
Number and Place Value
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will recognise and use patterns and relationships'.

Number Patterns
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students willÂ identify and describe pattern rules and relationships that help to identify trends.'

Place Value
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will identify, describe and use numbers larger than one million.'

Add and Subtract
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will isolve problems and check calculations using efficient mental and written strategies'.

X Tables and Division
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students will solve problems and check calculations using efficient mental and written strategies'.

Number Patterns

Fractions and Decimals
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6 students will visualise, describe and order equivalent fractions, decimals and simple percentages' and 'solve problems using equivalent fractions, decimals and simple percentages'.

Money
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6 students will be able to use money to create simple financial plans, budgets and cost predictions.'

Patterns and Algebra
The Australian National Mathematics Curriculum states that 'Typically by the end of Year 6, students willÂ identify and describe pattern rules and relationships that help to identify trends'.