Rotational Symmetry
https://reliefteachingideas.com/2013/09/01/rotationalsymmetrynames/
Game  Plasers + coordinates
https://nzmaths.co.nz/sites/default/files/static/LearningObjects/plasers/coordinates+.html
Plasers +/ coordinates
https://nzmaths.co.nz/sites/default/files/static/LearningObjects/plasers/coordinates+.html
Algebra Page 2 
Number and Algebra
Silvana – HP8BDGRM
Kristian – H7Z7NQRG
Measurement and Geometry
Casey D4MDWY41
Katelyn – CT66FW5V
Ella – D4MDWY41
Statistics and Probability
Elise – JMPSB6G8 (completed on 8.11.2019)
Olivia – CYTK454H
Marcus  CYTK454H (completed 8/11/2019)
Krish – C7MYVDCC
Elliott – JMPSB6G8 (completed 8/11/2019)
Nathan  JMPSB6G8
Pat Reading
Elliott, Olivia, Elise, Katelyn, Casey, Nathan, Kristian
Pat Maths
Silvana
Statistics and Probability  4025  6Z8Q2RR3
Ella Casey Isla 
Statistics and Probability  4026  CYTK454H Olivia Katelyn Chaq Sienna Zoe Zavier

Statistics and Probability  4027  JMPSB6G8 Chris Elliott Kristian Angelina Annabella Elise Silvana

Statistics and Probability  4028  C7MYVDCC Ethan Krish Kai Matthew Zen Sam 
Statistics and Probability  4029  15L4R2TY Ohashee 
Group 1
4 children want to share 12 cans of playdough. How many cans will each child get?
2 children want to share 5 cupcakes so that each child get the same amount. How many cupcakes will each child get?
4 children want to share 22 cans of play dough. How many cans will each child get?
4 children want to share 11 subway sandwiches. If they want each child to have the same amount, how much should each child have? Follow up question?
4 children want to share 17 blocks of chocolate. If they want each child to have the same amount, how much should each child have?
Group 2 
Type: Problem Solving Focus: Opportunity to Problem solve moving from an additive strategy
Learning Intention: To use additive thinking when solving fractional problems.
Success Criteria:I will show additive thinking when recording my solution. I will use the bar model to represent my thinking. I will read the question and careful anything I am unsure of. I will persist with my thinking. Each student gets
3/4 of a bottle of paint for their art project. If 19 students want to do this art project, how many bottles of paint are needed?
4 children want to share 11 subway sandwiches. If they want each child to have the same amount, how much should each child have?
There are 6 teenagers and I want to give them 1 2/3 of a subway sandwich. How many sandwiches will I need?
Group 3 
Each student needs 3/8 of a stick of clay to do an art project. 20 students want to do the art project. How many sticks of clay will they need?
Water bottle question 
Miss Lake made blueberry muffins for a birthday party. The recipe required 2 ¼ cups of self raising flour for 1 batch of muffins. Miss Lake has 9 cups of self raising flour.
How many batches of blueberry muffins did Miss Lake make?
There are 5 packets of gum with 12 pieces of gum in each packet. If each child is given 2/6 of a packet, how many children are able to share the gum?
Group 4 
Learning Intention:
Success Criteria: I will use the bar model to represent my thinking. I will read the question and careful anything I am unsure of. I will persist with my thinking.
Before solving the problem estimate an answer that is reasonable, Solve the problem using a bar model. I have 6 3/4 can of paint. It take 1 3/8 cans of paint to paint a door. How many doors can I paint.
There are 16 teenagers and I want to give them each 5/8 of a subway sandwich. How many sandwiches do I need?
Learning Intention:
To solve comparitive problems Success Criteria: I will show multiplicative thinking when recording my solution. I will use the bar model to represent my thinking. I will read the question and careful anything I am unsure of. I will persist with my thinking.
The photocopier can copy 3 pages in 4 seconds. How long would it take for this machine to copy 27 pages?
Which toy car is faster? The blue car, which can go 10 metres in 6 seconds? Or the red car which can go 15 metres in 8 seconds?
•Six children have ordered blueberry pancakes at a restaurant. The waiter brings eight pancakes to their table. If the children share the pancakes evenly, how much can each child have?
•Who gets more chocolate, a child at the red table where 3 children are equally sharing 2 small chocolate bars, or a child at the blue table where 4 children are equally sharing 3 small chocolate bars?
Jose stayed at school for 2/3 of the school day, Maria stayed for 3/5 of the school day. Who stayed the longest? By how much?
https://www.mathsisfun.com/timestable.html
Area of a triangle
Finding Areas
FRACTION PROBLEMS
4 children share 11 subway sandwiches. If they want everyone to have the same amount, how much should each child have?
There are 6 children and I want to give them each ¾ of a sandwich. How many sandwiches do I need?
I have 6 ¾ cans of paint. It takes 13/8 pf paint to paint a door. How many doors can I paint?
What Fractions Do You See?
Ella, Joshua, Silvana, Isla
Number Lines
Chris, Casey, Olivia, Ethan, Katelyn, Kai, Chaq, Kristian, Matthew, Zoe, Annabella
Sharing Pizzas
Zavier, Kristian, Elise, Nathan, Angelina, Marcus, Elliott,
Foodies Heaven’
Zen, Sam, Krish, Ohashee,
http://vmc.global2.vic.edu.au/challenges/rockscissorschallenge/
LI: To use various operations to complete a numeric equation.
SC: I will determine the right number when there is a letter value.
Explain the number machine! A number goes in, another number comes out, what was the rule?
E.g. 3 goes in and 11 comes out. What could be the rule?
Then 4 goes in and 14 comes out. Does your rule apply to 4 as well?
If not you will have to try and work out a new rule. (Rule is n x 3 + 2)
Give the students a few examples.
https://www.mathplayground.com/functionmachine.html
Mean, Median, Mode, Range
http://files.pbslearningmedia.org/dlos/wnet/dlo2.html
Prodigy
prodigygame.com/play
Your class code is: E2AB30
Task 1 Guests
One half of the guests invited are boys. How many girls might be invited and HOW many of them might be boys?
Justify your answers with drawings or written explanations.
Task 2 Invitations
Impress your friends with a creative invitation. A picture of the birthday boy or girl must take up exactly one quarter of the paper. How many different ways can you do this?
Task 3 Lolly Bags
I emptied my lolly bag and found two thirds of the lollies were red frogs. What might a drawing of my lolly bag look like?
Task 4 Cake
Make two cakes the same shape and size. Cut one into four equal pieces and the other into eight equal pieces. Explain how you did this.
Tangram follow up 
• Assume the large triangle has a value of one. What now is the value of the whole set and of
each individual piece?
• Assume the smallest triangle has a value of 1/3. What now is the value of the whole set and of
each individual piece?
Fraction language
fraction, half, third, quarter, numerator, denominator, common fraction or proper fraction, improper fraction or top heavy fraction, equivalent fractions, decimal, percentage, simplify, greater than, less than, mixed number
Late Again  http://education.abc.net.au/home#!/media/1566174/
Plan 3 trips into the city  how will you get there and how long will it take  https://www.ptv.vic.gov.au/
Plan a trip involving or more modes of public transport
Tessellations  https://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/tessellation.html
The Cartesian Plane  https://www.mathsisfun.com/data/cartesiancoordinatesinteractive.html
Transformation  http://education.abc.net.au/home#!/media/1604561/
Good clip
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LifhWhHVXJ0
Rotation transformation
http://www.scootle.edu.au/ec/pin/HEDFWM?userid=16620
GAME 1
10 sided dice
In partners Roll dice, double number
Keep a running total as you go.
First to 100 wins
20 sided dice
GAME 2
Roll a 20 sided dice.
With a partner  Double and add or subtract 1 or 2
Your aim is to get to exactly 200 before your partner
GAME 3
Roll a 20 sided dice.
Multiply or divide by any single digit number.
Keep a running total. Get to exactly 100 in the least amount of steps.
GAME 4
Roll a 20 sided dice.
Multiply or divide by any number under 20.
Get to exactly 1000 in the least amount of steps. Keep a running total.
Angles
http://education.abc.net.au/home#!/media/1244938/
Introduce Problems
How many ways can you rename 3650?
How many ways can you rename 1265?
How many ways can you rename 24483?
How many ways can you rename 245?
How many ways can you rename 7092?
Banana Hunt
https://primarygames.co.uk/pg2/bhunt/bhunt.html
https://hittingthetarget.progressing.co.uk/
Mathletics
What numbers have factors of both 5 and 6? Can they work this out systematically and use the pattern to predict large numbers?