These posters explain and give examples of the following mental strategies for addition & subtraction:
Adding / Subtracting 9
Adding / Subtracting 11
Bridging to nearest 10
Count on / count back
Use when teaching the Rainbow song (Auslan) to your students. They colour the rainbow picture according to each Auslan colour sign. Each line of the rainbow has a different colour sign (Red, yellow, pink, blue). The trees have a Green Auslan sign on
Draw a line to match the Auslan Feeling sign to the correct emojie.
Pages 2-3 are worksheets to label the correct Auslan feelings signs. One has answers for tracing, the other is blank for older students to write the word themselves.
Write the name of each country sign. Then cut out the flags and paste them to the correct box. The first one (England) has been completed as an example.
Also included are flash cards for each country/flag that can be used for Matching or Memory
Play in pairs or threes.
Make the dice by gluing or sticky-taping the grey tabs and folding into a cube.
Player 1 rolls both dice and adds the total of the two numbers. He then colours the section of the shoe picture that contains that total
Some Mime practice ideas to get your class communicating through gesture and role play. Take turns to stand out front and draw a mime card from the pile. There are 18 different cards including ideas such as:
"You see $2 on the ground but every time
Students draw a line to match the Auslan emotion sign to the correct character who shows that emotion.
There is an easy and hard version. Easy version is suitable for Prep-1, harder version is suitable for Grade 2-3.
Teach students vocab for community places (e.g. police station, post office, supermarket, doctor, church, restaurant, school, hospital).
Each building picture along the top row is different. Students have to visually track the line that leads from
Students demonstrate recall of Auslan question signs by cutting/pasting them at the beginning of each sentence to make it make sense
e.g. WHEN does the train arrive?
WHERE do you live?
**Yes, I am aware that this is not proper Auslan grammar