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This Maths Smart Notebook and EDITABLE Unit of Work bundle includes a zipped folder of all separate notebooks for the different concepts outlined below. This allows for flexibility to meet your scope and sequence needs at your school!

*****PLEASE READ MY Ts&Cs VERY CAREFULLY*****

If you purchase this Mega Bundle you will download a pdf file with the googledrive link to this Mega Bundle. Simply copy and paste the link into your web browser and the zip file will be ready for your download.

Take a look at the preview to see the scope and sequence that directly aligns with the smart notebooks and units of work that I have created. **** CLICK HERE ****

****PLEASE CHECK OUT MY Year 1 Addition and Subtraction Smart Notebook and Unit of Work Bundle 1 FREE TASTE OF MY SMART NOTEBOOK AND UNIT OF WORK BUNDLES BEFORE YOU BUY! This way you know EXACTLY what you are buying and will also know whether or not you have the program you need installed on your computer to access what you have bought. I WILL NOT issue a refund on this product. This is a digital file and cannot be returned. So please look at the free taste file and read the product description very carefully!!!!!****

This NO PREP Maths Bundle is programmed for the Australian National Curriculum based on the Maths Plus and Go Maths programs. However, it can be tailored to suit other nations curriculum outcomes.

This is a perfect time saver for you and your classroom. Have smooth transitions between lessons. If you ever have a sick day, don’t stress! Just save this to a USB/ Flashdrive and have your casual plug it in and go! NO PREP needed on your behalf!

***INCLUDED***

Explicit and engaging maths lesson that will have your little ones captivated for the duration of the lesson.

An entire smart notebook with interactive games and thought provoking lesson content.

This is just one of many for the entire year!!!

Take the stress out of planning and organising. Walk into your classroom feeling organised and prepared to teach your lesson.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO BUYERS: This is a smart notebook and unit of work bundle. Whilst the file type information states PDF file, this PDF contains the links to the google drive links which takes you to the zipped folders with smart notebook files.The unit of work is embedded in the smart notebook. Therefore, to use this product you MUST have the smart notebook program installed on your computer at home or at school. For more information on the Smart Notebook program itself click here

If you are an Australian teacher, the Department of Education provides a free SMART Notebook 11.0 download just click here to get started!

All of the smart notebook and unit of work bundles that I am including in this MEGA bundle are sold separately on TpT. Below is a complete list of what you will receive. You can click on each link to read a detailed description as well as viewing the preview of each product.

Whole Number Bundle 4 Click Here

Addition and Subtraction Bundle 4 Click Here

Money Bundle 2 Click Here

Patterns and Algebra Bundle 4 Click Here

Multiplication and Division Bundle 3 Click Here

Area Bundle 2 Click Here

Mass Bundle 2 Click Here

2D Space Bundle 2 Click Here

3D Space Bundle 2 Click Here

Volume and Capacity 2 Click Here

Outcomes and Content Addressed and Lessons:

WHOLE NUMBER

MA1-1WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-2WM uses objects, diagrams and technology to explore mathematical problems

MA1-3WM supports conclusions by explaining or demonstrating how answers were obtained

MA1-4NA applies place value, informally, to count, order, read and represent two- and three-digit numbers

• round numbers to the nearest ten

• estimate to the nearest ten, the number of objects in a collection and check by counting, eg estimate the number of children in a room to the nearest ten

• solve simple everyday problems with two-digit numbers

• choose an appropriate strategy to solve problems, including trial and error and drawing a diagram

ask questions involving two-digit numbers, eg ‘why are houses on either side of my house numbered 32 and 36?’

Lesson 1 Counting collections

Lesson 2 Figure it out

Lesson 3 Solving problems

Lesson 4 Rounding to ten

Lesson 5 Rounding to 100

ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION

MA1-2WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-2WM uses objects, diagrams and technology to explore mathematical problems

MA1-3WM supports conclusions by explaining or demonstrating how answers were obtained

MA1-5NA uses a range of strategies and informal recording methods for addition and subtraction involving one- and two-digit numbers

• Use and record a range of mental strategies to solve addition and subtraction problems involving one- and two-digit numbers, including

• counting on from the larger number to find the total of two numbers

• counting back from a number to find the number remaining

• counting on or back to find the difference between two numbers

• using doubles and near doubles, eg 5+7: double 5 and add 2

• combining numbers that add to 10, eg 4+7+8+6+3: first combine 4 and 6, and 7 and 3, then add 8

• bridging to 10, eg 17+5: 17 and 3 is 20, then add 2 more

• using place value to partition numbers, eg 25+8: 25 is 20+5, so 25+8 is 20+5+8, which is 20+13

• choose and apply efficient strategies for addition and subtraction

• use the equals sign to record equivalent number sentences involving addition, and to mean ‘is the same as’, rather than as an indication to perform an operation, eg 5+2=3+4

check given number sentences to determine if they are true or false and explain why, eg ‘is 7+5=8+4 true? Why or why not?

Lesson 1 Counting on to Find the Difference

Lesson 2 Counting Back

Lesson 3 Missing Addends

Lesson 4 Combining Numbers to Make 10

Lesson 5 Balancing Number Sentences

Lesson 6 Equal To, Not Equal To

MONEY

MA1-2WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-2WM uses objects, diagrams and technology to explore mathematical problems

MA1-3WM supports conclusions by explaining or demonstrating how answers were obtained

MA1-4NA applies place value, informally, to count, order, read and represent two- and three-digit numbers

(ACMNA017) Recognise, describe and order Australian coins according to their value

recognise that total amounts can be made using different denominations, eg 20 cents can be made using a single coin or two 10-cent coins

Lesson 1 Representing Amounts of Money

Lesson 2 Money

Lesson 3 Ordering/ Calculating with Money

Lesson 4 Tendering Coins

Lesson 5 Exploring Coin Combinations

PATTERNS AND ALGEBRA

MA1-2WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-2WM uses objects, diagrams and technology to explore mathematical problems

MA1-8NA creates, represents and continues a variety of patterns with numbers and objects

• describe a repeating pattern of objects or symbols in terms of a ‘number’ pattern with a ‘two pattern’ or a ‘three pattern’

• make connections between repeating patterns and counting, eg a ‘three’ pattern and skip counting by threes

• model and describe ‘odd’ and ‘even’ numbers using counters paired in two rows

describe the pattern created by modelling odd and even numbers

Lesson 1 Backtracking

Lesson 2 Repeated Addition

Lesson 3 Number Patterns

Lesson 4 Counting by 1s, 2s, 3s and 5s

Lesson 5 Odd and Even Numbers

MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION

MA1-1WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols.

MA1-6NA uses a range of mental strategies and concrete materials for multiplication and division.

• Describe the part left over when a collection cannot be shared equally into a given number of groups

• Model division by sharing a collection of objects into groups of a given size to determine the number of groups, e.g. determine the number of groups when 20 objects are shared into groups of four

Describe the part left over when a collection cannot be distributed equally using the given group size, e.g. when 22 objects are shared into groups of four, there are five groups of four and two objects left over

Lesson 1 Division/Sharing

Lesson 2 Repeated Subtraction

Lesson 3 The Division Symbol

Lesson 4 Connecting Division to Multiplication

Lesson 5 Connecting Multiplication to Division

AREA

MA1-1WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-10MG measures, records, compares and estimates areas using uniform informal units

• Use uniform informal units to measure area by covering the surface in rows or columns without gaps or overlaps

• select and use appropriate uniform informal units to measure area

• explain the relationship between the size of a unit and the number of units needed to measure an area, eg 'I need more tiles than workbooks to measure the area of my desktop'

• describe why the area remains constant when units are rearranged

• describe any parts of units left over when counting uniform informal units to measure area

• use computer software to create a shape and use a simple graphic as a uniform informal unit to measure its area

• record areas by referring to the number and type of uniform informal unit used, eg ‘the area of this surface is 20 tiles’

• estimate areas by referring to the number and type of uniform informal unit used and check by measuring

discuss strategies used to estimate area, eg visualizing the repeated unit

Lesson 1 Covering and Counting Areas with Squares

Lesson 2 Exploring Area

Lesson 3 Covering Areas 1

Lesson 4 Informal Area Units

Lesson 5 Covering Areas 2

MASS

MA1-1WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-12MG measures, records, compares and estimates the masses of objects using uniform informal units

• sort objects on the basis of their mass

• use a pan balance to fond two collections of objects that have the same mass eg a collection of blocks and a collection of counters

use drawings to record findings from using a pan balance

Lesson 1 Comparing Mass 1

Lesson 2 Informal Mass Units

Lesson 3 Comparing Mass 2

Lesson 4 Measuring Mass Using Informal Units

Lesson 5 Working with a Pan Balance

2D SPACE

MA1-2WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-2WM uses objects, diagrams and technology to explore mathematical problems

MA1-15MG manipulates, sorts, represents, describes and explores two-dimensional shapes, including quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons and octagons

• manipulate, compare and describe features of two dimensional shapes, including triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons and octagons

• describe features of two dimensional shapes using the terms ‘side’ and ‘vertex’

• sort two-dimensional shapes by a given attribute, eg by the number of sides or vertices

• explain the attribute used when sorting two-dimensional shapes

• identify and name two-dimensional shapes presented in different orientations according to their number of sides, including using the terms 'triangle', 'quadrilateral', 'pentagon', 'hexagon' and 'octagon',

• recognise that the name of a shape does not change when the shape changes its orientation in space, eg a square turned on its vertex is still a square

• select a shape from a description of its features

• recognise that shapes with the same name may have sides of equal or different lengths

• identify and name shapes embedded in pictures, designs and the environment, eg Aboriginal art

use computer drawing tools to outline shapes embedded in a digital picture or design

Lesson 1 Rectangles and Squares

Lesson 2 Drawing 2D Shapes

Lesson 3 Congruence

Lesson 4 Clockwise Turns

Lesson 5 Different Orientations

Lesson 6 Symmetry

3D SPACE

MA1-1WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-14MG sorts, describes, represents and recognises familiar three-dimensional objects, including cones, cubes, cylinders, spheres and prisms

• sort familiar three dimensional objects according to obvious features, eg ‘All these objects have curved surfaces’

• select and name a familiar three dimensional object from a description of its features, eg find an object with six square faces

• recognise that three dimensional objects look different from different vantage Points

• identify cones, cubes, cylinders and prisms when drawn in different orientations

recognise familiar three dimensional objects from pictures and photographs, and in the environment

Lesson 1 Modelling 3D objects

Lesson 2 Faces, edges and corners

Lesson 3 Top, side and front views

Lesson 4 Three-dimensional objects/faces

Lesson 5 Three-dimensional objects

VOLUME AND CAPACITY

MA1-1WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-3WM supports conclusions by explaining or demonstrating how answers were obtained

MA1-11MG measures, records, compares and estimates volumes and capacities using uniform informal units

• pack cubic units (eg blocks) into rectangular containers so that there are no Gaps

• recognise that cubes pack better than other objects in rectangular containers

• measure the volume of a container by filling the container with uniform informal units and counting the number of units used eg, the number of blocks a box can hold

• devise and explain strategies for packing and counting units to fill a box, eg packing in layers and ensuring that there are no gaps between units

• explain that if there are gaps when packing and stacking, this will affect the accuracy of measuring the volume

• record volumes by referring to the number and type of uniform informal unit used

• estimate volumes of containers by referring to the number and type of uniform informal unit used and check by measuring

• -explain a strategy used for estimating a volume

• predict the larger volume of two or more containers and check by measuring using uniform informal units.

estimate the volume of a pile of material and check by measuring, eg estimate how many buckets would be used to form a pile of sand

Lesson 1 Volume of Models

Lesson 2 Comparing Volume by Packing

Lesson 3 Volume

Lesson 4 Measuring Volume

Lesson 5 Exploring Volume – Cubes

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This purchase is for you and your classroom. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy.

This Maths Smart Notebook and EDITABLE Unit of Work bundle includes a zipped folder of all separate notebooks for the different concepts outlined below. This allows for flexibility to meet your scope and sequence needs at your school!

*****PLEASE READ MY Ts&Cs VERY CAREFULLY*****

If you purchase this Mega Bundle you will download a pdf file with the googledrive link to this Mega Bundle. Simply copy and paste the link into your web browser and the zip file will be ready for your download.

Take a look at the preview to see the scope and sequence that directly aligns with the smart notebooks and units of work that I have created. **** CLICK HERE ****

****PLEASE CHECK OUT MY Year 1 Addition and Subtraction Smart Notebook and Unit of Work Bundle 1 FREE TASTE OF MY SMART NOTEBOOK AND UNIT OF WORK BUNDLES BEFORE YOU BUY! This way you know EXACTLY what you are buying and will also know whether or not you have the program you need installed on your computer to access what you have bought. I WILL NOT issue a refund on this product. This is a digital file and cannot be returned. So please look at the free taste file and read the product description very carefully!!!!!****

This NO PREP Maths Bundle is programmed for the Australian National Curriculum based on the Maths Plus and Go Maths programs. However, it can be tailored to suit other nations curriculum outcomes.

This is a perfect time saver for you and your classroom. Have smooth transitions between lessons. If you ever have a sick day, don’t stress! Just save this to a USB/ Flashdrive and have your casual plug it in and go! NO PREP needed on your behalf!

***INCLUDED***

Explicit and engaging maths lesson that will have your little ones captivated for the duration of the lesson.

An entire smart notebook with interactive games and thought provoking lesson content.

This is just one of many for the entire year!!!

Take the stress out of planning and organising. Walk into your classroom feeling organised and prepared to teach your lesson.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO BUYERS: This is a smart notebook and unit of work bundle. Whilst the file type information states PDF file, this PDF contains the links to the google drive links which takes you to the zipped folders with smart notebook files.The unit of work is embedded in the smart notebook. Therefore, to use this product you MUST have the smart notebook program installed on your computer at home or at school. For more information on the Smart Notebook program itself click here

If you are an Australian teacher, the Department of Education provides a free SMART Notebook 11.0 download just click here to get started!

All of the smart notebook and unit of work bundles that I am including in this MEGA bundle are sold separately on TpT. Below is a complete list of what you will receive. You can click on each link to read a detailed description as well as viewing the preview of each product.

Whole Number Bundle 4 Click Here

Addition and Subtraction Bundle 4 Click Here

Money Bundle 2 Click Here

Patterns and Algebra Bundle 4 Click Here

Multiplication and Division Bundle 3 Click Here

Area Bundle 2 Click Here

Mass Bundle 2 Click Here

2D Space Bundle 2 Click Here

3D Space Bundle 2 Click Here

Volume and Capacity 2 Click Here

Outcomes and Content Addressed and Lessons:

WHOLE NUMBER

MA1-1WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-2WM uses objects, diagrams and technology to explore mathematical problems

MA1-3WM supports conclusions by explaining or demonstrating how answers were obtained

MA1-4NA applies place value, informally, to count, order, read and represent two- and three-digit numbers

• round numbers to the nearest ten

• estimate to the nearest ten, the number of objects in a collection and check by counting, eg estimate the number of children in a room to the nearest ten

• solve simple everyday problems with two-digit numbers

• choose an appropriate strategy to solve problems, including trial and error and drawing a diagram

ask questions involving two-digit numbers, eg ‘why are houses on either side of my house numbered 32 and 36?’

Lesson 1 Counting collections

Lesson 2 Figure it out

Lesson 3 Solving problems

Lesson 4 Rounding to ten

Lesson 5 Rounding to 100

ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION

MA1-2WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-2WM uses objects, diagrams and technology to explore mathematical problems

MA1-3WM supports conclusions by explaining or demonstrating how answers were obtained

MA1-5NA uses a range of strategies and informal recording methods for addition and subtraction involving one- and two-digit numbers

• Use and record a range of mental strategies to solve addition and subtraction problems involving one- and two-digit numbers, including

• counting on from the larger number to find the total of two numbers

• counting back from a number to find the number remaining

• counting on or back to find the difference between two numbers

• using doubles and near doubles, eg 5+7: double 5 and add 2

• combining numbers that add to 10, eg 4+7+8+6+3: first combine 4 and 6, and 7 and 3, then add 8

• bridging to 10, eg 17+5: 17 and 3 is 20, then add 2 more

• using place value to partition numbers, eg 25+8: 25 is 20+5, so 25+8 is 20+5+8, which is 20+13

• choose and apply efficient strategies for addition and subtraction

• use the equals sign to record equivalent number sentences involving addition, and to mean ‘is the same as’, rather than as an indication to perform an operation, eg 5+2=3+4

check given number sentences to determine if they are true or false and explain why, eg ‘is 7+5=8+4 true? Why or why not?

Lesson 1 Counting on to Find the Difference

Lesson 2 Counting Back

Lesson 3 Missing Addends

Lesson 4 Combining Numbers to Make 10

Lesson 5 Balancing Number Sentences

Lesson 6 Equal To, Not Equal To

MONEY

MA1-2WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-2WM uses objects, diagrams and technology to explore mathematical problems

MA1-3WM supports conclusions by explaining or demonstrating how answers were obtained

MA1-4NA applies place value, informally, to count, order, read and represent two- and three-digit numbers

(ACMNA017) Recognise, describe and order Australian coins according to their value

recognise that total amounts can be made using different denominations, eg 20 cents can be made using a single coin or two 10-cent coins

Lesson 1 Representing Amounts of Money

Lesson 2 Money

Lesson 3 Ordering/ Calculating with Money

Lesson 4 Tendering Coins

Lesson 5 Exploring Coin Combinations

PATTERNS AND ALGEBRA

MA1-2WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-2WM uses objects, diagrams and technology to explore mathematical problems

MA1-8NA creates, represents and continues a variety of patterns with numbers and objects

• describe a repeating pattern of objects or symbols in terms of a ‘number’ pattern with a ‘two pattern’ or a ‘three pattern’

• make connections between repeating patterns and counting, eg a ‘three’ pattern and skip counting by threes

• model and describe ‘odd’ and ‘even’ numbers using counters paired in two rows

describe the pattern created by modelling odd and even numbers

Lesson 1 Backtracking

Lesson 2 Repeated Addition

Lesson 3 Number Patterns

Lesson 4 Counting by 1s, 2s, 3s and 5s

Lesson 5 Odd and Even Numbers

MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION

MA1-1WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols.

MA1-6NA uses a range of mental strategies and concrete materials for multiplication and division.

• Describe the part left over when a collection cannot be shared equally into a given number of groups

• Model division by sharing a collection of objects into groups of a given size to determine the number of groups, e.g. determine the number of groups when 20 objects are shared into groups of four

Describe the part left over when a collection cannot be distributed equally using the given group size, e.g. when 22 objects are shared into groups of four, there are five groups of four and two objects left over

Lesson 1 Division/Sharing

Lesson 2 Repeated Subtraction

Lesson 3 The Division Symbol

Lesson 4 Connecting Division to Multiplication

Lesson 5 Connecting Multiplication to Division

AREA

MA1-1WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-10MG measures, records, compares and estimates areas using uniform informal units

• Use uniform informal units to measure area by covering the surface in rows or columns without gaps or overlaps

• select and use appropriate uniform informal units to measure area

• explain the relationship between the size of a unit and the number of units needed to measure an area, eg 'I need more tiles than workbooks to measure the area of my desktop'

• describe why the area remains constant when units are rearranged

• describe any parts of units left over when counting uniform informal units to measure area

• use computer software to create a shape and use a simple graphic as a uniform informal unit to measure its area

• record areas by referring to the number and type of uniform informal unit used, eg ‘the area of this surface is 20 tiles’

• estimate areas by referring to the number and type of uniform informal unit used and check by measuring

discuss strategies used to estimate area, eg visualizing the repeated unit

Lesson 1 Covering and Counting Areas with Squares

Lesson 2 Exploring Area

Lesson 3 Covering Areas 1

Lesson 4 Informal Area Units

Lesson 5 Covering Areas 2

MASS

MA1-1WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-12MG measures, records, compares and estimates the masses of objects using uniform informal units

• sort objects on the basis of their mass

• use a pan balance to fond two collections of objects that have the same mass eg a collection of blocks and a collection of counters

use drawings to record findings from using a pan balance

Lesson 1 Comparing Mass 1

Lesson 2 Informal Mass Units

Lesson 3 Comparing Mass 2

Lesson 4 Measuring Mass Using Informal Units

Lesson 5 Working with a Pan Balance

2D SPACE

MA1-2WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-2WM uses objects, diagrams and technology to explore mathematical problems

MA1-15MG manipulates, sorts, represents, describes and explores two-dimensional shapes, including quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons and octagons

• manipulate, compare and describe features of two dimensional shapes, including triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons and octagons

• describe features of two dimensional shapes using the terms ‘side’ and ‘vertex’

• sort two-dimensional shapes by a given attribute, eg by the number of sides or vertices

• explain the attribute used when sorting two-dimensional shapes

• identify and name two-dimensional shapes presented in different orientations according to their number of sides, including using the terms 'triangle', 'quadrilateral', 'pentagon', 'hexagon' and 'octagon',

• recognise that the name of a shape does not change when the shape changes its orientation in space, eg a square turned on its vertex is still a square

• select a shape from a description of its features

• recognise that shapes with the same name may have sides of equal or different lengths

• identify and name shapes embedded in pictures, designs and the environment, eg Aboriginal art

use computer drawing tools to outline shapes embedded in a digital picture or design

Lesson 1 Rectangles and Squares

Lesson 2 Drawing 2D Shapes

Lesson 3 Congruence

Lesson 4 Clockwise Turns

Lesson 5 Different Orientations

Lesson 6 Symmetry

3D SPACE

MA1-1WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-14MG sorts, describes, represents and recognises familiar three-dimensional objects, including cones, cubes, cylinders, spheres and prisms

• sort familiar three dimensional objects according to obvious features, eg ‘All these objects have curved surfaces’

• select and name a familiar three dimensional object from a description of its features, eg find an object with six square faces

• recognise that three dimensional objects look different from different vantage Points

• identify cones, cubes, cylinders and prisms when drawn in different orientations

recognise familiar three dimensional objects from pictures and photographs, and in the environment

Lesson 1 Modelling 3D objects

Lesson 2 Faces, edges and corners

Lesson 3 Top, side and front views

Lesson 4 Three-dimensional objects/faces

Lesson 5 Three-dimensional objects

VOLUME AND CAPACITY

MA1-1WM describes mathematical situations and methods using everyday and some mathematical language, actions, materials, diagrams and symbols

MA1-3WM supports conclusions by explaining or demonstrating how answers were obtained

MA1-11MG measures, records, compares and estimates volumes and capacities using uniform informal units

• pack cubic units (eg blocks) into rectangular containers so that there are no Gaps

• recognise that cubes pack better than other objects in rectangular containers

• measure the volume of a container by filling the container with uniform informal units and counting the number of units used eg, the number of blocks a box can hold

• devise and explain strategies for packing and counting units to fill a box, eg packing in layers and ensuring that there are no gaps between units

• explain that if there are gaps when packing and stacking, this will affect the accuracy of measuring the volume

• record volumes by referring to the number and type of uniform informal unit used

• estimate volumes of containers by referring to the number and type of uniform informal unit used and check by measuring

• -explain a strategy used for estimating a volume

• predict the larger volume of two or more containers and check by measuring using uniform informal units.

estimate the volume of a pile of material and check by measuring, eg estimate how many buckets would be used to form a pile of sand

Lesson 1 Volume of Models

Lesson 2 Comparing Volume by Packing

Lesson 3 Volume

Lesson 4 Measuring Volume

Lesson 5 Exploring Volume – Cubes

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This purchase is for you and your classroom. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy.

Total Pages

578 pages

Answer Key

N/A

Teaching Duration

3 months