Links from the Interview to the Continuum  Structure
From Term 1 2017, Victorian government and Catholic schools will use the new Victorian Curriculum F10. Curriculum related information is currently being reviewed and may be subject to change.
For more information on the curriculum, see:
The Victorian Curriculum F–10  VCAA
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When a student is successful on these questions, learning can be continued using suggested activities such as these:
Structure
When student is successful on:
Basic addition and subtraction (using counting on, counting back, counting down to or counting up from)
Place two teddies in each car and say how many teddies there are altogether (by skip counting)
Sharing teddies on the mat (sharing by groups)
Tennis balls (by known fact or skip counting)
Dots arrays partly hidden (by known fact or skip counting) 
The meaning of the equals sign (2.5):
 Activity 1: Equations from a mat
 Activity 2: Matching card with equivalent statements
 Activity 3: What goes in the box?

When student is successful on:
Place two teddies in each car and say how many teddies there are altogether (by skip counting)
Sharing teddies on the mat (sharing by groups)
Tennis balls (by known fact or skip counting)
Dots arrays partly hidden (by known fact or skip counting)
Teddies at the movies 
Construction of Number sentences (2.5):
 Activity 1: Linking real world situations and operations
 Activity 2: From number sentences to models and stories
 Activity 3: From models to number sentences and stories

When student is successful on:
Mentally solve addition and subtraction (using doubles, commutativity, tens facts, known facts, fact families and add 10)
Mentally add and subtract and explain method used (near doubles, commutativity, build to next 10, known facts, fact families, add 10 and take 1) 
Properties of Operations (2.75):
 Activity 2: Mental computation
 Activity 3: Properties that don't work

When student is successful on:
Start at 23 and count by 10s/ Start at 24 and count by 5s
Mentally solve addition and subtraction (using doubles, commutativity, tens facts, known facts, fact families, add 10)
Mentally add and subtract and explain method used (near doubles, commutativity, build to next 10, known facts, fact families, add 10 and take 1)
Multiplication problems
Division problems 
Rules for sequences (4.0):
 Activity 1: Recycling numbers
 Activity 2: Even and odd numbers
 Activity 3: Linking recursion rules and formulas
 Activity 4: Familiarity with numbers is the key to finding patterns
 Activity 5: Why have both recursion rules and formulas?
 Activity 6: Recursion rules in spreadsheets

When student is successful on:
Derived addition and subtraction (using doubles, commutativity, tens facts, known facts, fact families, add 10)
Mentally add and subtract and explain method used (near doubles, commutativity, build to next 10, known facts, fact families, add 10 and take 1) 
Equivalence in number sentences (4.0):
 Activity 1: Keeping the sum the same
 Activity 2: Keeping the difference the same
