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Week Beginning 8th February 2021 - Super Statistics πŸ“‹

Please note - if you complete a quiz, you will be able to get feedback from your teacher. Click here to find out more. 

Monday 8th February

Learning Objective: To make and use tally charts

I can remember to:

  • Draw one line to represent each item
  • Draw the fifth line across to make a group of 5
  • Count in groups of 5s to check the total
  • Challenge: Make a tally chart of my own
Our lesson today requires us to count in 5s so we can all warm up our brains and our bodies with the fantastic Supermovers song!

For the tasks today, there are 3 levels.  I'd like everyone to have a go at level 2 and get as far as you can. If you'd like to start with level 1 first you can.  If you complete level 2 and would like a further challenge, have a go at level 3. 
Please use this google form to upload your maths work from today.
Now have a go at the quiz for today! Click here.
Take a look at all our whizzy work from today. Well done Aslans - we're so proud of you!

Tuesday 9th February 

Learning Objective: To draw and interpret pictograms

I can remember to: 

Use information from a tally chart to create a pictogram 

Use a symbol to represent an amount

Use a key

Count in multiples

Finished your work? Want a further challenge? Try one of these!

Click here to complete the quiz and/or give feedback on the lesson today.
Please use this google form to upload your maths work from today.

Wow! Look at all this Whizzy Work Aslans! We're so proud of you! Give yourselves a big whoooooosh!

Wednesday 9th February 

Learning Objective: To draw and interpret bar charts

I can remember to:

Make a tally chart to collect data

Label the animals on the horizontal axis

Choose a scale for the vertical axis

Draw and colour the bar for each animal

 Use the bar chart to answer questions

These are the images that are included in the resources above.

Finished your work? What a further challenge? Try one or more of these!

Please use this google form to upload your maths work from today.
Click here to complete the quiz and/or give feedback on the lesson today.

Look at all these fabulous tally and bar charts. Well done Aslans! Great work on the quiz too.

Thursday 11th February 

Learning Objective: To interpret information from tables

I can remember to:

Read the information in the table 

Read the questions and find the information in the table

Use my calculation skills to fill in missing information

Check my answer makes sense

Please use this google form to upload your maths work from today.
Click here to complete the quiz and/or give feedback on the lesson today.

Some very whizzy maths work from today - well done Aslans!

Friday 12th February

The tasks yesterday were particularly challenging. Well done everyone for having a go at these!

 

Please watch this video to find out how to receive individual feedback on the quizzes. We have been responding to all the quizzes individually but you must keep the browser open to be able to receive it. 

Learning Objective: To practise place value and times table skills

I can remember to:

Know what each digit represents in a number

Count up in different multiples

Solve the answer to calculations

Use a key 

 

 

Please click on the image to upload your work from today. 

Y3 Y4 Chinese New Year Maths

TANGRAMS 

Once you have complete the challenges above, you can try out some of these tangram activities. 

You can complete a puzzle online using the links below. Alternatively, you can make or print your own tangram puzzle and then have a go at some of the challenges.

 

Online Resources

Interactive puzzle Level 1 Click here 

Interactive puzzle Level 2 Click here 

Interactive puzzle challenges. This resource is brilliant! Click here for a range of tangram challenges that accompany a story set in China. Join Granma T, her grandchildren and colleagues on an adventure and create different pictures from tangrams.  There are 30 challenges in total! Each one has an extra challenge at the end for you to try.

HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN TANGRAM PUZZLE

Level 1

Print and cut out a tangram puzzle

Level 2

Make your own tangram puzzle using card, scissors, a ruler and a pencil.  There’s an instruction sheet below the video.

How to make a Tangram

Level 3

The video below explains how to make your own  using squared paper, card, scissors, a pencil, a ruler and some paper clips.  Click here for the template but this is not essential.

Making a Tangram Puzzle - squared paper

Once you have made your puzzle, have a go at one of these challenges. Or you could get creative and make your own pictures!

How to complete a tangram puzzle

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