Linked to the Victorian Curriculum, we identify and target gaps in numerical acquisition such as:

• Recognising, representing, ordering, partitioning and rearranging numbers to 1 000 000

• Strengthening number bond skills (fluent addition and subtraction) to 100

• Teaching research supported strategies for learning times tables

• Using algorithms to solve problems involving all four operations

• Understanding worded problems using bar modelling and evidence supported strategies

• Solve problems involving of fractions using all four operations with the same or related denominators

• Understanding the connection between equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages

• Using number lines to represent directed numbers

• Completing number sentences using brackets and order of operations

• Connecting volume and capacity with their units of measurement

• Measuring, calculating and comparing elapsed time

Linked to the Victorian Curriculum, we identify and target gaps in numerical acquisition such as:
• Solving problems involving the order, addition and subtraction of rational numbers and integers

• Showing the connections between whole numbers, index notation and the relationship to perfect squares and square roots

• Using all four operations to answer problems involving fractions, decimals, percentages and their equivalents

• Simplifying a variety of algebraic expressions in addition to connecting expansion and factorisation of linear expressions

• Applying strategies to solve real-world, worded problems