# Year 1 - Mathematics

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Queensland state school teachers should continue to access C2C materials via OneSchool.

The free School A to Z app contains the following features for parents and children: English A to Z, Maths A to Z, Technology A to Z, Spelling Bee, Maths Monkey Times Tables, and Assignment Starters.

NAPLAN marker recruitment - the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) is responsible for the administration and marking of the Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 National Assessment Program — Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) tests. Each year, the QCAA appoints registered and retired teachers to mark student responses for the NAPLAN writing tests, drawing from the pool of re-applicant markers and recruiting new markers. Find out how to apply...

Data detective (F-2): With support, students conduct a simple survey to collect…

The C2C Mathematics library focuses on materials to support the teaching of mathematics as defined by the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics for P-10. You will need to login to Learning Place [Department of Education, Training and Employment]. Includes resources for: Number & Algebra; Measurement & Geometry; Statistics & Probability; Curriculum; Mathematical skills; Assessment Bank and Resource Bank.

What comes next in line? - Mathematics (F,1). Dodly and Flynn find out what a pattern is, and look at different patterns around them. They work out what comes next by continuing the patterns. They make and continue patterns with fruit, shells, steps and singing.

The Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (AAMT) Inc. aims to: support and enhance the work of teachers; promote the learning of mathematics; and represent and promote interests in mathematics education.

Can you put numbers up to 1000 in order? (Years 1-2). Here are four numbers: 75, 263, 5 and 612. Can you put them in the correct order from smallest to largest? Use a number line to help you. Check your answer.

Year 1 Mathematics - Using an inquiry approach teacher Bec O'Connor explores measurement with her Year 1 students.

Who's got the biggest half? - Mathematics (1). Investigate halves with Dodly and Flynn. They discuss how to make sure each half is the same size, and demonstrate using a variety of everyday objects. Flynn helps Dodly fold paper in half to make a paper plane. Dodly helps Flynn to halve while cooking.