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# Topics in Mathematics - Primary Students

### Shape, Position and Movement (Geometry)

### Handling Data (Statistics)

### Measurement

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Successful mathematicians understand and use mathematical ideas and methods, solve problems, explain and justify their thinking, and have a positive attitude towards learning mathematics.

Do you enjoy thought-provoking questions? If so, this is the place for you. Here you will find activities arranged by mathematical topic.

*For problems arranged by mathematical thinking skills, see our Thinking Mathematically page
For problems arranged by mathematical mindsets, see our Mathematical Mindsets page*

Age 5 to 11

Have a go at these activities, which involve shapes and moving objects in different ways.

Age 5 to 11

These challenges will test your understanding of information, as well as how likely different events are.

Age 5 to 11

These activities are all about measuring different things, including time! Can you try and make a sensible guess about the size of something before you measure it?