Mathematics – Stage 1 – Year B – Unit 31

This sample Stage 1 unit develops student knowledge, understanding and skills of place value, number representation and data.

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Students are provided with opportunities to:

  • investigate the base 10 numerical system
  • quantify, organise and represent a variety of collections
  • order and compare numbers through different representations
  • collect and organise categorical data
  • interpret data to ask questions and make informed decisions
  • identify simple objects on a map and describe their position in relation to another object
  • create and follow instructions along a path from the beginning to the end.

Syllabus focus and content group

Representing whole numbers A – MAO-WM-01, MA1-RWN-01, MA1-RWN-02
  • Use counting sequences of ones with two-digit numbers and beyond
  • Represent numbers on a line
  • Represent the structure of groups of ten in whole numbers
Representing whole numbers B– MAO-WM-01, MA1-RWN-01, MA1-RWN-02
  • Use counting sequences of ones and tens flexibly
  • Form, regroup, and rename three-digit numbers
Combining and separating quantities A – MAO-WM-01, MA1-CSQ-01
  • Use advanced count-by-one strategies to solve addition and subtraction problems
Combining and separating quantities B – MAO-WM-01, MA1-CSQ-01
  • Represent and reason about additive relations
  • Form multiples of ten when adding and subtracting two-digit numbers
  • Use knowledge of equality to solve related problems
Forming groups A – MAO-WM-01, MA1-FG-01
  • Model and use equal groups of objects to represent multiplication
Geometric measure A – MAO-WM-01, MA1-GM-01
  • Position: Follow directions to familiar locations
Geometric measure B – MAO-WM-01, MA1-GM-01
  • Position: Explore simple maps of familiar locations
Data B – MAO-WM-01, MA1-DATA-02
  • Identify a question of interest and gather relevant data
  • Create displays of data and interpret them

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