Browse and download our classic Foundation to Year 10 sequences, aligned with the Australian Curriculum V8.4.

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Year 2

Students investigate dividing a packet of balloons into equal groups to decorate a room. They count how many in each group and the left overs.

Year 2

Students estimate how many sandwiches they eat in a year using informal strategies, prior to learning standard multiplication algorithms.

Year 2

Students devise efficient counting strategies to count a large collection of unifix cubes. By counting in tens, they use the cubes to model place value.

Year 2

Students find how many different robots can be made using three heads, three bodies and three sets of feet.

Year 2

Students use the array to determine how many are in a collection using different strategies.

Year 2

Students explore the place value properties of numbers through the context of skip counting.

Year 2

Students explore properties of 2D shapes, then join together triangles or squares to create new shapes.

Year 2

Students audit rubbish in the playground and consider what can be recycled/composted. They use data to identify the best places in the playground to locate the bins.

Year 3

Students use the context of the moves of the rook in chess to look at equivalence on the hundreds chart.

Year 3

Students explore additive number patterns, reason why the patterns occur and generalise patterns to fit various situations.

Year 3

Two exemplar tasks and an assessment rubric show how students develop in analysing problems, generalising findings and justifying results.

Year 3

Students find the best fraction of a bottle to fill for good bottle flipping. They provide evidence using tallies from trials of flips.

Year 3

Students measure how far they can jump. They consider how far they could jump if they were different animals.

Year 3

Students work with partially hidden arrays in order to deepen their understanding and build their multiplicative thinking.

Year 3

Students develop their spatial reasoning skills as they explore symmetry, transformations and 2D representations of 3D objects.