A set of nine posters with clear examples of multiplication strategies.
A versatile set of templates that can be used for number sentences and much more.
21 Numeracy Exit Ticket activities for students to provide evidence of their learning progress.
A PowerPoint providing a series of warm up activities for Year 3 students across the Mathematics curriculum.
An active game that allows students to practise their multiplication facts.
Build number sense skills with this set of 24 task cards.
Build number sense skills with this set of 40 task cards.
Build multiplication fact fluency with this set of 24 task cards.
A whole class active game that encourages learning through a physical setting.
A teaching resource to help students identify the symbols and associated vocabulary for mathematical operations.
The Bar Model is a teaching and learning strategy for mathematical problem solving which can be applied to all operations.
Four posters to display in the classroom explaining the elements of multiplication and division number sentences.
An information sheet for parents or carers to use when assisting children with multiplication and division at home.
A mathematics investigation involving financial planning, embedded in a real-world context.
An engaging 44 slide interactive PowerPoint to use in the classroom when learning about money and financial mathematics
16 number worksheets linked to the Australian Curriculum.
A set of 20 problem solving questions suited to year 3 students.
A 63 slide editable PowerPoint Template for problem solving in mathematics.
A set of 12 task cards relating to simple financial transactions.
13 posters outlining mental maths strategies for multiplication.
A chart to record the progress of your students' multiplication level.
Twenty word problem cards for division and multiplication using numbers 0-50.
A collection of number talks teaching resources that support meaningful and highly engaging conversations in the mathematics classroom.
A comprehensive resource pack for parents to help Year 3 and Year 4 children with multiplication and division.