Our Mathematician of the Week from last week was…
We are so proud of the effort that you have been putting into your maths this week in everything that you do! Well done!
This week’s mathematician of the week is…
You were able to use coins to make different amounts of money and use your estimation skills to round numbers before you found the actual answer. Superb effort this week!
Our Mathematician of the Week has tried really hard this week when we have been learning about turns (half, quarter and three-quarter turns) and moving in the right direction (clockwise and anticlockwise)
Well done! 🙂
Just because it is our KS1 SATs week, it doesn’t mean that we can’t make our learning fun. Today we played a maths game that challenged our understanding of maths problems in numerals and words.
All around the classroom were different maths clues that we had to solve with a partner. It was fun working with a partner to solve the clues!
Sometimes we could do the problem mentally or sometimes we had to use a whiteboard to help us to show our working out.
It was a race to see who finished first! Here are our winners! Well done everyone!
This week, our mathematician of the week is…
All of the teachers in Pearl class have been so proud of all the effort you have put into your maths work over the last few weeks. You should lots of determination and persevered no matter what! Fantastic effort!
Last week’s Mathematician of the Week was this superstar…
You have tried really hard to answer questions on the carpet as well as being able to show and explain how you found your answers! Keep it up!
We are very lucky to have not one but two mathematicians of the week today!
We have been doing some tricky work this week all about fractions and you two boys have been amazing! You can recognise 1 half, 1 third and 1 quarter and you know that 1 half is the same as 2 quarters. Fantastic effort boys! Keep it up!
This morning, we had a special treat. Our grown ups were able to stay in the classroom a little longer than normal so that they could play games with us.
We were raising money to support the charity NSPCC. Click here to see more information about what the NSPCC does.
We had a brilliant morning. Thank you to our grown ups for staying and playing with us.