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In the book Add on a Number Line, it teaches students to use a number line to add.

In the book Adding, it teaches students to understand that addition means to join groups and find the number in all.













In the book Circles, it introduces students to shapes as part of the student's world and environment.

In Count By Twos, it teaches students that numbers can be odd or even, skip counting makes counting large groups easier and numbers can be made by adding different groups together.

In Count On, it teaches students that adding is easier by knowing doubles and also remembering to count on and using a plan to help work out word problems.













In the book Count to Ten, it teaches students to understand that some things come in standard sized groups such as number of legs on a table, insect or spider.

In Doubles, it teaches students how to count in doubles, such as 1+1 = 2.

In the book How Long?, it teaches students that length is the measure from one end of something to the other and to measure and compare objects using nonstandard units.













In One to Five, it aims to teach students to understand that the numbers one to five appear in the environment.

In Playing With Shapes, the teaching focus is on symmetrical shapes show a mirror image along a line of symmetry and repeating patterns using shapes, colour, size and number.

In Six to Ten, it introduces the numbers from 6 10 and the key concept is that the students sees the numbers six to ten as part of the world that they live in.













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In What Time Is It? the teaching focus is that calendars and clocks are tools that help us measure time. It relates time of the day to daily events.

In You Can Measure, it teaches students that objects in our world have attributes that can be measured. It recognises that different tools are needed for each attribute. The book teaches that capacity is the measure of how much a container holds, mass is the measure of how heavy or light something is, area is how much surface is covered and temperature measures hot and cold.













In the book Cone and Cylinders, students identifies cones and cylinders and their properties.

In the book Count By Fives, students count by fives to fifty and recognise how equal groups can be formed to make counting easier.

In the book Cubes and Spheres, students identify cubes and spheres and their properties.













In the book Find the Difference, students develop an understanding of the process of subtraction and the signs used to record it.

In the book How Many?, students revise knowledge of groups to investigate the number 50. Students explore that twodigit numbers have tens and ones and make up groups of tens to count up to fifty.

In the book Nets, students identify prisms and pyramids, recognise the nets for some threedimensional objects and comparing and contrasting the attributes of 3D objects.













In the book Subtract on a Number Line, it introduces strategies to use when subtracting. Students use a number line to subtract.

In the book Quarters, students develop an understanding that one quarter is one out four equal parts of a whole.

In the book Take Away, students are introduced to subtraction and develop an understanding that subtraction means to take some away and finds how many are left after subtracting. Students learn to use a plan to solve subtraction problems.













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In the book 1st to 10th, students learn to recognise and use ordinal numbers to tell position.

In the book Capacity, students develop an understanding of the concept of capacity, learn to use terms such as millilitre and litre and also compares the capacities of different objects.













In the book Coins, students learn to recognise the coins we use and develop an understanding of the value of each coin.

In the book Column Graphs, students develop an understanding for and interpret column graphs. Students also learn to read titles on axes for information.

In the book Estimate, students are encouraged to estimate how many are in a group.













In the book Good Questions, students develop skills in finding and organising information and the importance of graphs. Students also understand the need for accurate questions when gathering data.

In the book Length, students develop an understanding of:  The concept of length  Learns and uses terms centimetres and metres  Measures in centimetres  Compares the length of different objects.

In the book Mass, students develop an understanding of the concept of heavy and light; weight; mass, learns and uses terms grams and kilograms and compares the weight of different objects













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In the book Addition Strategies, students use the count on method to solve addition problems. Other strategies students learn is looking for tens and uses doubles or near doubles for adding.

In the book Choose the Operation, students learn to choose which operation to use when problem solving.













In the book Clocks, students learn to read the time on both analog and digital clocks. Students will be able to know the time to the hour, half hour, quarter hour and in five minute intervals.

In the book Count By Tens, students learn to recognise and count in groups of ten to 100.

>In the book Count to 100, students count by ones, twos, fives and tens to 100. Students learn the next number in a counting pattern.













In the book Number Patterns, students learn to recognise number patterns used in mathematics. Students make patterns by adding, subtracting, doubling, halving and uses square and triangular numbers in a pattern sequence.

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In the book Subtracting Strategies, students use the count back strategy, use number lines and look for patterns when subtracting.













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In the book Tens and Ones, students learn to recognise and count in tens and ones.

In the book What's Missing?, students revise number patterns and work out missing terms in shape, colour and number patterns.

