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Curriculum Matches
iMaths Topics and Investigations cover the content and proficiency strands of your Curriculum.
Whole School Approach
iMaths is consistent. Build your students' success across the whole school as they apply their knowledge and practice their expertise each year.
Planning
Planning is simple with iMaths. At iMaths Online you can create, implement and share your yearly plan with the iPlanner.
Assessment
iMaths provides all the tools you need to easily assess your students' knowledge and proficiency.
Differentiation
More support, more practice and more challenges. iMaths provides something extra for every student.
Investigations
iMaths Investigations, with real-life contexts, turn reluctant maths students into eager participants.
See how Differentiation can work for you

For more details on the many ways you can use our Differentiation worksheets in your classroom, view our tutorial video.

Differentiation
Cater for all your students
Cater for all your students

iMaths Online provides downloadable Differentiation worksheets for every Topic across three levels of difficulty: support, consolidation and extension.

View Differentiation sample pages:

More than just a workbook

All activities in the iMaths Student Books are carefully graded, progressing from simple to more difficult activities. Most Topics also include a Challenge activity for fast finishers.

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More than just a workbook
Engage students with real-life contexts

iMaths Investigations apply the maths concepts of your Curriculum to real-life situations. Every Investigation has been designed to engage and motivate students and show them how much fun maths can be. With iMaths Investigations your students will design surfboards, go on an adventure around the world and create their own breakfast cereal – all in the name of maths!

Have a sneak peek at some Investigations:

Investigations
Select an Investigation which suits you
Select an Investigation which suits you

Choose from 12 exciting Investigations that best match your students’ needs and interests. Not only will you be sure to find something your students will love, you’ll also be able to link maths to the curriculum areas of science, literacy, history and more.

*iMaths 7 has four extended Investigations

Solve the problem of problem solving

Ten of the most commonly used problem solving strategies are explicitly taught and then used within iMaths Investigations. These strategies are structured to give students the ability and confidence to solve any problem a variety of ways.

Read more about our Problem Solving Strategies.

Problem Solving
Covering the content strands

iMaths Topics are content units that correspond with the content strands of your Curriculum. The Topics provide your students with plenty of opportunities to explore Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, and Statistics and Probability.

Covering the content strands
Covering the proficiency strands
Covering the proficiency strands

iMaths Investigations give you a comprehensive picture of how well your students are performing in the proficiency strands: Understanding, Fluency, Problem Solving and Reasoning. The Investigations provide meaningful context for your students to apply their mathematical knowledge.

See for yourself how we match your curriculum

Check out our Curriculum Match documents. These explicitly show how the iMaths Topics and Investigations match the strand descriptors in the Curriculum.

See for yourself how we match your curriculum
Assess the content strands

The iMaths Tracker Book provides structured assessment for each maths Topic. Assessment items are divided into two parts: Know and Apply. Know questions assess students’ basic knowledge of the concept, while Apply questions assess their application of knowledge in a variety of contexts.

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Assess the content strands
Assess the proficiency strands
Assess the proficiency strands

The rubrics describe the processes students use as they work through each Investigation. They allow easy assessment of student proficiency, giving students and parents a clear understanding of what is required at each achievement standard, from A to E.

For more information, read our Rubrics article or Problem Solving Strategies document.

Use Differentiation worksheets for tests

iMaths Differentiation tasks, found at iMaths Online, can be used as end of term tests or for testing throughout the year. Include them in your student assessment portfolios to get a more complete picture of a student’s achievement in the content strands of your curriculum. Watch our tutorial for more information.

Differentiation
Answers for everything
Answers for everything

The iMaths Teacher Books include answers to all Tracker Book assessment items, Student Book activities, Investigations, Problem Solving Tasks, Challenges and Mental Computation activities. Look for answers to our Differentiation tasks at iMaths Online.

Make the most of iMaths assessment tools

For more details on how to use the iMaths assessment tools, watch our tutorial.

Assessment
Easy to use

iPlanner makes it easy to create an individualised yearly program for your class. You can adjust your plan at any time. Watch our tutorial to see how to build a yearly program using the iPlanner.

iPlanner Tutorial
Feel secure knowing your curriculum is covered
Feel secure knowing your curriculum is covered

Teaching every iMaths Topic covers all the mandatory content strands of the curriculum. When you use iPlanner you can easily see which Topics have been covered, which Topics you are revising and which Topics you have yet to teach.

Print and share

Once you create your plan, you can share it with colleagues to use as a template or print it out for reporting and auditing.

Print and share
Make maths fun and meaningful for Foundation students

Excite your students with nursery rhymes, animals, storybooks, sandcastles and other hands-on activities. iMaths Foundation Investigations have been specifically tailored to include familiar and fun contexts that appeal to early learners. 

Watch your students engage in play-based learning as they sing along with the songs on the It’s iMaths Time CD, free with every iMaths Foundation Teacher Book. Introduce maths the fun way with the Teacher Book’s Daily Number Workout, which teaches important mathematical concepts through songs, rhymes, games and creative activities.

Make maths fun and meaningful for Foundation students
Improve results with whole school consistency
Improve results with whole school consistency

A fully resourced program from Foundation to Year 6, iMaths helps build successful maths students across the whole school. The consistent approach not only makes life easier for teachers, but for students and their parents also. Your students will gain confidence as they apply their knowledge in exciting new Investigations and build their problem solving expertise each year.

Prepare Year 7 students for the transition to secondary school

iMaths 7 is the ideal maths program to help Year 7 students prepare for the challenges of secondary school maths. Written for the Australian Curriculum, iMaths 7 follows a linear structure. We’ve also created Topic Notes to provide in-depth explanations and examples of maths concepts so students can start taking control of their own learning. The Investigations, one per term, have been extended to demonstrate real life contexts for these more complex maths concepts.

For more information, take a look at the iMaths 7 Preview or download the iMaths 7 Curriculum Match.

Prepare Year 7 students for the transition to secondary school
Take a look for yourself

To see how iMaths works in action take a look at our series of tutorial videos. See iMaths Investigations come to life and understand how all the different aspects of the program work.

Take a look for yourself
Workshop it with our experts
Workshop it with our experts

For those new to iMaths, we have developed professional development workshops to help you understand how to best plan and implement the program in your classroom. Our workshop options include everything from Introductory and Implementation workshops, through to virtual workshops you can participate in from school or home.

Read all about it

Our iMaths experts develop regular professional reading articles and case studies to keep you abreast of effective ways to teach the investigation-based approach to maths, and to share best practice in the classroom.

Read all about it
Still have questions?
Still have questions?

Whether your question relates to the investigation-based approach, how the program relates to the Australian Curriculum, or a specific iMaths product; we have probably been asked before. We have collated our answers in one handy spot for you.