VC2MFN05
represent practical situations, including simple financial situations, involving addition, subtraction and quantification with physical and virtual materials and use counting or subitising strategies
Elaborations

using roleplay and materials to represent mathematical relationships in stories; for example, roleplaying ‘Eight kangaroos were drinking at the river and 3 hopped away’, drawing a picture and using materials to represent the situation, discussing, and recording the result of the action with a numeral

roleplaying or actively engaging in situations that involve quantifying or comparing collections of items or simple money transactions; for example, engaging with the question ‘Do we have enough scissors for our group so that each person has their own pair?’, or roleplaying using $1 coins to pay for items in a shop where items are priced in whole dollars

representing situations expressed in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander stories, such as ‘Tiddalick, the greedy frog’, that describe additive situations and their connections to Country/Place

representing addition and subtraction situations found in leaf games involving sets of objects used to tell stories, such as games from the Warlpiri Peoples of Yuendumu in the Northern Territory
VC2MFN05  Mathematics  Mathematics Version 2.0  Foundation Level  Number