Year 1  Year 2  Year 3  Year 4  Year 5  Year 6 






Fact Fluency timed practice rounds are introduced throughout  
Fact Fluency + to 5  Fact Fluency + to 20  Fact Fluency + with Tens  Fact Fluency X÷ to 100  Fact Fluency X÷ with Tens  Fact Fluency X÷ with Tens 
All students start at Stage 1 of the program, however those who demonstrate mastery early on in each Stage will progress rapidly to the next Stage. In this way the program ensures there are no critical gaps in learning that will prevent mastery of more difficult math concepts. After each online program Stage, the program will automatically prompt students to have a go at writing their own examples of what they have just learned on paper. These Symphony 'Checkpoints' help cement learning. Students receive other prompts to create models in their journals as they use Symphony Math, especially when they show signs of struggle with a particular concept or visual model. Multiple Ways of Knowing Each Skill is practiced using multiple "Ways of Knowing" which help students visualise, reinforce, and apply ideas quickly and accurately. Students use visual models and manipulatives such as: Counting Bars, Dot Cards, Number Lines, Number Problems, Word Problems, Fraction Bars and Auditory Problem Solving. Visual models are critical for math instruction and learning as evidenced by brain research such as Six distinct activity environments provide multiple representations of each concept.  
Manipulatives:  
Manipulatives and Symbols  
Symbols  
Story Problems  
Mastery Round  