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F-10 Curriculum

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This interactive animated presentation includes different scenarios in which visual, geometrical and numerical patterns are identified, explained and described. Students are engaged in extending patterns; and creating and using rules to describe and extend the patterns.

This set of online activities focuses on the development and consolidation of number concepts to 1000 and beyond. This is the fourth of seven levels in a series focusing on whole numbers to six digits. This is the fourth level and develops some ideas about money and shopping. Each level includes interactive drills and practice ...

This set of online activities focuses on the development and consolidation of number concepts to four digits and beyond. This is the fifth of seven levels in a series focusing on whole numbers to six digits. This level develops ideas about place value, rounding and number notation. Each level includes interactive drills ...

In this interactive resource, students are introduced to the formation of patterns of numbers through addition, subtraction, multiplication or division by a constant. This concept is extended to patterns using shapes. This resource is one of a series of online resources from the BBC's Bitesize collection.

This interactive resource introduces students to the meaning of the term 'linear sequence'. Finding the rule both in words or symbols, and in terms of the position in the sequence, is covered in worked examples and in questions for students to attempt. Further terms in the sequence are found by continuing the pattern and ...

This set of online activities focuses on the development and consolidation of early number concepts to 30 and beyond. This is the second of seven levels in a series focusing on whole numbers to six digits. Each level includes interactive drills and practice in a game format, worksheets, diagnostic and assessment materials ...

This set of online activities focuses on the development and consolidation of early number concepts to 100 and beyond. This is the third of seven levels in a series focusing on whole numbers to six digits. This level introduces some ideas about money and shopping. Each level includes interactive drills and practice in a ...

Use a virtual number line to visualise number sequences and to represent and solve addition, subtraction, multiplication and division problems. Free when reviewed on 12/5/2015.

Use this open exploration tool to explore patterns in geometry, fractions, area and perimeter by creating your own shapes or filling in shapes. Use the text tool to annotate your representations. Great for work on fractions, symmetry and area. Free when reviewed on 12/5/2015.

Help monsters in a choir to make animal sounds in order. Make a sequence of up to four sounds. Choose monsters so that their sounds match the sequence. Repeat the pattern to make a song.

Help monsters in a choir to make animal sounds in order. Look at a sequence of two or three shapes: squares, circles and triangles. Choose monsters so that their sounds match the shape pattern. Complete the song by identifying monster sounds missing from the pattern.

Help monsters in a choir to make animal and instrumental sounds in order. Look at a sequence of two or three shapes: squares, circles and triangles. Choose monsters so that their sounds match the shape pattern. Repeat the pattern to make a song.

Make some music by building up rhythms from four instruments. Follow a counting rule that gives a starting point on a number line and the number of beats to skip. Add a whole number several times on the number line to make a pattern. For example, set up a sound pattern where a drum waits on the first note, and then plays ...

Build bridges by adding triangular sections. Each section is made up of three beams. Make bridges in order of increasing widths (increasing by one section each time). Examine a table and graph of the total number of beams used in bridges of different sizes. Predict the number of beams needed to build a wider span. Describe ...

Build bridges by adding triangular sections (each made up of three beams). Make bridges in order of increasing widths (increasing by at least one section each time). Examine a table and graph of the total number of beams used in bridges of different sizes. Predict the number of beams needed to build a wider span. Describe ...

Build bridges by adding quadrilateral sections (each made up of four beams). Examine a table and graph of the total number of beams used in bridges of different sizes. Predict the number of beams needed to build bridges with wider spans. Describe the number pattern. This learning object is the third in a series of five ...

Work out how many acrobats are needed to form square-shaped human towers. Start by building a square tower with four acrobats: two acrobats in the base layer and two acrobats standing on their shoulders. Examine a table and graph of the total number of acrobats in the towers. Predict the number of acrobats needed to build ...

Work out how many acrobats are needed to form prism-shaped human towers. Start by building a triangular prism with six acrobats: three acrobats in the base layer and three acrobats standing on their shoulders. Examine a table and graph of the total number of acrobats in the towers. Predict the number of acrobats needed ...

Work out how many acrobats are needed to form towers in the shape of rectangular prisms. Start by building a prism with twelve acrobats: six acrobats in the base layer and six acrobats standing on their shoulders. Examine a table and graph of the total number of acrobats in the towers. Predict the number of acrobats needed ...

Arrange train carriages according to numbers on their sides. The numbers are represented in a range of formats such as words, numerals, dice dots or counting frames. Identify the numbers that come before and after starting numbers. Begin with numbers up to ten. Move on to work with larger numbers such as 40 and 50. Practise ...