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4:01 Number lines
Number lines use counting by 1s to 20, by 10s to 100, by 100s to 1 000 and by 1000s to 10 000. A number line with 1 700, 1 800, 1 900 and 2 000 could be used as a time line. Blank number lines with varying graduations are shown also.
4:02 Place value
Blank numeral expanders, abacuses and place value cards are drawn to be used for representing 3- and 4-digit numbers.
4:03 Place value: numeral expanders
Numeral expanders are provided for representing 3- and 4-digit numbers.
Three addition and subtraction webs with numbers and three blank addition and subtraction webs are given.
A practice page for addition and subtraction facts to 10 and 20.
Blank 2- , 3- and 4-digit number algorithms are given for addition and subtraction.
4:07 Addition and subtraction algorithms: ...
Blank 2- and 3-digit number algorithms are given for addition and subtraction of decimals.
4:08 Multiplication tables
The multiplication tables are shown from x1 to x10 as a whole and also with a place for answers.
4:09 Multiplication grids
A blank and a completed multiplication grid are shown for tables to x10.
4:10 Multiplication webs
Nine multiplication webs and three multiplication single line grids are drawn . The multiplying number can be determined for each part.
4:11 Related multiplication tables
Empty grids for the related table facts, x2 and x4, x3 and x6, x5 and x10, x2, x4 and x8 and x3, x6 and x9 are given.
4:12 Multiplication facts
Multiplication examples are written as number sentences, algorithms and blank algorithms to be completed with an answer.
4:13 Division facts
Division exercises are written as blank number sentences to be completed from a multiplication table, number sentences requiring an answer, blank algorithms and algorithms requiring answers only.
4:14 Fractions of a whole
Circles, squares, octagons and rectangles are divided into varying numbers of parts. Some parts are to be coloured and fractions for those parts are to be recorded.
4:15 Fractions number lines
Number lines are shown for halves, quarters, eighths, fifths and tenths. Number lines with blank fraction boxes compare eighths and quarters and tenths and fifths.
4:16 Comparing fractions
Diagrams for comparing halves, quarters and eighths and fifths and tenths are given with empty fraction boxes for recording fractions that are equal, greater and less than those chosen.
4:17 Place value of decimals
Hundred squares have varying numbers of squares shaded. Under these the fraction, expanded fraction in numbers and words, the decimal place card number and the decimal number are to be recorded.
4:18 Australian notes exercise
The front and back of the 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 dollar notes are shown with the value blanked out.
4:19 Chance pictures
A set of six pictures display situations that can be discussed using chance language with explanations about what is happening and what may happen.
4:20 More chance pictures
A set of six pictures display situations that can be discussed using chance language with explanations about what is happening and what may happen.
4:21 Chance materials and language
A set of nine boxes contain materials (eg dice, spinners,pegs) used in chance experiments and games are displayed as well as five words related to chance events.
4:22 Clock faces
Twenty blank analog clock faces.
4:23 Clock faces and the calendar
One row of analog clock faces has Roman numerals, another only the numbers 3, 6, 9 and 12 and the third has no notation. Two rows of digital clock faces, a calendar month for March 2013 and a calendar blank are shown.
4:24 Centimetre grid paper
A sheet of one centimetre grid paper.
4:25 Centimetre dot paper
A one centimetre dot paper page.
4:26 Isometric grid paper
Isometric paper with large spaces .
4:27 Isometric dot paper
Isometric dot paper.
4:28 Merit cards
Two merit cards could be used as incentives.
4:29 Investigations
A sample investigation is given: to investigate special types of numbers.
4:30 Investigation proforma
A proforma is given for use in writing investigations.