MiniLUK 12 Box & Workbooks – LITERACY and MATHS List

Below are the links for the list of downloadable PDF workbooks that is used with the MiniLUK 12 system. All workbooks are designed to be used with or without LUK.

Mini LUK self checking control 12 tiles BOX (Free delivery Australia only.) – To be used with 12 question worksheets.  Return to

Mini LUK 12 Workbooks – LITERACY list

Early Reading Intervention – Activities leading to teaching reading. Introducing printed words. Finding and matching pairs of identical picture – word images.

Learn to Write Simple Sentences – When learning to read it is necessary to recognise and differentiate letter shapes and translate them into their corresponding speech sounds.

Reading Intervention – Activities leading to teaching reading, by matching picture and word with word.

Reading Spelling Short Words – Teaches simple phonic patterns, matching words with pictures.

Reading for Meaning – Find suitable words to match the meanings of short sentences based on common spelling patterns and sight.

Reading and Spelling Patterns – Matching words with pictures. Learn to read by recognising common spelling patterns.

Rhyming Words Enhance Reading – Onset and rime; find and match the words based on common rhyming patterns. Excellent for automatic recall.

Spell and Read Words with the Vowel A – Activities reinforce fourteen spelling rules (patterns) to assist the reading and pronouncing of the letter a.

Mini LUK 12 Workbooks – MATHS list

Basic Number Concepts – Motivating way to count. Concept of 6; join numbers with pictures or circle the correct number to match the set of pictures.

How Much? Counting Money – Count $1 coins, counting on in ones from $5 and then $10.

Simple Addition Using Add On Strategies – Some children find adding 2 groups of objects to form a third group
confusing. How can 4 and 3 equal 7?

Beginning to Subtract – The use of 12 questions (problems) makes the program compatible with the miniLUK self checking system.

Practise and Perfect Subtraction – Substraction strategies with adequate numeracy provides lifelong opportunities to the fulfilment and social and workplace participation.

Regroup and Subtract – This workbook provides handy strategies to teach skills that students need to perform subtractions. Students are encouraged to master basic subtraction facts by learning simple computations techniques.

Multiply and divide by 3 – Add on 3 repeatedly, learn and use multiples of 3, use reverse multiplication to divide by 3.

Multiplication Activities – Teaches multiplication skills using multiples of 2, 5 and 10 using both horizontal and vertical arrangement including decimals and monetary values.

Get ready for problem solving – Students struggling in math often don’t understand the mathematical terminology. They find it hard to identify and analyse information, think and reason to solve problems.

All About Angles A – Identifying, classifying, group and measure angles. Finding the unknown angle by subtracting the known angle or angles from 90˚ or 180˚ or 360˚.

Angles in Triangles – Good way to practice addition and subtraction by working out the sizes of angles.

Decimal Notation, place value Multiplication – The Decimal is a commonly used contraction of the term decimal fraction. The workbook encourages students to interpret decimals as tenths, hundredths and thousandths.