# What's covered in the Year 7 NAPLAN Skills Revision module?

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1. Add and subtract large numbers mentally
2. Order decimals
3. Calculate square numbers and square roots
4. Calculate cube numbers
5. Recognise number patterns and relationships
7. Use number machines
8. Find the term to term rule
9. Find a fraction of an amount – simple examples
10. Change fractions into percentages and decimals
11. Find a fraction of an amount: standard examples
12. Use quick methods for multiplication
13. Multiply and divide mentally
14. Multiply and divide decimals by 10, 100, 1 000
15. Plot and interpret real-life straight line graphs
16. Divide by decimals
17. Identify equivalent fractions
18. Solve problems with ratios
19. Use parentheses
20. Function Machines: squares and cubes - Bubble Function
21. Add and subtract large numbers mentally
22. Use ratio and proportion (drawings and models)
23. Work with money
24. Use negative numbers
25. Extending the number line - Piñata Fever
26. Find percentages – calculator
27. Calculate percentage discounts
28. Solve word problems
29. Use 𝑛th term to generate linear sequences
30. Describe patterns and linear rules
33. Multiply with fractions
34. Identify types of angle
35. Draw and recognise nets
36. Calculate the perimeter of complex shapes
37. Enlarge on a grid
38. Convert between units of time
39. Measure time
40. Measure angles
41. Describe 3D shapes
42. Identify and draw lines of symmetry
43. Use compass directions
44. Convert metric units of capacity
45. Draw elevated drawings
46. Calculate angles around a point
47. Solve problems of length, area, and volume scale factors
48. Use and convert metric units
49. Recognise a prism
50. Learn about position and direction
51. Recognise perpendicular and parallel lines
52. Identify types of angle
53. Calculate with length
54. Use the digital clock
55. Record and compare seconds, minutes and hours
56. Calculate with capacity
57. Convert metric units of weight
58. Calculate the perimeter of complex shapes
59. Recognise a prism
60. Recognise and calculate opposite angles
61. Recognise and calculate corresponding angles
62. Understand alternate angles
63. Find the area of a rectangle
64. Use compass directions
65. Construct and interpret frequency tables
66. Use frequency tables
67. Use bar charts
68. Design data collection sheets
69. Understand the likelihood of events
70. List possible outcomes from a single event
71. Find the mean
72. Interpret raw data