Ages 5 to 15+

The Educational Content

Numbers Up Volcanic Panic uses a carefully crafted progression of activities that begins with basic knowledge and introduces new concepts gradually, extending students at their own pace.

  • 7,700 individually sequenced Educational Activities across 33 progressive levels for children aged 5 -15+ covering:
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    • Counting
    • Place Value
    • Addition
    • Subtraction
    • Multiplication
    • Division
    • Fractions
    • Decimals
    • Percentage
    • Ratio
    • Proportion

The Curriculum

Each and every Educational Activity is purpose built to fulfill specific educational outcomes.

  • Fulfills the curriculum outcomes of the Australian Curriculum and the New Zealand TKI
  • Complements Numbers Up! Baggin’ the Dragon, together covering over 90% of the maths curriculum

Curriculum Matrix

View the curriculum correlation documents

How it works

  • Students choose an appropriate starting level and then advance at their own pace through the 7,700 activities across the 33 progressive levels as they build solid foundations to create maths skills for everyday living
  • Includes a broad range of interactive activities for all learning styles. Question types include word problems, algorithms, number quizzes, multiple-choice questions, maths patterns and much more!
  • Enhances reasoning skills and develops flexible problem-solving strategies
  • Supports and strengthens learning by employing constant positive feedback
  • Great for both group work and individual learning, in the classroom or at home
  • More than maths! The integration of maths and language appeals to language-oriented learners, stimulating a variety of learning strategies and building greater reading and comprehension skills!
  • Appeals to learners of all ages and stages!

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