Time for Online Maths – K/P (per student) TESTING ONLY

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The Time for Online Maths – K/P series has been developed for children aged 4, 5 and 6 years old.

The per teacher version may be distributed to all students of that teacher within the one school.

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Description

The Time for Online Maths – K/P series has been developed for children aged 4, 5 and 6 years old.

The per teacher version may be distributed to all students of that teacher within the one school.

The list of content is provided for easy access to specific lessons or topics. Simply click a lesson to go directly to the interactive online content. Suitable for smartboard, student comupter download and PDF download with appropriate licence agreement.

CONTENT CURRICULUM
1. Number 1 and two
2. Number 2 and two
3. Number 3 and three
4. Number 4 and four
5. Number 5 and five
6. Review Numbers 1 to 5
7. Number 6 and six
8. Number 7 and seven
9. Number 8 and eight
10. Number 9 and nine
11. Number 10 and ten
12. Zero 0
13. Reviewing Numbers 1 to 10 and zero

Connect number names, numerals and quantities

Connect number names, numerals and quantities/complete patterns

Establish understanding of the language and process of counting by naming numbers and sequence

14. Numbers 11, 12 and 13
15. Numbers 14, 15 and 16
16. Numbers 17 and 18
17. Numbers 19 and 20
18. Reviewing Numbers 1 to 20 including zero

Connect number names, numerals and quantities up to 20 and beyond.

19. Numbers 21, 22, and 23
20. Numbers 24, 25 and 26
21. Numbers 27 and 28
22. Numbers 29 and 30
23. Reviewing Numbers 0-30

Connecting number names, numerals and quantities to 10 and beyond to 30.

24. Ordinal Numbers – 1st to 10th
25. Ordinal Numbers 11th to 30th

Establish understanding of language and processes of counting naming ordinal numbers in a sequence. Describe position and movement.

26. Addition to 5
27. The Addition of 2
28. Adding 3 more.

Represent practical situations to model addition.

29. Addition of Groups and Patterns

Sort and classify objects with practical situations to model addition. Copy, continue and create patterns.

30. Addition Sentences
31. Addition to 10
32. Counting On with Number Lines – Adding
33. Adding Groups of Two and Three
34. Adding Groups and Number Lines
35. Vertical Addition

Representing practical situations to model addition

36. Subtraction – Crossing Off Method
37. Subtraction from Groups

Comparing and ordering numbers initially to 10. Representing subtraction problems.

38. Number Line Subtraction and Counting Backwards

Represent and solve simple, subtraction problems using number line strategy.

39. More Subtracting

Solve subtraction problems using a variety of strategies

40. Groups and Patterns
41. Sorting Groups

Sorting and classifying familiar objects. Explain the basis of classification. Copy and continue patterns.

42. Making Equal Groups
43. Equal Groups and Sharing

Practical situations to model addition, sharing and groups.

44. Comparing Length (Measurement)

Use direct and indirect comparison to decide which is longer, short, tall, thick or thin.

45. Mass – What’s Heavy or Light?
46. Heavy or Light

Use direct and indirect comparisons to decide what is heavy and what is light.

47. Capacity
48. Empty or Full

Use direct and indirect comparison to decide which holds more. Measure and compare the capacity of objects.

49. Ordering Area

Sort, name and describe large and small areas.

50. Day – Night
51. Length of Time

Compare and order the duration of time using everday language of time.

52. Days of the Week

Connect days of the week to familiar events, actions and routines.

53. Clockface and Digital Time

Tell time to the hour – clockface and digital forms

54. Lines and Closed Shapes

Use direct and indirect comparisons to decide which is a line or a shape.

55. 2D Shapes

Sort, describe and name familiar 2D shapes

56. Sorting 3D Objects
57. Classifying Everyday 3D Objects

Sort, describe and name familiar 2D and 3D objects in the environment.

58. Identifying Position
59. Position and Movement

Describe position and movement.

60. Fractions Half and Quarter

Recognise and describe one half as one of two parts of a whole and that one quarter is four parts of a whole.

61. Money – Coins (Shopping)
62. Money – Cash Card

Recognise, describe and order Australian coins according to their value. Know a cash card is another form of money that represents coins and their value.

63. Graphs and Data
64. Recording Data
65. Collection Data

Data representation and interpretation. Yes/No questions about data

66. Chance and Probability

Identify outcomes of familiar events involving chance

67. Reviewing Operations

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