1-1: Addition and subtraction – Strike it out!

This is a great activity to increase skills in reasoning, working collaboratively, and applying knowledge of strategies used to add and subtract.

1-2: Mental strategies – Number busting

This activity provides opportunities for your child to use mental maths strategies helping to improve their understanding of numbers.

1-3: Place value – 101 and you’re out

This activity helps in developing a good number sense which is important because it encourages your child to think in flexible ways, promoting confidence when working with numbers.

1-4: Combinations to 10 – Sam and Holly’s problem

This activity explores and builds on your child’s knowledge of the combinations to 10.

1-5: Mathematical reasoning – Building towers

This activity helps develop mathematical reasoning and communicating whilst also supporting number sense.

2-1: Basketball toss

In this activity your child will explore different methods to collect, interpret and evaluate data.

2-2: Counting game – Part 1

This activity provides opportunities for your child to use mental maths strategies helping to improve their understanding of numbers.

2-3: Counting game – Part 2

This activity helps in developing a good number sense which is important because it encourages your child to think in flexible ways, promoting confidence when working with numbers.

2-4: Handfuls

In this activity your child will be estimating how many objects in a collection.

2-5: Explore patterns – Part 1

In this activity your child will be exploring patterns.

2-6: Explore patterns – Part 2

In this activity your child will be exploring patterns.

3-1: One big triangle

This task will encourage strategies for working out numbers that combine to make 10.

3-2: Complete the square

This task is excellent for helping to reinforce your child’s understanding of the properties of squares.

3-3: Writing digits

This task provides meaningful practice of writing and ordering the numbers from 1 to 20.

3-4: Sponge art transformations

In this task your child will create a painting while investigating flips, slides and turns.

3-5: Sitting around the party tables

This task gives children an opportunity to explore some number relationships.

4-1: Go fish

This task will help your child identify relationships between numbers.

4- 2: Race to zero

This game helps your child develop their confidence in using a range of strategies for subtraction.

4-3: Which one doesn’t belong?

This number talk and activity encourages your child to look for the patterns that make things different and similar.

4-4: Turn over three

This game will help your child look for relationships between numbers, develop flexibility in how they work with numbers and develop fluency in number facts.

4-5: Capture ten

This game will help your child develop fluency in looking at combinations to ten, finding landmark numbers and renaming collections using place value.

5- 1: Doubles facts concentration

This activity builds fluency of doubles facts as well as in making sense of different visual representations.

5-2: Go fish -teen and -ty

In this task your child will play a card game using -teen and -ty numbers.

5-3: Dotty six

This game focuses on some key mathematical skills including counting, representations and combining quantities.

5-4: Maths explosion 7 feet follow up

This task offers your child the opportunity to measure length using uniform informal units.

5-5: Numberblocks - Stampolines follow up

This task offers your child the opportunity to explore the smaller numbers than make up larger numbers.

These learning packages have been designed for use in the home in the event that you are unable to access the learning provided by your school or your school is temporarily unable to provide a learning program. Each learning package has options for students who may find the work too difficult or too easy. We recognise that students across NSW have a diverse range of learning needs and some of these materials may need to be adjusted to support your child.


Further support for students with diverse needs when learning at home can be found at:

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