Fortnightly maths challenge 6. - due in 19.3.2020
This fortnight's challenge is all about pattern. How do you see patterns differently to others? Using squared paper and felt tips create your own pattern. We will display your work so we can see all the different patterns you came up with. Good luck!
Fortnightly maths challenge 5. - due in 27.2.2020
This fortnight’s challenge involves cooking! You could bake a cake, make some biscuits or follow a recipe to help make dinner for the family. You will be practising your maths skills through measuring weight and volume. You may want to practice your doubling skills by making a larger batch than the recipe states. Write out your recipe and take photos of you measuring out the ingredients as well as the finished food. Please don't bring food in, a picture poster and recipe will be fab for the display board.
Alternatively, if any of you are planning on visiting London in half term and are going to Kings Cross, you could complete the family maths trail attached and discover the maths around the area.
Fortnightly maths challenge 4. - due in 13.2.2020
Smartie Fractions Activity
Create your own investigation using a packet of smarties (or any other coloured treat).
A sheet is attached to help but it would be great if you could design your own. Remember,
work will be displayed on the maths wall in the reception area and one lucky pupil will get a certificate and prize. Please send your work in by Thursday 13th February. Good luck.
Fortnightly maths challenge 3. - due in 23.1.2020
Marvellous measure maths activity
Forget treasure hunts - go on a measure hunt instead! Explore the different lengths of everyday things you see at home. You'll need a tape measure for this activity. Design a poster to show the objects and their lengths. You could convert the measurements. Your work may be chosen for the reception area display board and one person will receive the marvellous maths certificate and prize.
Fortnightly maths challenge 2. - due in 9.1.2020
This activity is perfect for chilly winter afternoons! Your challenge over the Christmas holiday is to explore space, shape and symmetry. You have a choice of paper snowflakes or lolly stick snowflakes. Have fun designing and decorating your snowflakes and bring them in the first week back. The best ones will go on display on the maths board and there will be a prize and certificate given to one lucky pupil. Please see the worksheet attached.
Fortnightly maths challenge 1. - due in 19.12.2019
Starting this week we are introducing a Marvellous Maths challenge for the children to do at home. Please encourage your child to try it. We want to promote a love of maths inside and out of school. This fortnight's challenge is 'Maths of Me'. A bigger challenge would be for the children to design their own, include all the family and make comparisons e.g. finding the difference between the height of different members of the family. This challenge is due in on Thursday 19th December. I would like to display excellent examples in school and there with be a prize for the best effort. Good luck!