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This great lesson will help students to choose appropriate units of measurement for mass. They will understand the difference between net and gross weight. They will also learn how to convert one unit of measurement for mass to another and practice using efficient mental and written strategies to solve problems. Year 5 (ACMMG108) http://interactivelessons.com.au/ http://schools.interactivelessons.com.au/

This terrific IWB lesson explicitly teaches students the order of operations using BODMAS. Beginning with a comprehensive demonstration, students have ample opportunities to explore the use of brackets and order of operations to solve number sentences. The lesson ends with a game and a song! http://interactivelessons.com.au/ http://schools.interactivelessons.com.au/

A fun IWB lesson to help students recall what number comes before a given number. Starts by identifying "before" on number lines, then asks students to select the correct number, followed by multiple choice questions and ending with students writing the number that comes before. http://interactivelessons.com.au/ http://schools.interactivelessons.com.au/

2nd and 1st Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: Comma in a series, nouns, detail anchor charts

With this beautiful IWB lesson, your students will be able to recognise, describe and order Australian coins according to their value. http://interactivelessons.com.au/

This terrific SMART Notebook lesson explicitly explores the connection between addition and subtraction. Beginning with a review of basic fact families, there are video demonstrations and lots of opportunities for students to develop their understanding of inverse operations. https://interactivelessons.com.au/

Types of Angles, I like how they are all on one anchor chart. I would also add reflex angle. (Image only)

Show your students how to calculate the value of a missing angle on a straight line with this terrific IWB lesson. http://interactivelessons.com.au/

Dividing Fractions Anchor Chart, Game Freebie, and Math Journal showing visual models.