A couple of weeks ago in maths we swapped classes because the year 6‘s were practising for their SAT’s week and this is what me and Ciara did.We had to do this by making eight down and eight across with these dominoes.It was really challenging to do.Here is a picture:
Today in our maths class were solving an investigation from nrich. We had to fill in a disk box with different colours, but make sure we put them in the right place and have the right amount of colours.We also had to work out how big the space where the booklet goes.If we got it wrong this would mean we would get the whole investigation wrong. This would mean ‘trial and error’ which was a key thing that was needed.
Today was the maths day and we’ve learned about shapes.
Our class had to make a maths trail for year 1 we had a charactor called Robbie rectangle.
Then in the afternoon we made 3d shapes out of paper roles.
After that we went to the Assembly and all the classes showed something .
Firstly,it was the Foundation stage they sung a song all about shapes.
At the end of the Assembly Mrs Sheath announced the winners of what everyone had to take a picture with an interesting shape.
someone in Foundation stage won someone from year 2 and someone from year 5.
As we know, nets make 3D shapes, or as Luke said, they are “2D 3D shapes!”
The nets below make 3D shapes, but they have all been cut in half! There are 9 3D shapes to make…can you find them? Record your answer (1 at a time) by commenting below – include the letters that go together, as well as the name of the shape!
Congratulations to Ciara who is our mathematician of the week. She has been really careful when using a protractor, and has been able to help other children to become more confident when measuring angles as well.