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

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Year 5

Students work with decimals to measure, record, compare and analyse reaction times of students in their class.

Year 5

Students use bar models to represent the mathematical quantities and relationships in a word problem, thus improving problem solving ability.

Year 5

Students fold boxes from proportional squares of paper then use multiplicative reasoning to compare the two boxes.

Year 5

Students construct stories to interpret information in unlabelled graphs, then measure, graph and compare the viscosity of different liquids.

Year 5

Students investigate strategies to share lamingtons fairly amongst students, where each student receives some fraction of a lamington.

Year 5

Students observe and make graphs of different motions. They strengthen the concept of speed, and see that unbalanced forces produce change in motion.

Year 5

Students learn a range of strategies for multi-digit multiplication through the context of preparing cupcakes in a bakery.

Year 6

Students explore patterns in the numbers of components needed to make chicken cages for a poultry show. They find and explain rules based on the number of cages.

Year 6

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

Year 6

Nets and other features of 3D objects are explored to design and construct a box that can hold two pyramids.

Year 6

Students use the bar model method flexibly to solve multi-step word problems involving four operations with whole numbers and fractions.

Year 6

Students are introduced to negative numbers through a real world context, and build a reliable mental model for working with negative numbers.

Year 6

Students sort fractions based on whether they are closer to 0, ½ or 1, then find fractions "in-between" given fractions and their benchmarks.

Year 6

Students locate points on a Cartesian plane, measure distances, and devise problem-solving strategies.

Year 6

Students play rock paper scissors and a variant and investigate their chances of winning.