Click the document below for some brilliant websites that will prepare you for the Multiplication Tables Check.
Joseph, Grace and Iqra exploring ways to make the number 20 independently this morning.
Well done Joseph, Grace and Iqra!
Children of Year 4, I heard that you are learning all about symmetry, so I thought I would share one of my favourite resources that helped me develop my understanding further.
It’s called ‘ITP Symmetry’, use the link below:https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/82/itp-symmetry
What do you think Year 4?
Leave me a comment and keep up the great learning,
Neo and Asaya in 4T have been working really hard in their own time to focus on their Maths targets.
Neo is using hit the button to improve on his number bonds to 10 and 20. He was getting 7 in a minute and is now getting 40!
Asaya has used times table flash cards and has been jamming to learn her sixes which she now knows more confidently.
Well done Neo and Asaya
Miss Allison and her class have been putting in bundles of time and effort into learning times tables! As a result, children have improved their speed and number of questions answered correctly on TT Rockstars.
You Rock 3A!
Take a look at how Algebra can be used within our everyday lives in the phone shop example above!
Time – Thursday 4th February, 10am – 10:20am
This talk will be delivered by business professionals to show pupils the benefits of developing Maths skills now and for their future employment. To join, copy and paste the below link below. If you do not have Microsoft Teams installed, click continue with internet browser.
Maths Challenges? Use the link below to access Khan Academy Maths, which will support you master a range of skills!
In Maths, many of us write the date in Roman Numerals to practise… But what are our favourite Roman Numeral jokes? Read them carefully and see if you can understand them!
- There are II types of people in the world. Those who understand Roman numerals, and those who do not.
- I struggle with Roman Numerals until I get to 159, then it CLIX.
- I, for one, quite like Roman Numerals.
- I ‘excel’ at saying 39 in Roman Numerals… (IXL)
- Roman Numerals. What are they good ‘IV’?
Q: Why can’t a pirate count Roman numerals?
A: They got lost at ‘C’.
A big thanks to Mr Magnall for these!
Visit Khan Academy for a series of Algebra challenges: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra