# Let’s plan a few weeks, integrating related concepts!

Each Grade’s Scope and Sequence is designed to teach related concepts simultaneously. Rather than teaching a different concept each week, students will learn better (relationally) if they spend longer investigating concepts that related.

Scroll to the Grade you are interested in! The weekly timetables are samples across a term.

Kindergarten/Prep/Reception: Select ‘Teaching Resources’ above, ‘Kindergarten/Prep/Reception Teaching Resources’ tab, and ‘Scope and Sequence, with Differentiation’ button to see the Scope and Sequence on which this weekly timetable is based.

Year 1: Select Teaching Resources’ above, ‘Year 1 Teaching Resources’ tab, and ‘Scope and Sequence, with Differentiation’ button to see the Scope and Sequence on which this weekly timetable is based.

Year 2: Select Teaching Resources’ above, ‘Year 2 Teaching Resources’ tab, and ‘Scope and Sequence, with Differentiation’ button to see the Scope and Sequence on which this weekly timetable is based.

Year 3: Select Teaching Resources’ above, ‘Year 3 Teaching Resources’ tab, and ‘Scope and Sequence, with Differentiation’ button to see the Scope and Sequence on which this weekly timetable is based.

Year 4: Select Teaching Resources’ above, ‘Year 4 Teaching Resources’ tab, and ‘Scope and Sequence, with Differentiation’ button to see the Scope and Sequence on which this weekly timetable is based.

Year 5: Select Teaching Resources’ above, ‘Year 5 Teaching Resources’ tab, and ‘Scope and Sequence, with Differentiation’ button to see the Scope and Sequence on which this weekly timetable is based. NB: Although their is no new Addition and Subtraction, or Multiplication and Division, this term, students add and subtract, and multiply and divide, at least once a week to keep their understanding and capacity up.

Year 6: Select Teaching Resources’ above, ‘Year 6 Teaching Resources’ tab, and ‘Scope and Sequence, with Differentiation’ button to see the Scope and Sequence on which this weekly timetable is based. NB: Although their is no new Addition and Subtraction this term, students add and subtract at least once a week to keep their understanding and capacity up.