Skills revision for NAPLAN 2024

Updated by Michelle

By Michelle Kueh, VP ( | Published January 17th, 2024

Student looking at a computer completing maths sums

NAPLAN, the National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy, is a standardized testing scheme in Australia designed to assess the literacy and numeracy skills of students in years 3, 5, 7, and 9. It is an important evaluation tool used by educators to gauge the performance of students and schools across the nation.

For many Australian teachers, NAPLAN poses a significant challenge, particularly for year 3 and year 5 teachers who guide their students through this annual testing process. The standardised nature of NAPLAN prompts educators to seek effective ways to prepare their students, ensuring they have the necessary knowledge and skills to navigate the assessments successfully.

One valuable approach to preparing students for NAPLAN, particularly in the realm of mathematics, is leveraging resources like Mangahigh. Mangahigh adopts a unique strategy that focuses on helping students recall and reinforce their previous learnings. By revisiting and revising key mathematical concepts through Mangahigh's engaging platform, students can solidify their understanding and build confidence in their abilities.

View the list of skills revision activities:

  1. Year 3 NAPLAN Skills Revision
  2. Year 5 NAPLAN Skills Revision
  3. Year 7 NAPLAN Skills Revision
  4. Year 9 NAPLAN Skills Revision

Activities are pre-assigned, and students simply access their Mangahigh student accounts to access the relevant games and adaptive quizzes.

Mangahigh's methodology aligns with the idea that a strong foundation is crucial for success in standardised tests like NAPLAN. The platform's interactive and gamified nature not only makes the learning process enjoyable but also aids in memory retention. As students engage with mathematical concepts in a fun and interactive way, they are more likely to retain the information, which sets them on a better trajectory for NAPLAN readiness.

In essence, preparing students for NAPLAN involves more than just familiarising them with test format.

It requires a proactive approach to reinforce and strengthen their foundational skills. Mangahigh's emphasis on recall and review positions students to face NAPLAN with confidence, enabling them to apply their mathematical knowledge effectively in a testing environment. As educators explore diverse strategies to navigate the challenges of NAPLAN, incorporating tools like Mangahigh proves to be an effective means of preparing students for success.

Here's a comprehensive list of the range of activities your students will be working on

NAPLAN Activities List

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