***NEW AS REQUESTED*** 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 adapt to the scope and sequence used at your school.
AN ENTIRE 11 WEEK MATHS PROGRAM FOR YEARS 3 AND 4!!!!
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!
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.
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 Click Here
Addition and Subtraction Click Here
Multiplication and Division Click Here
Patterns and Algebra Click Here
Fractions and Decimals Click Here
Data and Position Click Here
Length Click Here
2D Space Click Here
Volume and Capacity Click Here
Mass Click Here
Outcomes and Content Addressed and Lessons:
Uses appropriate terminology to describe, and symbols to represent, mathematical ideas.
Selects and uses appropriate mental or written strategies, or technology, to solve problems.
Checks the accuracy of a statement and explains the reasoning used.
Applies place value to order, read and represent numbers of up to five digits.
1. Counts forwards and backwards by tens/hundreds on/off the decade, arrange in ascending/descending order and identify place value up to four digits.
2. Counts forwards and backwards by tens/hundreds on/off the decade, arrange in ascending/descending order and identify place value up to five digits.
Lesson 1 Working with Numbers in a Context
Lesson 2 Identifying Numbers on a Number Line
Lesson 3 Locating Numbers on a Number Line
Lesson 4 Working with Relative Position
Lesson 5 Comparing and Ordering Three-Digit Numbers
Lesson 6 Comparing and Ordering Four-Digit Numbers
Lesson 7 Working with Place Value
Addition and Subtraction:
Uses mental and written strategies for addition and subtraction involving two-, three-, four- and five-digit numbers.
1. Use a range of mental strategies (jump, split, compensation) for addition and subtraction involving two-four digit numbers.
2. Use a range of mental strategies (jump, split, compensation) for addition and subtraction involving two-five digit numbers. Apply place value to partition, rearrange and re-group numbers to minimum of five-digits.
Lesson 1 Revising Mental Strategies for Addition and Subtraction
Lesson 2 Using the Jump Strategy for Addition and Subtraction
Lesson 3 Using the Split Strategy for Addition
Lesson 4 Using the Compensation Strategy for Addition and Subtraction
Lesson 5 Using Place Value to Subtract
Multiplication and Division:
Uses mental and informal written strategies for multiplication and division.
1. Recognise and use the symbols for multiplied by (×), divided by (÷) and equals (=). Use mental strategies to count and recall 1x, 2x, 5x, 10x and related division facts. Understands that 5x8= 8x5.
2. Use mental strategies to count and recall 4x, 6x, 7x, 8x, 9x and related inverse division facts. Use mental strategies to build multiplication facts. Understands that 5x8= 8x5. Use the term 'product' to describe the result of multiplying two or more numbers. Find multiples of a given whole number.
Lesson 1 Revising Multiplication Facts (2, 5, 10)
Lesson 2 Investigating the Remaining Multiplication Facts and Their Turnaround Facts
Lesson 3 Working with Multiples and Multiplication
Lesson 4 Connecting Multiplication and Division
Lesson 5 Reinforcing the “Think Multiplication” Strategy
Patterns and Algebra:
Generalises properties of odd and even numbers, generates number patterns, and completes simple number sentences by calculating missing values.
1. Describe, continue and create number patterns resulting from performing addition or subtraction. Model, describe and then record number patterns using diagrams, words or symbols.
2. Use equivalent number sentences involving addition and subtraction to find unknown quantities. Find the missing value in a number sentence. Investigate and use the properties of even and odd numbers.
Lesson 1 Investigating Odd and Even Number Patterns
Lesson 2 Investigating Addition Number Patterns
Lesson 3 Investigating Subtraction Number Patterns
Lesson 4 Writing Equivalent Number Sentences
Lesson 5 Extending Addition Number Patterns
Fractions and Decimals:
Represent, models and compares commonly used fractions and decimals.
1. Use the terms 'fraction', 'denominator' and 'numerator' appropriately when referring to fractions. Model and represent unit fractions, including halves, thirds, quarters and fifths and their multiples, to a complete whole.
2. Investigate equivalent fractions. Model, compare and represent fractions with denominators of 2, 4, 8, 3, 6, 5, 10 and 100 using concrete materials, diagrams and number lines.
Lesson 1 Writing Fraction Words
Lesson 2 Writing Common Fractions
Lesson 3 Relating Fractions to Division
Lesson 4 Locating Fractions on a Number Line
Lesson 5 Exploring Different Ways to Make One Whole
Data and Position:
Uses simple maps and grids to represent position and follow routes, including using compass directions.
Selects appropriate methods to collect data, and constructs, compares, interprets and evaluates data displays, including tables, picture graphs and column graphs.
1. Conduct surveys. Construct vertical/horizontal picture graphs and simple column graphs with/without technology with 1:1 correspondence. Create and interpret simple grid maps to show position and pathways.
2. Conduct surveys. Construct vertical/horizontal picture graphs and simple column graphs with/without technology with 1:1 correspondence. Use simple scales, legends and directions to interpret information contained in basic maps.
Lesson 1 Collecting Data on a Topic of Interest
Lesson 2 Interpreting and Constructing a Picture Graph
Lesson 3 Interpreting a Horizontal Bar Graph
Lesson 4 Working with Symbols and a Legend
Lesson 5 Drawing Maps
Measures, records, compares and estimates lengths, distances, and perimeters in metres, centimetres and millimetres, and measures, compares and records temperatures.
1. Measure, order, record and compare objects using familiar metric units of length, eg 1 m 25 cm. Estimate length and distances using informal/formal units of measurements.
2. Select and use appropriate scaled instruments to estimate, measure and compare lengths and distances eg tape measure, ruler and trundle wheel.
Lesson 1 Working With Centimetres
Lesson 2 Writing Lengths in Metres and Centimetres
Lesson 3 Unit of Measurement – mm and cm
Lesson 4 Converting Measures
Lesson 5 Review and Reflect: Length
Manipulates, identifies and sketches two-dimensional shapes, including special quadrilaterals, and describes their features.
1. Compare and describe features of two-dimensional shapes, including the special quadrilaterals (parallelograms, rectangles, rhombuses, squares, trapeziums and Kites). Determine the number of pairs of parallel sides. Identify and name the special quadrilaterals presented in different orientations, explain why a particular quadrilateral has a given name, eg 'It is a parallelogram.
2. Compare and describe two-dimensional shapes that result from combining and splitting common shapes, with and without the use of digital technologies. Combine common two-dimensional shapes, including special quadrilaterals, to form other common shapes or designs. Follow written or verbal instructions to create a common shape using a specified set of two or more common shapes.
Lesson 1 Drawing 2D Shapes
Lesson 2 Quadrilaterals
Lesson 3 Combining 2D Shapes
Lesson 4 Naming Polygons
Lesson 5 Review and Reflect 2D Shapes
Volume and Capacity:
Measures, records, compares and estimates volumes and capacities using litres, millilitres and cubic centimetres.
1. Use the litre as a unit to measure volumes and capacities to the nearest litre. Relate the litre to familiar everyday containers, eg milk cartons. Recognise that one-litre containers can be a variety of shapes. Record volumes and capacities using the abbreviation for litres (L). Compare and order two or more containers by capacity measured in litres. Estimate the capacity of a container in litres and check by measuring. Construct three-dimensional objects using cubic-centimetre blocks and count the blocks to determine the volumes of the objects. Record volumes using the abbreviation for cubic centimetres (cm3). Compare the volumes of two or more objects made from cubic-centimetre blocks by counting blocks.
2. Use scaled instruments to measure and compare capacities. Recognise the need for a formal unit smaller than the litre to measure volume and capacity. Recognise that there are 1000 millilitres in one litre, ie 1000 millilitres = 1 litre. Relate the millilitre to familiar everyday containers and familiar informal units, eg 250 mL fruit juice containers, 1 teaspoon is approximately 5 mL. Make a measuring device calibrated in multiples of 100 mL to measure volume and capacity to the nearest 100 mL. Use the millilitre as a unit to measure volume and capacity, using a device calibrated in millilitres. Record volumes and capacities using the abbreviation for millilitres (mL). Compare and order the capacities of two or more containers measured in millilitres.
Lesson 1 Measuring with Litres and working with Parts of a Litre
Lesson 2 Introducing Millilitres
Lesson 3 Relating Millilitres to Litres
Lesson 4 Exploring and Calculating Volume
Lesson 5 Review/Reflect: Problem Solving Involving Volume and Capacity
Measures, records, compare and estimates the masses of objects using kilograms and grams.
1. Recognise the need for a formal unit to measure mass. Use the kilogram as a unit to measure mass, using a pan balance associate kilogram measures with familiar objects. Recognise that objects with a mass of one kilogram can be a variety of shapes and sizes. Record masses using the abbreviation for kilograms (kg). Compare and order two or more objects by mass measured to the nearest kilogram.
2. Recognise the need for a formal unit smaller than the kilogram. Recognise that there are 1000 grams in one kilogram, i.e. 1000 grams = 1 kilogram. Record masses using the abbreviation for grams (g). Record masses using kilograms and grams, e.g. 1 kg 200 g.
Lesson 1 Introduction to the Topic
Lesson 2 Exploring Kilograms
Lesson 3 Working with Parts of a Kilogram
Lesson 4 Introducing Grams
Lesson 5 Review/Reflect: Problem Solving with Mass
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