Mathology Little Books - Data Management and Probability: Graph It! (6 Pack with Teacher's Guide)

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Mathology Little Books - Data Management and Probability: Graph It! (6 Pack with Teacher's Guide)

By Carole Fullerton, Sharon Jeroski
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It's the end of the term and Ms. Lightbody has a question. Does she have what she needs for next year's students?

This pack contains:
  • 6 copies of the Mathology Little Book - Graph It!
  • 1 copy of the corresponding Teacher's Guide.
Graph It! is 16 pages in length and suited for the year 1 Australian year level. The Teacher's Guide is 32 pages in length.

The Teacher Guides provide scaffolded, hands-on activities with concrete materials, with no need for workbooks or worksheets. There are also downloadable Line Master resources for each Mathology Little Book which can be accessed via Pearson Places.

Strand: Data Management and Probability
Big Maths Idea: Collecting and displaying data can help us predict and interpret situations
Key Maths Focus: Interpret concrete graphs and picture graphs. Build concrete graphs and picture graphs


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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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