4

1

Keywords:

addition

discussion

estimation

Students estimate an addition problem, share their methods, discuss grouping nice numbers, and then do a problem using this method, then design a question showing how it uses the method.

4

1

Keywords:

addition

discussion

estimation

4

1

Keywords:

addition

estimation

Students estimate an addition problem, share their methods, discuss the rounding method, and then do more problems using rounding.

2

1

Keywords:

addition

discussion

equality

equations

Students solve different forms of addition equations.

2

2

Keywords:

addition

additive identity

commutativity

inverse

properties of zero

subtraction

Students use the additive identity and the commutative property to assist them to solve simple equations without calculating.

4

4

Keywords:

percentages

Students express proportions as percentages and calculate percentages.

3

1

Keywords:

addition

change

decimals

money

subtraction

Students solve problems involving money by finding the total spent and the change from a given amount.

2

6

Keywords:

fractions

fractions as operators

sets

Students select the correct fraction of toys to click and drag into a toy box.

3

6

Keywords:

fractions

fractions as operators

sets

Students select the correct fraction of fruits to click and drag into a bowl.

4

5

0

Keywords:

breakeven points

linear equations

money

simultaneous equations

Students calculate the cost of hiring a search and rescue helicopter and compare this cost with another helicopter company's charges.

3

0

Keywords:

addition

equations

subtraction

Students complete a number of equations adding to 36 on an addition wheel.

2

0

Keywords:

basic facts

equality

equations

subtraction

Students solve different forms of subtraction equations.

4

0

Keywords:

addition

estimation

journalling

Students write down an explanation of how the front-end estimation strategy works in addition problems to give information on their understanding of the strategy.

4

0

Keywords:

equal to

equations

greater than

less than

nemp

Students complete inequations by identifying the number or symbol needed to make the expression correct.

2

1

Keywords:

divisibility

even numbers

odd numbers

Students count the number of letters in 7 different animal names and decide if the number is odd or even.

2

2

Keywords:

addition

basic facts

equations

Students find and write the numbers to complete equations that add to 10.

5

2

Keywords:

decimals

division

multiplication

Students perform decimal multiplication and division involving the cost of material, without the use of a calculator.

2

2

Keywords:

addition

additive identity

inverse

properties of zero

subtraction

Students use number properties to solve problems without calculating.

5

0

Keywords:

algebraic expressions

changing subject

Students are required to re-arrange various algebraic equations.

5

0

Keywords:

algebraic expressions

arrays

indices

multiplication

Students write algebraic expressions with indices which make equations true.

5

0

Keywords:

algebraic expressions

arrays

linear equations

problem solving

Students complete 3 x 3 addition arrays by using whole numbers and algebraic expressions.

4

1

Keywords:

linear equations

money

spending

Students solve algebraic problems about the cost of oranges and lemons and how many of each fruit is purchased for a given cost.

5

1

Keywords:

graph interpretation

line graphs

relationships

This task requires students to interpret the relationship between noise level and time as illustrated by various points on a graph.

2

8

Keywords:

money

problem solving

Students work out the smallest and largest amounts of coins and notes in a piggy bank from statements about the number and type of money.

4

0

Keywords:

addition

estimation

front-end

Students discuss making an initial estimate in addition problems using the front-end method followed by compensation to get a more accurate estimate. They then use this method on two addition problems.

4

5

1

Keywords:

distance-time graphs

graph interpretation

relationships

speed

Students interpret a graph about getting to school, writing descriptions about each students journey and making statements comparing the journeys.