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What resources support teaching about Asia?

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View curated digital resources that gather together Asia-related web links relevant to year-level content descriptions of the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics.

Learning sequences

Access a range of Mathematics learning sequences for use in the classroom.

  • A collection of materials used to demonstrate counting to children including blocks and popsicle sticks
  • Foundation: Collections – comparing and ordering...more »
  • Toy animals and rocks are used to demonstrate counting
  • Foundation: Let us count how many...more »
  • An exmaple table for Activity 1 and a girl reading a book
  • Foundation: Numbers and counting...more »
  • A collection of dice on a table
  • Year 2: Always, sometimes, never...more »
  • A soft ruler or tape measure
  • Year 5: Measurement – past and present...more »
  • Different sorts of prisms
  • Year 6: Prisms and pyramids ...more »
  • The city of Tokyo with Mount Fuji in the backdrop
  • Year 9: Data representation and interpretation...more »
  • An old man, smiling with his walking stick sit on a stool
  • Year 10: Population mathematics...more »

Learning resources

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  • Years 3-6 'Football Fever' cross curriculum resource...more »


Images: Curated digital resource icon by AEF; All Foundation images and Year 1 Counting Games by AEF; Asian sisters counting coins by Ned Frisk (Getty Images); Backgammon PrecisionDice.jpg by Ptkfgs (Public domain); February calendar.jpg by Dipankan001 (Public domain); Soft ruler.jpg by Lite (GNU Free Documentation License)Prisms by Howard Reeves; Children on playground by AEF; Skyscrapers of Shinjuku 2009 January by Morio  (CC BY-SA 3.0)Hui man.jpg by Wlodek Cieciura (CC BY-SA 2.5)

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