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Number and Algebra
Pizza for lunch
AC content descriptors: ACMNA102, ACMNA103
Students will recognise and model fractions flexibly using materials and diagrams to perform addition or subtraction of fractions with like denominators.
AC content descriptor: ACMNA106
Students will make calculations with money amounts, make financial decisions and create simple financial plans.
Crack the code
AC content descriptor: ACMNA107
Students will create number patterns involving adding and subtracting whole numbers and fractions.
Measurement and Geometry
Patrolling the perimeter
AC content descriptor: ACMMG109
Students will measure the dimensions of rectangles (including squares) in the environment then estimate and measure the perimeters of rectangles (including squares) using metric units. They will calculate the perimeter of rectangles using familiar metric units.
AC content descriptor: ACMMG111
Students will use the features and properties of three-dimensional (3D) objects to identify and create nets of 3D objects. They will connect 3D objects with their nets and other two-dimensional representations.
AC content descriptor: ACMMG112
Students will identify the components and properties of angles, identify right angles and compare angles, classifying them in relation to right angles.
AC content descriptors: ACMMG114, ACMMG115
Students will transform and enlarge shapes using a grid. They will describe translations, reflections and rotations of two-dimensional shapes, apply the enlargement transformation to familiar two-dimensional shapes and explore the properties of the resulting image compared with the original.
Statistics and Probability
AC content descriptors: ACMSP116, ACMSP117
Students will calculate the sum of probabilities for a chance experiment and compare frequency predictions with actual data. They will list outcomes of chance experiments involving equally likely outcomes, represent probabilities of those outcomes using fractions and recognise that probabilities range from 0 to 1.