Able to count at least $10 
Uses a drawing to represent problem.
Able to count and draw $12 
Shows $12 shared at least one way.
Able to use some maths symbols. 
Applies counting by 2’s to find a solution.

Is able to use multiple representations to show understanding of the task.
May talk in terms of addition rather than sharing.

Forms collections of sets of equal size.
Able to demonstrate through pictures numbers and/or words more than one way for equal sharing of $12 
Writes division number sentences
Number sentences reflect the visual and or written representations.

Able to determine many possible solutions to the problem and writes number sentences for all shown solutions.

Uses table, list or diagram as problem solving strategy.
Uses multiplication and division in preference to repeated addition and subtraction. 
Shows rounding to the nearest 5 cents.
Uses skip counting by 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 100. 
Multiplies and Divides to one decimal place. (I.e., multiples of 10 cents) 
Multiplies and Divides to two decimal places 