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### Activities that promote Digital Technologies concepts and incorporate Numeracy: part 6: Using literature as a springboard to Numeracy and Digital Technologies

This video provides suggestions for ways in which Digital Technologies can be used to develop students' learning in the Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions.

### Activities that promote Digital Technologies concepts and incorporate Numeracy: part 1: Introduction and overview: accessing the Australian Curriculum National Numeracy Learning progression

This video provides an introduction to the ways in which Digital Technologies can be used to develop students' learning in the Numeracy Learning Progression.

### Numeracy learning progression and Digital Technologies

This PDF illustrates how the National Numeracy Learning Progression can be used with Digital Technologies to support student progress in literacy.

### Exploring mysterious shapes

Join QuanQuan and Jenny as they explore some weird and wonderful shapes! While watching this clip, think about the sides, edges, surfaces and volumes of the shapes that are demonstrated. How are these shapes different from regular 2D and 3D forms?

### Maths Years 3–6 with Miss White: Subtraction without regrouping

In this lesson, Miss White teaches you how to complete formal subtraction problems without regrouping. She demonstrates how to set up and solve the subtraction questions correctly, and she provides opportunities for you to have a go at home.

### How do interest rates work?

What are interest rates? What determines the interest rates in Australia? And how do interest rates affect the economy? Listen as Dr Ashton de Silva explains.

### Maths Years F–1 with Miss James: Worded problems with addition and subtraction

In this lesson, Miss James needs your detective skills to solve some addition and subtraction problems. Look for clue words that will help you to decide if you should add or subtract, then try to challenge one of your family members at home!

### Maths Years 3–6 with Miss White: Addition without regrouping

In this lesson, Miss White teaches you how to complete formal addition problems without regrouping. She demonstrates how to set up and solve the addition questions correctly, and she provides opportunities for you to have a go at home.

### BTN: Yes, fashion designers need maths skills!

Are you interested in becoming a fashion designer? Or an architect? Or a pilot? Did you know that you need maths skills to succeed in all of these careers? Watch this video to learn how fashion designer Cristina uses maths in her work. How does architect Thomas use it? And why is maths important to pilot Paul? Can you think ...

### Comparing fuel consumption

Is it more fuel efficient to drive or fly between two places? Watch this clip and learn how to calculate the answer. What are the various factors that need to be taken into account? This video was made using the American measurement of gallons per hour, American firgures for the average number of passengers in a car and ...

### Maths Years 3–6 with Miss White: Subtraction with regrouping

In this lesson, Miss White teaches you how to use regrouping to complete formal subtraction problems. She will introduce you to a helpful rhyme, which will help you when you're trying to solve tricky subtraction questions.

### Numbers Count: Adding two numbers

How many different ways can you think of to add two numbers to reach ten? Watch this video to learn them all!

### Numbers Count: Importance of zero

How important is zero in place value? How would you write '50' if there was no zero?

### Maths Years 3–6 with Miss White: Calculating change using vertical subtraction

In this lesson, Miss White teaches you how to complete formal subtraction problems that involve regrouping. She will teach you how to regroup multiple times, and she will teach you how to calculate your change when you go shopping.

### Fun with fractals

Do you know how to recognise a fractal? Watch this video to find out! What are the examples given of fractals found in nature? Can you think of any others? Why not have a go at doing your own drawing of the Sierpinski Triangle?

### BTN: What is an abacus?

An abacus is a tool that helps people solve maths problems. Why might some people still use, and encourage the use of, an abacus when there are more contemporary tools like calculators?

### Maths Years F–1 with Miss James: Subtraction using concrete and pictorial strategies

In this lesson, Miss James teaches you how to solve subtraction problems using counters and pictures. She demonstrates how to set up and solve the subtraction questions correctly, and she provides opportunities for you to have a go at home.

### Numbers Count: Chance and playing with dice

Have you ever played a game that required you to roll a dice? Did you know that you have equal chances of rolling any of the six numbers? Can you think of another experiment where you have an equal chance of getting one result or the other?

### Maths Years F–1 with Miss James: Subtraction using a number line

In this lesson, Miss James teaches you the valuable “counting back” strategy to help you solve tricky subtraction problems. She demonstrates how to use a number line correctly, and she provides opportunities for you to have a go at home.

### Maths Years F–1 with Miss James: Addition using concrete and pictorial strategies

In this lesson, Miss James teaches you how to solve addition problems using counters and pictures. She demonstrates how to set up and solve the addition questions correctly, and she provides opportunities for you to have a go at home.