort and Compare
Phase 1 Counting: Early Processes – Identify Opposite Attributes
Phase 1 Counting: Subitising
Phase 1 Counting: Rote Counting (Numbers 1-10 forwards)
Phase 1 Counting: Point Counting
Phase 1 Counting: Rational and Robust Counting
Phase 1 Counting: Rote Counting (Numbers 10-0 Backwards)
Phase 1 Counting: Rote Counting (Numbers 11-20 Forwards and Backwards)
Phase 1 Counting: Ordinal Numbers
Phase 2 Counting: Rote counting (Beyond 20 Forwards and Backwards)
Phase 2 Counting: Odometer Principle
Phase 2 Counting: Skip Count in 2s, 5s and 10s (from Zero)
Phase 2 Counting: Counting a Large Collection
Phase 2 Counting: Counting a Large Collection
Phase 2 Counting: Skip Count by 2, 3, 5 and 10 (from any number)
Phase 1 Representing Numbers: Introducing Five and Ten-Frames
Phase 1 Representing Numbers: Numbers in the Environment
Phase 2 Representing Numbers: Structure of a Number Board (x10)
Phase 2 Representing Numbers: Pieces of a Number Board
Phase 2 Representing Numbers: 1 to 30
Phase 2 Representing Numbers: Read, Write and Order 2-Digit Numbers
Phase 2 Representing and Order Numbers: Introduction to Number Lines
Phase 2 Representing Number: Numbers beyond 100 (Number Boards)
Phase 2 Representing Numbers: 2- and 3-digit Numbers on Number lines
Phase 2 Representing Numbers: Odd and Even NumbersPhase 3 Representing Numbers: Decimals (Tenths and Hundredths) using Hundred Grids

Operations – Addition and Subtraction

Phase 1 Addition and Subtraction Basic Facts: Count on and Back 1&2
Phase 1 Addition: Introducing Doubles
Phase 1 Addition and Subtraction (Part-Part-Total)
Phase 1 Addition Basic Facts: Double Strategy
Phase 1 Addition Basic Facts: Make Ten Strategy
Phase 1 Addition Basic Facts: Near Ten Strategy
Phase 1 Addition: A Commutative operation
Phase 1 Addition Basic Facts: Near Double Strategy
Phase 1 Addition Basic Facts: Think Ten Strategy
Phase 1 Addition and Subtraction Basic Fact Families (Totals to 10)
Phase 1 Addition and Subtraction: Add and Subtract Multiples of Ten (to 100)
Phase 1 Addition and Subtraction: Inverse Operations (Number Lines)
Phase 2 Addition and Subtraction: Add and Subtract Multiples of Ten (3-digit Numbers)
Phase 2 Addition: Break up 2 Numbers (Whole Number – Bundling Sticks)
Phase 2 Addition and Subtraction as Inverse Operations (Number Board)
Phase 2 Addition: Computation Strategies Introduction
Phase 2 Addition: Break up 1 Number (Whole Numbers – Ten-Frames)
Phase 2 Addition: Break up 1 Number (Whole numbers – Bead Strings)
Phase 2 Addition Computation Strategy: Change 1 Number and Fix (Bags of 10)
Phase 2 Addition Computation Strategy: Change 2 Numbers and Fix (Bags of 10)
Phase 2 Addition: Change 2 Numbers (Ten-frames)
Phase 2 Addition: Break up 2 Numbers (Whole Numbers)
Phase 2 Subtraction: Break Up 1 Number (Whole Numbers)
Phase 2 Subtraction: Break up 1 Number (Whole Number Bridge 10)
Phase 2 Subtraction: Change 1 Number and Fix (Bags of 10)
Phase 2 Subtraction: Count on to Subtract (Whole numbers)
Phase 2 Subtraction: Change 2 Numbers and Fix (Bags of 10)
Phase 2 Addition and Subtraction (100 Board)
Phase 2 Subtraction: Subtraction on a Number Board
 Phase 2 Addition: Extend ‘Make Ten’ Basic Facts to make Multiples of Ten (to 100)
 Phase 2 Addition: Break Up 1 Number (Whole Numbers)
 Phase 2 Addition: Break Up 2 Numbers (Whole Numbers)
 Phase 2 Addition: Change 1 Number and Fix (Whole Numbers)
 Phase 2 Addition: Change 2 Numbers and Fix (Whole Numbers)
 Phase 2 Addition: Change 2 Numbers (Whole Numbers)
 Phase 2 Addition and Subtraction: Add and Subtract Odd and Even Numbers
 Phase 3 Addition: Break Up Strategies (Decimals – Tenths)

Operations – Multiplication and Division

Phase 1 Multiplication and Division: Making Equal Groups
Phase 1 Multiplication: Joining Equal Groups (Set Model)
Phase 1 Multiplication Basic Facts: 2x (Doubles Strategy)
Phase 1 Multiplication: Area Model Introduction (Array)
Phase 1 Multiplication: Length Model Introduction (Number Lines)
Phase 1 Division: Sharing into Groups
Phase 1 Multiplication Basic Facts: 3x (Double + 1x)
Phase 1 Multiplication Basic Facts: 1x 0x (Use a Rule)
Phase 2 Multiplication: A Commutative Operation
Phase 2 Multiplication Basic Facts: 10x (Commutative Place Value)
Phase 2 Multiplication Basic Facts: 5x (Half of 10X)
Phase 1 Division Basic Facts: ÷2 (Halving)
Phase 2 Multiplication Basic Facts: 4x 8x (Extended Doubles)
Phase 2 Multiplication Basic Facts: 9x (10x – 1x)
Phase 2 Multiplication Basic Facts: 6x (5x+1x or Double 3x Strategy)
Phase 2 Multiplication: Basic Facts 7x (5x + 2x or 8x – 1x)
Phase 2 Multiplication: Basic Facts Strategy Review
Phase 2 Multiplication: Combination Model – Introduction
Phase 2 Multiplication: Break Up 1 Number – Area Model (Whole Numbers)
Phase 2 Multiplication: Break Up 2 Numbers – Area Model (Whole Numbers)
Phase 2 Division: Break Up 1 Number (Whole Numbers – No Remainder)
Phase 2 Multiplication: Change 1 Number and Fix – Area Model (Whole Numbers)
Phase 2 Division: Break Up 1 Number (Whole Numbers with Remainders)
Phase 2 Multiplication: Change 2 Numbers and Fix – Area Model (Whole Numbers)
Phase 3 Multiplicative Reasoning: Paper Chain Challenge

Fractions and Decimals

Fractions

Phase 1 Fractions: A Half as One of 2 Equal Parts
Phase 1 Fractions: Halving Family – Halves, Quarters and Eighths (Area Model)
Phase 1 Fractions: Halving Family – Halves, Quarters, Eighths (Set Model)
Phase 1 Fractions: Halving Family – Halves, Quarters, Eighths (Length Model)
Phase 1 Fractions: Unit Fraction (Area Model)
Phase 1 Fractions: Unit Fractions (Length Model)
Phase 1 Fractions: Unit Fractions (Set Model)
Phase 1 Fractions: Role of the Numerator and Denominator
Phase 1 Fractions: Multiple Unit Fraction to make a Whole
Phase 1 Fractions: Read and Write Proper Fractions
Phase 2 Fractions: Counting in Halves
Phase 2 Fractions: Counting in Quarters
Phase 2 Fractions: Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Phase 2 Fractions: Equivalent Fractions (Area Model)
Phase 2 Fractions: Equivalent Fractions (Fraction Wall)
Phase 2 Fractions: Different Fractions, Same Whole
Phase 2 Fractions: Unit Fractions on a Number Line
Phase 2 Fractions: Compare Unit Fractions
Phase 2 Fractions: Order Unit Fractions
Phase 2 Fractions: Identifying the Whole (Area Model)
Phase 2 Fractions: Represent Proper Fractions (Fraction Grids)
Phase 3 Fractions: Compare and Order fractions with related denominators
(Fraction Grids)
Phase 3 Fractions: Compare and Order fractions with related denominators (Number Lines)
Phase 3 Fractions: Equivalent Fractions (Fraction Grids)
Phase 3 Fractions: Represent Fractions with related Denominators (Number Lines)
Phase 3 Fractions: Connect Fractions and Decimals (Number Lines)
Phase 3 Fractions: Compare and Order Fractions with Related Denominators (Fraction Grids)
Phase 3 Fractions: Find a Fraction of a Quantity (Unit Fractions)
Phase 3 Fractions: Find a Fraction of a Quantity (Proper fractions)
Phase 3 Fractions: Fractions as Division – The Chocolate Cake Game

Patterns and Algebra

Equivalence and Equations

Phase 1 Equations: Symbols Tell Stories
Phase 2 Equations: Identify Stories as Joining or Separating (Addition or Subtraction)
Phase 2 Equations: Active Addition Stories
Phase 2 Equations: Start-Action-End Structure (Addition and Subtraction)
Phase 2 Equations: Equivalence as Balance
Phase 2 Equations: Part-Part-Total Structure (Multiplication and Division)
Phase 2 Equations: Represent Add and Subtract Stories as Part-Part-Total (Bar Model)
Phase 2 Equations: Represent Addition and Subtraction Situations as Equations
Phase 2 Equations: Identify Multiplicative Situations
Phase 2 Equations: Identify if Word Problems involve Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication or Division
Phase 2 Equations: Identify the Operation to Solve Add and Subtract Word Problems
Phase 2 Equations: Represent Multiplication and Division Stories (Start-Action-End Structure)
Phase 2 Equations: Identify and Represent Equivalent Number Sentences (Add and Subtract)
Phase 2 Equations: Represent Change and Backtracking using Arrow Diagrams
Phase 2 Equations: Part-Part-Total Structure – Bar Model (Addition and Subtraction)
Phase 2 Equations: Represent Add and Subtract stories as Part-Part-Total (Bar Model)
Phase 2 Equations: Represent Multiplication and Division Stories as Part-Part-Total (Bar Model)
Phase 2 Equations: Represent Multiplication and Division Situations as Equations and Stories
Phase 2 Equations: Identify and Represent Equivalent Equations (Multiplication and Division)
Phase 3 Equations: Represent Multi-Step Word Problems using Bar Models
Phase 3 Equations: Represent Multi-Step Word Problems as Equations and Stories
Phase 3 Equations: Identify the Operation to Solve Multiplication and Division word problems
Phase 3 Equations: Represent Multi-Step Word Problems using Bar Models
Phase 3 Equations: Order of Operations
Phase 3 Equations: Solve Multi-Step Word Problems
Phase 3 Equations: Solve Equations using Arrow Diagrams and Backtracking
Phase 2 Equations: Identify and Represent Equivalent Equations (Mixed Operations)

Measurement & Geometry

Using Units and Measurement

Area – Coming soon

Perimeter and Circumference – Coming soon

Geometric Reasoning

Angle – coming soon

Similarity and Congruence – coming soon

Statistic and Probability