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Counting a variety of things.

Sorting and counting activities.

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How many flowers, balls etc can you see in the picture?

How many boats, trains, bikes and buses can you see in the picture?

Looking for similarities in groups of sorted objects.

Explaining the criteria for sorting into groups - there may be more than one possible answer.

Guess how many objects and then count to see how accurate you are!

Sorting a variety of fruit into groups.

Sorting a variety of objects into groups.

Explaining answers: counting forwards and backwards.

## Making number sentences and using number cards

Children will be asked to find different ways of making numbers using addition and subtraction. Number cards are an excellent resource in the classroom for this type of activity.

Use number cards to find different ways of making 3.

How many ways can you make 4 using the cards shown?

How many ways can you make 5 using the numbers and signs?

Use number cards to find different ways of making 6.

How many ways can you make 8 using the numbers on the cards?

How many ways can you add 2 numbers to make 7?

Use cards to make numbers.

Use cards to make numbers, including zero.

## Reasoning about money

Using coins is a great way to explore different ways of making amounts. The later pages on shopping require logical thinking and children should be able to explain verbally or on paper how they reached their answers.

How many ways can you pay 8p?

What coins could you use to buy the ragdoll?

What shapes can you buy for 10p? Costs according to the number of sides the shape has.

Solving 2-step problems with money up to 10p.

2-step money problems.

More shopping: 2-step problems with whole pounds.

Simple reasoning with small amounts of money.

Reasoning skills with small amounts of money.

## Reasoning about addition and subtraction

Plenty of opportunity to select numbers and add and subtract to reach totals. Finding all the possible combinations can be an important part of these activities.

A first look at word problems needing addition or subtraction to solve.

More problem solving where addition or subtraction is needed.

Sharks know that there's more than one way to catch a fish. And there's usually lots of ways to make a total by adding two numbers.

'How many ways?' investigation using 7, 8 and 9.

How many different answers can you get?

Three darts to score on the board. Good adding up revision.

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Make subtraction sentences using the numbers around the hexagon.

Put the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 onto the grid so that both lines add up to the same total. How many ways?

Can you put the numbers in the circles so that each side of the triangle adds up to 9?

Pick three numbers from those shown and add them. How many different additions can you find?

Completing missing symbols in number sentences.

Completing number sentences using more and less than.

Completing simple number patterns.

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How many different ways can the ice lolly be coloured, using just two colours?

How many different ways can you put the cubes in the boxes?

How many rectangles can be made?

How many ways can the 9 tiles be put together to make a square?

How many ways can I join 4 triangles to make other shapes?

Make four 2-digit numbers from just two 1-digit numbers.

Put the numbers into the grid so that there is always a difference of more than one.

Find and describe routes to the bus stop.

How many numbers can you make with 6 beads on the abacus?

How many different routes are there from head to tail? Great logical thinking challenge.

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Thousands of year 12 students have received an apology from Victoria’s education minister after “unacceptable” errors were discovered in questions in a VCE maths exam.

Students completed the second paper of the general maths exam on Monday afternoon, with some noticing a typo in one question and a misplaced number in another.

On Tuesday, the education minister, Ben Carroll, conceded two errors appeared in the final exam despite a “thorough vetting process”.

He said he had spoken to the chief executive of the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA), Stephen Gniel, and an investigation would be conducted by into how the mistakes occurred.

“First and foremost, we know how stressful doing any exam is for our year 12s, and the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority and myself as the minister unreservedly apologise to the students and their families for what occurred,” Carroll said.

“It is unacceptable, given the checking and the vetting process, that there were two errors.”

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Carroll, who is also the state’s deputy premier, said no students would be unfairly affected by the mistakes, which were largely in the formatting of the exam.

He said the first error, which was picked up before the exam, was an extra “of” in a preamble to part D of question 14. Due to the paper’s formatting, the preamble appeared to be part of an earlier question but was in fact the introduction to a new question.

Students were told to cross out the extra “of” to avoid confusion.

The second error was another typo in part D of question nine, related to a matrix, which incorrectly included two 1s in a column. The mistake was discovered after the exam ended.

“One error was picked up before the mathematics exam was undertaken but it was deemed too late to do the reprinting of that exam,” Carroll said.

“Then there was a second error that occurred in a matrix that’s part of the exam. Students were instructed on the day to very clearly amend their sheet on the day of the examination but the second error wasn’t picked up.

“I want to reassure students and their families that they will not be impacted by this error. It will have no bearing on their marks.”

The mistakes came less than a year after Monash University’s Prof Burkard Polster and Dr Marty Ross wrote a critique of the VCE exams. They said they had identified “major mathematical errors” in past exams, including five in the 2022 specialist and mathematical methods papers.

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“I think question 13 was written by the devil himself,” he wrote. “Other parts were just time-consuming. It was different from other years. Not helped by the mistake in the matrix question!”

MaffsGuru said the second error was a “much bigger mistake” than the inclusion of an extra “of”.

“This isn’t right!” he posted.

Students across Victoria were left reeling after completing the exam, taking to social media to complain about its difficulty.

Carroll said the errors on the general maths paper were believed to be an isolated incident, with no other exams containing mistakes.

He said the government would “strengthen the integrity of the process and get to the bottom of how this occurred, given it did go through a thorough vetting process”.

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