**A complex dot-to-dot where students order square numbers.**

Use this teaching resource in small group rotations.

Students will enjoy seeing the picture take shape as they join the dots using their knowledge of square numbers.

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Updated: 30 Sep 2023

A complex dot-to-dot where students order square numbers.

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Years: 5 - 7

#### ACMNA122

Identify and describe properties of prime, composite, square and triangular numbers

#### ACMNA134

Explore the use of brackets and order of operations to write number sentences

#### AC9M6N02

Identify and describe the properties of prime, composite and square numbers and use these properties to solve problems and simplify calculations

#### AC9M6A02

Find unknown values in numerical equations involving brackets and combinations of arithmetic operations, using the properties of numbers and operations

**A complex dot-to-dot where students order square numbers.**

Use this teaching resource in small group rotations.

Students will enjoy seeing the picture take shape as they join the dots using their knowledge of square numbers.

#### ACMNA122

Identify and describe properties of prime, composite, square and triangular numbers

#### ACMNA134

Explore the use of brackets and order of operations to write number sentences

#### AC9M6N02

Identify and describe the properties of prime, composite and square numbers and use these properties to solve problems and simplify calculations

#### AC9M6A02

Find unknown values in numerical equations involving brackets and combinations of arithmetic operations, using the properties of numbers and operations

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Zuriette Du Plessis·The Dot-to-Dot picture resources are such a creative way to consolidate the concepts and keeping students engaged. Thank you for creative resources!

Tom (Teach Starter)·Hi Zuriette, Thank you so much for your wonderful feedback! We have enjoyed blending new concepts with dot-to-dots and I am sure your students will enjoy them too!