Aligned with the Foundation Year Maths Australian Curriculum 9.0, these maths activities will keep your students on-task and engaged throughout their maths lessons. This pack includes hands-on, colourful and fun number activities for your maths centres, lesson plans, teacher checklist, assessment tasks and an editable marking rubric, all aligned closely with ACARA 9.0.
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Foundation Year Maths: Number - Name, Represent and Order Numbers 0-20
Contained in this pack you will find:
➡️ 5 lessons aligned with each elaboration:
- What are numbers?
- How can we sequence numbers?
- What are ordinal numbers?
- Where can we find numbers written on objects?
- How can we connect quantities to number names and numerals when playing games?
➡️ 4 PowerPoints you can use as a whole class for an introduction to topics or as revision before the start of each lesson
➡️ 26 different hands-on printable activities you can use to teach each lesson and as reinforcement activities for math centres in subsequent lessons
➡️ Assessment checklist
➡️ Assessment booklet (to use as a formative or summative assessment)
➡️ Editable marking rubric
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Foundation Year Maths Number Name Represent and Order Numbers ACARA 9.0
1 x PDF (191 pages), 4 x PPT, 1 x PPT editable rubric
ALIGNED WITH ACARA 9.0
Foundation Year Maths - Number
name, represent and order numbers including zero to at least 20, using physical and virtual materials and numerals
- responding to a request to collect a quantity of objects or reading a numeral and selecting the associated quantity of items from a collection to match the number required; for example, collecting 9 paint brushes after hearing the word 'nine'
- recognising the order in the sequence of numbers to 20 and identifying the number that is "one less" than the a given number and the number that is "one more"; for example playing instructive card games that involve reading and ordering number cards; using counting songs, story books and rhymes to establish the forwards and backwards counting sequence of numbers in the context of active counting activities
- understanding and using terms such as "first", "second", "third", ... "fifth" ... to indicate ordinal position in a sequence; for example, creating a number track using cards with the numerals zero and 20 and describing positions using terms such as first, last, before, after, between
- recognising writing and reading numerals written on familiar objects; for example, in images, text or illustrations in story books; writing on numerals on a container as a label to show how many objects it contains
- connecting quantities to number names and numerals when reading and reciting stories and playing counting games or determining and reasoning about the size of sets of objects within First Nation Australians' instructive games; for example, Segur etug from Mer Island in the Torres Straits region