Calling all KS2 children
Try the games to help you remember and practice a range of maths skills. There are some really good maths games. I really like the place value one as we are working on that across the school at the moment.
Let me know if you think its a good game and was helpful.
Year four have been working in their class with Tangrams.
Tangrams are shapes that fit together to create different shapes and patterns.
Click on the link above to try it out yourself.
Here are some great sites to visit if you want to practice your key maths skills over the summer.
Remember you can get your 144 badge up to the end of year 4 and your 20/20 badge in year 1 or 2. Will you be the first next year?
Let me know how you get on.
Mrs H 🙂
Can you work out this countdown problem?
Is there more than 1 way?
How many different ways can you halve a piece of paper?
How can you prove it?
Have you thought of these ways? Does it have to be a straight line?
Do you need to be logical to be good at maths?
Try out these problems on nrich and see if you think yes or no.
This is a problem that year six looked at today in maths. Can you see and explain the patterns?
Some children in year three have been exploring money. They have been set the challenge in class of giving Ug change once he has been shopping. This can be very tricky.
I have found a few games to help year 3 (and any other year group who wants a little practice) to help with change.
The three links below will take you to different games. Some are harder than others but have different levels so if its too hard try something easier and if its too easy challenge yourself.
I have found an amazing website that uses Google maps to explore countries and maths ideas. Click on the link below
Then choose this option. It will take you to a 3d map f the world where you can explore different countries, time lines and look closely at places we might never get to visit.
Have a look and tell me what you think? What did you find out?