Patterns and Algebra Year 1 2 3 4 5 6
Year 1  Investigate and describe number patterns formed by skip counting and patterns with objects.
Australian Curriculum Yr 1 Achievement Standard <back to top>
1  100 Interactive ChartInteractive 100 number chart that's great for displaying number patterns, skip counting and to learn multiplication tables. Student can print their charts too! 

Caterpillar Ordering HERE for MOBILEThese drag and drop activities help students to order numbers, beginning at a basic level and progressing to more challenging exercises ordering decimal and negative numbers. The sequencing activities help children to recognise number sequences and reinforce their knowledge of multiples.counting forwards and backwards up to challenging multiples such as 5's and 10's. 

Balloon Pop Skip CountingChoose the number that you want to skip count by and goodluck! Many levels. 

Forest OrderingA fun ordering activity that explores basic number patterns. Three levels. 

Skip Dot to DotReveal the hidden picture by clicking the dots in intervals of 2, 4 and so on. Gets more challenging as you go. 
Year 2  Describe patterns with numbers and identify missing elements. Solve problems by using number sentences for addition or subtraction. <back to top>
Year 3  Describe, continue, and create number patterns resulting from performing addition or subtraction. <back to top>
1  100 Interactive ChartInteractive 100 number chart that's great for displaying number patterns, skip counting and to learn multiplication tables. Student can print their charts too! 

Code BreakerCrack the code on the safe by using your knowledge of number patterns. Uses a lot of different patterns. 

Caterpillar Ordering HERE for MOBILEThese drag and drop activities help students to order numbers, beginning at a basic level and progressing to more challenging exercises ordering decimal and negative numbers. The sequencing activities help children to recognise number sequences and reinforce their knowledge of multiples.counting forwards and backwards up to challenging multiples such as 5's and 10's. 

Crack Hacker’s SafeCan you help Digit open the safe? Crack the code using your knowledge of number patterns. 

Poddle Weigh InEvil Hacker has removed all the numbers from all the Poddles from Poddleville. Use the scale to balance things back to normal. 
Year 4  Solve word problems by using number sentences involving multiplication or division where there is no remainder. Use equivalent number sentences involving addition and subtraction to find unknown quantities. <back to top>
Make 24Arrange the playing cards and maths signs so they equal 24. Sounds easy? Give it a try… Many levels. 

Genius Boxing HERE for MOBILEDefeat Einstein, Bill Gates, Leonardo da Vinci, and Isaac Newton in boxing! An equation appears. Click on <, >, or = to make the number equation true. Be careful though, each round gets much harder! 

Car Pattern QuestThe computer is hiding a secret pattern using up to four of the six cars. Use the clues to solve the puzzle. 

Number Patterns  BBCUse your number skills to crack the Mission codes and defeat the evil roboids! Takes a while to load but it’s great fun. 

Number BallsClick on the balls starting with the smallest number and work up to the biggest. Includes negative numbers. Many levels. 

Find the RuleA short introduction to number patterns and some great graphics that test your understanding of how number patterns work. Many activities. 

Order of OperationsSolve the problem by clicking on the right operation according to the order of operations rules. For example, if you get 2 + 5 X 3 then first click the X. On the next row that appears, click the + sign. 