The Space dimension focuses on developing students’ understanding of shape and location. These are connected through forms of representation of two- and three-dimensional objects and the ways in which the shapes of these objects and their ideal representations can be moved or combined through transformations. Students learn about key spatial concepts including continuity, edge, surface, region, boundary, connectedness, symmetry, invariance, congruence and similarity.
Principal operations for computation with space include identification and representation, construction and transformation by hand using drawing instruments, and also by using dynamic geometry technology. (Source:DEECD)



Space Themes and Progression Points 3-6
This document was derived by organising the progression points for this dimension into logical themes. (sometimes using the DEECD overview categories). Themes are in bold and progression points increase left to right. Could assist whole school planning.

Reading a compass 3.0-4.0
Students can construct an interactive quiz in PPT uses hyperlinks between slides from correct hot spots

Reading a compass 3.0-4.0 ( +Geography)
Students construct a travel quiz around australia using compass directions and hidden hotspots. Example and template here.

Naming angles 3.0-4.0
Students construct animated description of angle types and hyperlinked quiz in PPT. Example provided

Dilation, Scale factors Congruence 3.0-5.0
Construct animated powerpoint to demonstrate enlargement by scale factor. Example here

Polygons 3.0-4.0
Template to reasearch and describe ploygons and their properties. Reference to rainforest maths dictionary

Space Online activities 2.0- 6.0
A selection of relevant online actvities with screenshots