YEARS 7-10 MATHS

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Aligned to the Western Australian Curriculum, with everything teachers and students need to love Maths 

Edrolo for Years 7-10 Maths

WA Curriculum-aligned content for Years 7-10, with the best quality questions and answers
Maths skills backwards mapped for success in the senior years and embedded across Years 7-10
Concise and clear theory, visual models, questions, model answers and activities
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Preview sample content from our new Year 7 Maths resource with the same features across Years 7-10.
Years 7-9 available for 2024. Year 10 available for 2025.

Full curriculum coverage

You are fully covered, whether you are teaching algebra, angles or averages! Every topic is covered in-depth, with knowledge explicitly mapped for Years 7-10 with revision integrated along the way!

Years 7-10 content
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Detailed theory for every topic

Each lesson contains a set of high-quality theory that includes everything you expect and more. Theory starts with highlighting where the concepts covered are used in the real world and the worked examples explore mathematical concepts from multiple perspectives and integrate visual models where appropriate to build students’ conceptual understanding of topics.

Year 7 - Fractions
Year 8 - Volume
Year 9 - Measures of centre and spread
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Questions to build students’ conceptual knowledge

Build students’ foundation of knowledge with three different types of questions. Students first engage with visual models with Understanding Worksheet questions, then progress into building familiarity with the abstract maths through the Fluency questions. Students are scaffolded away from developing misconceptions by identifying potential errors with Spot the mistake questions.

Year 7 - Fractions
Year 8 - Volume
Year 9 - Measures of centre and spread
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Questions to extend students and help them revise

Extend students with 4 different question types. Problem solving questions get students to apply their mathematical skills in real world contexts. Reasoning questions are multi-part questions that provide students with the opportunity to engage in longer multi-part questions. This is where they have to justify and explain what they have done. 

In Years 7 and 8 extra spicy questions are the most challenging questions that are modelled after questions in maths competitions. In Years 9 and 10 exam style questions mirror questions that appear in senior exams. 

Remember this questions in Years 7-9 keep students’ knowledge active by bringing back questions from previous lessons and chapters.

Year 7 - Fractions
Year 8 - Volume
Year 9 - Measures of centre and spread
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Fully-worked solutions to help students learn

The textbook and online fully-worked solutions go beyond single number answers. The solutions deconstruct questions and provide students with step-by-step workings so that they are able to use this to reflect, understand any errors and make progress, both in and out of the classroom, or when you’re busy helping other students.

Year 7 - Fractions
Year 8 - Volume
Year 9 - Measures of centre and spread
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Instant learning data

Using the Edrolo platform, students can follow along, take notes and complete questions and activities. You can see their completion and answers - helping to see where to target teaching and the next learning move.

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Year 7 - Equivalent fractions

About this lesson

In this Year 7 lesson students will be able to find equivalent fractions using multiplication and division. They will also learn how to simplify fractions using the highest common factor between the numerator and denominator. 

Time: 40-80 mins (depending on using the questions and activity in class or as homework)
Things to look for in the lesson resources

Theory: In this section look out for learning intentions, practical uses of the topic, use of visuals and worked examples

Questions: In this section look out for odd spots, puzzles, differentiated questions, and knowledge reactivators with a NAPLAN focus 

Solutions: In this section look out for fully-worked solutions and strategies to help students decode mathematical questions 

Lesson resources

Theory
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Year 7 - Column graphs and bar charts

About this lesson

In this Year 7 lesson students will be able to construct column graphs and pie charts, and interpret column graphs and pie charts.

Time: 40-80 mins (depending on using the questions and activity in class or as homework)
Things to look for in the lesson resources

Theory: In this section look out for learning intentions, practical uses of the topic, use of visuals and worked examples

Questions: In this section look out for odd spots, puzzles, differentiated questions, and knowledge reactivators with a NAPLAN focus 

Solutions: In this section look out for fully-worked solutions and strategies to help students decode mathematical questions 

Lesson resources

Theory
Student questions
Fully-worked solutions
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Year 7 - Rotations

About this lesson

In this Year 7 lesson students will be able to identify clockwise and anticlockwise rotations. They will also identify the size and angle of rotation, and rotate a shape around the centre of origin.

Time: 40-80 mins (depending on using the questions and activity in class or as homework)
Things to look for in the lesson resources

Theory: In this section look out for learning intentions, practical uses of the topic, use of visuals and worked examples

Questions: In this section look out for odd spots, puzzles, differentiated questions, and knowledge reactivators with a NAPLAN focus 

Solutions: In this section look out for fully-worked solutions and strategies to help students decode mathematical questions 

Lesson resources

Theory
Student questions
Fully-worked solutions
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Year 8 - Solving 1-step and 2-step equations

About this lesson

In this Year 8 lesson students will be able to solve 1-step equations algebraically. They will also solve multi-step equations algebraically and verify the value of unknowns using substitution.

Time: 40-80 mins (depending on using the questions and activity in class or as homework)
Things to look for in the lesson resources

Theory: In this section look out for learning intentions, practical uses of the topic, use of visuals and worked examples

Questions: In this section look out for odd spots, puzzles, differentiated questions, and knowledge reactivators with a NAPLAN focus 

Solutions: In this section look out for fully-worked solutions and strategies to help students decode mathematical questions 

Lesson resources

Theory
Student questions
Fully-worked solutions
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Year 8 - Venn diagrams and 2-way tables

About this lesson

In this Year 8 lesson students will be able to interpret and construct Venn diagrams and interpret and construct two-way tables. They will understand the words ‘and’, ‘or’ and ‘at least’ in the context of probability events.

Time: 40-80 mins (depending on using the questions and activity in class or as homework)
Things to look for in the lesson resources

Theory: In this section look out for learning intentions, practical uses of the topic, use of visuals and worked examples, student practice

Questions: In this section look out for differentiated questions, spot the mistake, problem solving, abstract and reasoning questions, and knowledge reactivators with a NAPLAN focus 

Solutions: In this section look out for fully-worked solutions and strategies to help students decode mathematical questions 

Lesson resources

Theory
Student questions
Fully-worked solutions
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Year 8 - Volume of prisms and cylinders

About this lesson

In this Year 8 lesson students will be able to convert between units of volume. They will identify prisms and cylinders based on their cross-sections, and calculate the volumes of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms and cylinders using formulas.

Time: 40-80 mins (depending on using the questions and activity in class or as homework)
Things to look for in the lesson resources

Theory: In this section look out for learning intentions, practical uses of the topic, use of visuals and worked examples, student practice

Questions: In this section look out for differentiated questions, spot the mistake, problem solving, abstract and reasoning questions, and knowledge reactivators with a NAPLAN focus

Solutions: In this section look out for fully-worked solutions and strategies to help students decode mathematical questions 

Lesson resources

Theory
Student questions
Fully-worked solutions
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Year 9 - Negative indices

About this lesson

In this Year 9 lesson students will be able to evaluate negative indices, express negative indices as positive, and apply index laws to simplify expressions involving negative indices.

Time: 40-80 mins (depending on using the questions and activity in class or as homework)
Things to look for in the lesson resources

Theory: In this section look out for learning intentions, seeing Maths in the real-world, use of visuals and worked examples

Questions: In this section look out for differentiated questions, spot the mistake, problem solving, abstract and reasoning questions, knowledge reactivators with a NAPLAN focus, and exam-style questions to promote future readiness

Solutions: In this section look out for fully-worked solutions and strategies to help students decode mathematical questions 

Lesson resources

Theory
Student questions
Fully-worked solutions
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Year 9 - Similar triangles

About this lesson

In this Year 9 lesson students will be able to identify similar triangles, determine the scale factor between similar triangles, and calculate an unknown side length of a triangle using the scale factor.

Time: 40-80 mins (depending on using the questions and activity in class or as homework)
Things to look for in the lesson resources

Theory: In this section look out for learning intentions, practical uses of the topic, use of visuals and worked examples

Questions: In this section look out for differentiated questions, spot the mistake, problem solving, abstract and reasoning questions, knowledge reactivators with a NAPLAN focus, and exam-style questions to promote future readiness

Solutions: In this section look out for fully-worked solutions and strategies to help students decode mathematical questions 

Lesson resources

Theory
Student questions
Fully-worked solutions
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Year 9 - Measure of centre and spread

About this lesson

In this Year 9 lesson students will be able to find the mean, median, and mode of a data set. They will find the range and interquartile range of a data set and identify outliers in a data set.

Time: 40-80 mins (depending on using the questions and activity in class or as homework)
Things to look for in the lesson resources

Theory: In this section look out for learning intentions, practical uses of the topic, use of visuals and worked examples

Questions: In this section look out for differentiated questions, spot the mistake, problem solving, abstract and reasoning questions, and knowledge reactivators with a NAPLAN focus

Solutions: In this section look out for fully-worked solutions and strategies to help students decode mathematical questions 

Lesson resources

Theory
Student questions
Fully-worked solutions
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Questions, model answers, visual models, activities and theory aligned to the WA Curriculum. With video lessons taught by experienced Maths teachers so students can catch up, revise or move ahead.

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Skills for success now, and in the senior years

Skills building worksheets that support student understanding, especially those needing additional support. Plus our team decodes past exams and NAPLAN tests, to ensure students learn in Years 7-10 the skills they’ll need for success in Maths, now and in the future. 

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A simple solution to support every learner

Carefully designed and curated question sets to meet differing student needs. Plus visual models to build understanding, and explicit misconceptions and non-examples to scaffold students away from common errors. 

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Solving the challenge of not enough teacher prep time

A suite of print and digital resources, made by experienced Maths teachers, organised and packaged up to save you time. Maths problems differentiated for all students’ abilities, online auto-marking, and real-time student data for formative and summative assessment.

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More content and activities than you need for any lesson, so you’re fully covered. Plus extra support for beginning and out-of-field teachers. Use this checklist to make sure you’re getting the best Years 7-10 WA Curriculum-aligned Maths resources.

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Mathematical concepts explained in plain language, with worked examples, misconceptions and visual models to help students understand and apply their Maths skills

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Students won’t wonder why they’re learning Maths, with real-world examples, explanations and questions that help them appreciate the role of Maths in their lives.

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Fully-worked video and written solutions for questions help students understand any errors and make progress, whether in class or at home.

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