Browse and download our classic Foundation to Year 10 sequences, aligned with the Australian Curriculum V8.4.

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Year 3

Students learn about statistical variation by comparing playdough 'licorice sticks' made by hand and with a machine.

Year 4

Students explore the moves of the king on a number chart and observe how the value of the numbers change as the king moves.

Year 4

Students experiment with adding and subtracting odd and even numbers to form generalisations about the properties of odds and evens.

Year 4

Students use 20 matchsticks to create a range of different triangles and form generalisations about the possible side lengths required.

Year 4

Three exemplar tasks and an assessment rubric show how students develop in analysing problems, generalising findings and justifying results.

Year 4

Three exemplar tasks and an assessment rubric show how students develop in analysing problems, generalising findings and justifying results.

Year 4

Expanding a square is an art technique that flips cut-out shapes from the inside to the outside. Students design one that flips out half the area.

Year 4

Students cut trapeziums in two with one straight line to create new shapes, then identify the new shapes based on their properties.

Year 4

Students find the most cost-efficient way to package and post a collection of items through Australia Post.

Year 4

Students create avatars and explore animals in a mix and match book. The key idea of multiplication as a Cartesian product is introduced.

Year 4

Students are given different tiling designs for a courtyard, calculate prices for individual tiles and identify the cheapest tiling pattern.

Year 4

Students explore counting in base 8 in order to build a better understanding of the importance of place value in our base 10 number system.

Year 4

Students use a set of soccer scores to explore statistical questions about averages and "fair shares".

Year 5

Students identify similar and dissimilar properties of sets of numbers. Annotated work samples illustrate assessment of developing reasoning capabilities.

Year 5

Students use the context of bumper car rides to explore the relationship between the perimeter and area of rectangles.