Australian Curriculum Maths – View Year Level Descriptors, Content Elaborations, Achievement Standards, General Capabilities and Cross Curriculum Priorities. Download the entire curriculum or specific aspects of it to suit your needs.
Australian Curriculum Lessons – A website that provides great free lessons with resources. All lessons are linked with the Australian Curriculum, an excellent resource!
|Big ideas||The big ideas that underpin the mathematics are explored and explained.|
|Misunderstandings||Some common misunderstandings and their causes are described and analysed. There is teaching advice, and activities, designed to avoid or correct these misunderstandings.|
|Good teaching||Key content is explained thoroughly. There are suggested teaching approaches and many suitable activities. You will find videos, slide presentations, worksheets, digital learning objects and more.|
|Assessment||Aspects of assessment are discussed.|
|Activities||Student activities that appear in other parts of the drawer have been collected here. However, many of the pages contain further suggestions and ideas for other activities.|
|Downloads||All downloadable files, such as student worksheets, teacher notes, activity templates and video transcripts, are available here.|
Pertinent professional readings are also included and accessed through the AAMT website. Where relevant, links have been made to the content descriptions of the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics. Top Drawer Teachers – Resources for teachers of mathematics
ABC Splash – ABC Splash brings you the best Australian content from across ABC TV and Radio plus high-quality video from around the world.
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See volcanos erupt and microbats fly. Investigate fossils, megafires and worm farms. Meet fairytale monsters. Unwrap an Ancient Egyptian mummy and explore the Great Barrier Reef without getting wet!
Sites2See – A NSW Education Department site with links to primary and secondary websites covering most subject areas.
PMSS Moodle – Login – click on Maths for All – click on Teachers – have a look at the resources available for maths.
The Khan Academy – Getting started tutorial.
The Khan Academy – R-12 resource. Video tutorials on maths, science and humanities. From simple addition to the most complex of equations.Watch videos online or download them and complete practice exercises. An amazing free resource created by Salmon Khan based on some help he gave his nephews with their maths, so amazing that it is blocked by department filters so you will need a password to override (may be easier to download and save at home ready for lesson at school). Ed has used this resource if you want to chat with him.
MTSOnline – R-7 resource. Create a free trial account (12 days) and access tasks linked to the Australian Curriculum by year level or strands. Looks excellent! $22 per year for an individual teacher – I have no doubt the school would cover this. There is a choice to link with which ever state curriculum you like i.e. SACSA or link to the Australian Curriculum. Make sure you link to the Australian Curriculum.
Kid’s Maths Games – numbers, geometry, facts, worksheets, videos, quizzes, video and fun stuff.
Maths Online – Great resource – Paul and Ed have used this before if you have any questions.
Yummymath – Yummy Math is designed to provide teachers with an easy way to bring real-life into their math classrooms. When math is explored in contexts that are familiar and of interest to students, students will be more engaged to do math, reason, think critically, question and communicate. You can access free tasks and activities or become a member for $12 per year to access you will have access to our activity solutions, teacher tips, and relevant excel attachments.
Interactive Maths Games and Activities – Junior primary to upper primary activities. Interactive but I have not tried them out on a IWB yet. The interactions worked with a mouse on my laptop. UK site.
Interactive Site for Primary Maths, English and Science – A British site called Ks2 – Bitesize with some great looking interactive games and activities for primary aged students.
My Top 25 Free Math Resources for Education – by Bradley Lands