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No Worksheet Required

Work sheets are often used as a one size fits all formula.

Well they don't fit all.

Learning occurs when our students have purposeful tasks, that provoke interest, allow for multiple entry and exit points, encourage sharing of different visual representations of the same mathematical idea and develop deep understanding and reasoning.

We are working on the series called NO WORKSHEETS REQUIRED. New ideas will be added in response to your interest in the packages of information.

Each low-cost package contains problems with scaffolds and supports for busy teachers. They are rather like a mini-professional development. There is an explanation about how to use them, prompts for you to start with a problem (linked to the Australian Curriculum), ways to gather formative assessment information and tips for implementing a differentiated strategy lesson.

They each include:

Loads of learning! Practical resources AND No worksheets in sight!

Patterned Borders

This practical, professional learning pack has a problematized situation, set in a real-world context, that encourages your students to create their own pattern sequences. It covers a wide range of mathematical topics and can be adapted for students from Foundation to Year 3.

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Salad Plates

Using a chef's dilemma as a starting point, students can develop their number sense with this problematized situation lesson plan that covers a wide range of mathematical topics and can be adapted for students from Foundation to Year 3.

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Hen and Chicks

Explore hatching patterns in this problematized situation. Designed to build your students' number sense and number patterning skills, it uses a real life context to offer starting points and 'sting in the tail' challenges to address curriculum outcomes Foundation to Year 3.

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