
Measurement
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will estimate and measure with metric units.' and 'Operate with clocks, calendars and timetables.'

Length and Mass
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will choose and use appropriate metric units for length, area, volume, capacity and mass to solve everyday problems.'

Area and Perimeter
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will choose and use appropriate metric units for length, area, volume, capacity and mass to solve everyday problems.'

Time
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will convert between 12 and 24hour systems to solve time problems, interpret and use timetables from print and digital sources.'

Volume and Capacity
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will choose and use appropriate metric units for length, area, volume, capacity and mass to solve everyday problems.'

Length and Mass

Shape
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will visualise, sort, describe and compare the features of objects such as prisms and pyramids in the environment.'

Location and Transformation
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will interpret maps and diagrams.'

Flip, Slide and Turn
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will identify and describe routes and locations, using grid reference systems and directional language such as north or north east.'

Mapping
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will Investigate combinations of translations,reflections and rotations, with and without the use of digital technologies. identify and describe routes and locations, using grid reference systems and directional language such as north or north east.'

Symmetry
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will investigate combinations of translations,reflections and rotations, with and without the use of digital technologies.'

Flip, Slide and Turn

Geometric Reasoning
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will Visualise 2D shapes and 3D objects.'

Angles
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will Investigate, with and without digital technologies, angles on a straight line, angles at a point and vertically opposite angles. Use results to find unknown angles.'

Angles