Pearson Mathology F-2 Teaching Companion: Measurement, Geometry, Statistics and Probability


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Pearson Mathology F-2 Teaching Companion: Measurement, Geometry, Statistics and Probability

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This Teaching Companion is designed to be used alongside the Pearson Mathology TEACH digital tool.

It provides Australian Curriculum guidance, pedagogical and implementation advice, and formative assessment rubrics for each Pearson Mathology activity. The Pearson Mathology activities are easy-to-implement, engaging, hands-on lesson activities and games to help teachers save time, create meaningful learning experiences, and promote understanding of the big ideas in maths.

This Companion presents these activities by maths strand and topic, and provides unique class Warm-up and Exit Ticket activity options for each topic.

Table of contents
  • Introduction
  • Curriculum Correlation
  • Australian and West Australian Curriculum
  • Victorian Curriculum
  • NSW Curriculum
  • Comparing Objects
  • Using Uniform Units
  • Time and Temperature
  • Using Non-Standard Units
  • Using Standard Units
  • 2-D Shapes
  • 3-D Solids
  • Geometric Relationships
  • Symmetry
  • Location and Movement
  • Coding
  • Data Management
  • Probability and Chance

eBooks and audio, via a QR code

Mathology Little Books are also available as eBooks which include audio and an interactive activity.

The eBooks are accessible via a QR code on the back of each book without the need for a student to sign in. They can be used by the teacher to read aloud to a classroom or accessed easily by students and parents at home.

The in-built audio ensures students can engage with the story and maths concepts regardless of their reading ability. It also supports the use of books in learning groups without regular teacher involvement.




Pearson Mathology F-2 is a flexible, research-based maths resource for teachers to help engage students, differentiate lessons and conduct effective formative assessment.


  • Focused on learning by doing
  • Engaging hands-on activities
  • Ongoing formative assessment and differentiation
  • Based on an underlying mathematics learning progression

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