1-1: Multiplication – Multiplication toss

This activity will support your child to represent multiplication as an array of rows and columns on grid paper.

1-2: Fractions – Baking with fractions

In this package your child will learn that fractions are used in everyday activities and investigate equivalent fractions.

1-3: Addition and subtraction – Let's get magical!

In this activity your child will use magic tricks to develop mathematical reasoning and practise their skills in mental computation.

1-4: Chance – Basketball toss

In this activity your child will play a game and use a variety of ways to record their scores.

1-5: Addition and subtraction – Closest to 100

In this activity your child will play a game to practise using a range of appropriate strategies when solving addition and subtraction problems.

2-1: Place value

In this task your child will develop their understanding of place value by playing a game.

2- 2: Reasoning with squares

In this task your child will develop reasoning skills through paper folding activities.

2-3: Measuring muffins

In this task your child will develop measurement skills through baking muffins or another recipe of your choice.

2-4: Patterns

In this task your child will be noticing and describing patterns using words and representations.

2- 5: Keeping to a budget

In this task your child will use strategies to add and subtract 4-digit numbers with decimals.

5-1: Colour in fractions

This activity offers your child the opportunity to represent fractions, develop a sense of the relative size of fractions, practise the language associated with fractions and explore the concept of equivalence.

5-2: Imagining fractions

This activity offers your child the opportunity to represent fractions, develop a sense of the relative size of fractions, practise the language associated with fractions and explore the concept of equivalence.

5-3: youcubed math cards

This activity offers your child the opportunity to develop their understanding of multiplication without time constraints.

5-4: Origami cube and net exploration

This activity offers your child the opportunity to explore how a net requires each face to be connected to at least one other face.

5-5: Dot card talk 2

This activity is designed to get your child thinking about different ways we can think about numbers in particular multiplicative situations.

3-1: Mystery spinner

Your child will make a spinner then solve a problem to strengthen their understanding of chance and probability.

3-2: Inside seven squares

Your child will work through a task to solve a problem about area.

3-3: Totality

In this task your child will play a strategic game of addition.

3-4: Sponge art transformations

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

3-5: All the digits

In this task your child will think about place value and the way that written strategies for multiplication work.

4-1: Dicey addition

This task offers your child the opportunity to work flexibly with numbers and use their knowledge of landmark numbers (for example; multiples of fives and tens) and number facts.

4-2: Super shapes

This task offers your child the opportunity to practise using addition and subtraction and supports their understanding of this inverse relationship.

4-3: Which one doesn’t belong?

This task offers your child the opportunity to think about what they know, notice and provide mathematical reasons for their thinking.

4-4: youcubed number visuals

This task is designed to offer your child the opportunity to see numbers, investigate interesting representation of numbers and think about factors and multiples.

4-5: Same and different

This task encourages your child to share what they know about numbers, patterns and multiplicative thinking.

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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