• Mathematics
  • Year 6

Number

approx. 28 hrs

6 topics

77 concepts

Develop confidence and competence in the knowledge and application of Year 6 Number. Concepts include using alternative strategies to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers and decimals and determining connections between fractions, decimals and percentages.

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Overview

This learning program covers the essential components of Year 6 Number while addressing Number and Algebra outcomes for the Australian Curriculum. Year 6 students learn about the relationships between fractions, decimals and percentages; apply the order of operations correctly when adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimals and whole numbers. They identify appropriate methods to perform calculations when posing and solving problems with and without technology.

Topics & Concepts We Cover

This learning program is made up of the following 6 topics, broken down into 77 concepts.

  • Negative and Special Numbers 7 concepts

    1. Explore square numbers using arrays, grid paper or digital technologies

    2. Use the term integers to describe positive and negative whole numbers and zero

    3. Interpret integers in everyday contexts

    4. Determine whether a number is prime, composite or neither

    5. Recognise the location of negative whole numbers in relation to zero and place them on a number line

    6. Recognise that negative whole numbers can result from subtraction

    7. Determine factors for a given whole number

  • Solving Addition and Subtraction Problems 6 concepts

    1. Record the strategy used to solve subtraction word problems

    2. Explore triangular numbers using arrays, grid paper or digital technologies

    3. Record the strategy used to solve addition word problems

    4. Solve addition word problems involving whole numbers of any size, including problems that require more than one operation

    5. Select and apply appropriate mental and written strategies, with and without the use of digital technologies, to solve unfamiliar subtraction problems

    6. Select and apply appropriate mental and written strategies, with and without the use of digital technologies, to solve unfamiliar addition problems

  • Multiplication and Division Strategies 14 concepts

    1. Solve word problems involving division

    2. Recognise symbols used to record speed in kilometres per hour

    3. Solve word problems involving division, using strategies to record division methods.

    4. Solve simple problems involving speed

    5. Use mental strategies to multiply numbers by 10, 100, 1000 and their multiples

    6. Estimate solutions to multiplication problems and check to justify solutions

    7. Solve word problems involving multiplication

    8. Solve word problems involving multiplication, using strategues to record multiplication methods.

    9. Select and use efficient mental and written strategies, and digital technologies, to multiply whole numbers of up to four digits by one- and two-digit numbers

    10. Use mental strategies to divide numbers by 10, 100, 1000 and their multiples

    11. Estimate solutions to division problems and check to justify solutions

    12. Select and use efficient mental and written strategies, and digital technologies, to divide whole numbers of up to four digits by one- and two-digit numbers

    13. Use mental and written strategies to multiply three- and four-digit numbers by one-digit numbers

    14. Solve problems involving division by a one-digit number, including those that result in a remainder

  • Order of Operations 5 concepts

    1. Recognise when grouping symbols are not necessary

    2. Investigate whether different digital technologies apply the order of operations

    3. Use the term operations to describe collectively the processes of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

    4. Recognise that grouping symbols are used in number sentences to indicate operations that must be performed first

    5. Investigate and establish the order of operations using real-life contexts

  • Fractions, Decimals and Percentages 33 concepts

    1. Calculate the sale price on an item after a discount of 10%, 25% and 50%

    2. Recognise that the symbol % means percent

    3. Solve word problems involving a fraction of a collection/ quantity

    4. Add and subtract fractions, including mixed numerals, where one denominator is the same as, or a multiple of, the other

    5. Multiply simple fractions by whole numbers using repeated addition, leading to a rule

    6. Write fractions in their simplest form by dividing the numerator and the denominator by a common factor

    7. Apply knowledge of equivalent fractions to convert between units of time

    8. Solve word problems involving the addition and subtraction of fractions where one denominator is the same as, or a multiple of, the other

    9. Represent common percentages as fractions and decimals

    10. Recognise that improper fractions may sometimes make calculations involving mixed numerals easier

    11. Use mental strategies to estimate discounts of 10%, 25% and 50%

    12. Convert an answer that is an improper fraction to a mixed numeral

    13. Investigate and calculate percentage discounts of 10%, 25% and 50% on sale items, with and without the use of digital technologies

    14. Use knowledge of equivalence to simplify answers when adding and subtraction fractions

    15. Solve word problems involving the addition and subtraction of decimals, with and without the use of digital technologies, including those involving money

    16. Solve word problems involving the multiplication and division of decimals, including those involving money

    17. Multiply decimals of up to three decimal places by whole numbers of up to two digits, with and without the use of digital technologies

    18. Compare the relative size of fractions drawn on the same diagram

    19. Round a number of up to three decimal places to the nearest whole number

    20. Describe situations where the estimation of calculations with decimals may be useful

    21. Interpret a calculator display in the context of the problem

    22. Divide decimals by a one-digit whole number where the result is a terminating decimal

    23. Use a calculator to explore the effect of multiplying and dividing decimals by multiples of 10

    24. Find equivalent fractions by redividing the whole, using diagrams and number lines

    25. Relate decimals to fractions to aid mental strategies

    26. Use estimation and rounding to check the reasonableness of answers when adding and subtraction decimals

    27. Recognise the number patterns formed when decimals are multiplied and divided by 10, 100 and 1000

    28. Develop mental strategies for generating equivalent fractions, such as multiplying or dividing the numerator and the denominator by the same number

    29. Add and subtract decimals with the same number of decimal places, with or without the use of digital technologies

    30. Compare and order simple fractions with related denominators using strategies such as diagrams, the number line or equivalent fractions in ascending order

    31. Add and subtract decimals with a different number of decimal places with or without the use of digital technologies

    32. Represent equivalent fractions with related denominators using diagrams and number lines

    33. Model, compare and represent fractions with denominators of 2, 4 and 8, 3 and 6, and 5, 10 and 100

  • Patterns and Relationships 12 concepts

    1. Compete a table of values for number patterns involving one operation and describe the pattern in words

    2. Recognise that the number plane (Cartesian plane) is a visual way of describing location on a grid

    3. Plot and label points, given coordinates, in all four quadrants of the number plane

    4. Recognise that the number plane consists of a horizontal axis (x-axis) and a vertical axis (y-axis), creating four quadrants

    5. Identify and record the coordinates of given points in all four quadrants of the number plane

    6. Determine the rule to describe the pattern by relating the bottom number to the top number in a table

    7. Use the rule to calculate the corresponding value for a larger number

    8. Continue and create number patterns, with and without the use of digital technologies, using whole numbers, fractions and decimals

    9. Complete a table of values for a geometric pattern and describe the pattern in words

    10. Use the rule to calculate the value of the term for a large position number

    11. Determine a rule to describe the pattern from the table

    12. Create simple geometric patterns using concrete materials

What you'll get

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  • All the content required to help you master the syllabus, including theory, worked examples, exam preparation and practice questions

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