### Numeracy Sequence of Teaching P-6

 (Please note while these are in Year level sequence, they are not in any sequence within each year level).Prep - Number·        Subitizing to ten·        Tens frames up to 100·        Counting to 100·        100 days·        1:1 correspondence·        Ordinal numbers ·        Compliments to ten·        Doubling numbers 1-5·        Tenness of teens - bundling·        Counting on and counting back by ones·        Skip counting by twos and tens·        Sharing concept – equal groups Year One – Number·        All of what is covered in prep·        Skip counting by twos, fives & tens from alternating starting points/numbers·        Hundreds charts – patterns·        Place value of numbers 1-100 ·        Ordering and making numbers (13 and 31)·        Counting on and back from the largest number and from any starting point·        Partitioning numbers·        Building tens (3 & 7 makes 10, 13 & 7 makes 20)·        Fact families – addition/subtraction·        Doubles and near doubles up to ten (double ten to make 20)·        Odd and even numbers·        Sharing and making groups·        Writing & matching addition number sentences·        Explore the concept of difference – using 100s chart·        Simple number patterns·        Finding ½ of one (1/2 of one apple) Year Two – Number·        Skip count by threes and fours·        Count to 1000·        Place value to 1000·        Division as sharing, including with remainders·        Arrays for multiplication/repeated division·        Finding ½ of a group·        Fact families for repeated addition and multiplication/missing addends·        Doubles and near doubles past ten·        Number patterns (more complex)·        Money as context for addition and subtraction (not cents).·        Open number lines addition and subtraction·        Mental computation strategies for addition & subtraction (supported with the 100s chart) Year Three – Number·        Money as context for addition and subtraction·        Multiplication – including factors to 100·        Skip counting and patterns by all numbers/patterns 1-10·        Division – repeated subtraction & shared between·        Fact families – division and multiplication·        Place value to 10 000 and to hundredths·        Multiply by fours is double (x2), double (x2)·        Multiply by sixes is x3, x2·        Mental computation strategies for addition & subtraction (less support with the 100s chart compared to grade two)·        Sharing with remainders·        Rounding numbers and money·        Making change from \$10·        Fractions with a numerator greater than one Year Four – Number·        Area model for multiplication·        Division – representing the remainders (fraction, decimal) by one digit divisors·        Fractions of groups – numerators greater than one·        Place value – thousandths (time, capacity, volume, mass, length)·        Formal addition/subtraction algorithm·        Recall multiplication/division facts to 10·        Addition/subtraction simple fractions (use diagrams)·        Sharing 100 - percentages Year Five/Six·        Factors ·        Multiples·        Estimation·        Multiply 3 digit x 2 digits including decimals (money)·        Fractions, decimals and percentages·        Order of operations·        Square and triangular numbers·        Distributive law·        Multiplication by doubling and halving (24 x 16 = 48 x 8)·        Multiplication and division of fractions