Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Maths activities W5T3

Hi guys - here are the links to the maths activities for this week. The first three require login & passwords - if you are playing these at home you will need to send me a message in edmodo to get these.

Divide it up - hardware






















Divide it up - puppies






















Fraction fiddle
















Around the world - who will be the first to complete this - I've not had any luck so far!


















The Array





Tuesday, July 21, 2009

W1T3 Activities

Try out this fraction activity.


Click here for full screen version



You can also go over the activity we did in class on Tuesday:

Flash Fractions


Here's another interactive activity:

Click here for full screen version

Sunday, June 28, 2009

W10 T2 Maths Activities

Most of our week will be taken up with creating 3D geometric shapes using nets.

However I will also give you links to some activities:


Matching Shapes

Shape Sorter (quite hard!)


Maths Power



Click here to play this game



Tower Blaster



Click here to play this game

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Maths activities Week 9 Term 2

This week there are a number of activities to complete. Remember you have to choose as a group which activity you will do - but you have to do them all!

There are a mix of activities:

Addition

Times Tables

Number ordering

Geometry

Basic Facts

I will also be working with the different Maths groups this week.

Friday, June 19, 2009

W9T2 Addition

Try out this activity embedded here:



If it doesn't work then you can go here:
Bitesize Addition full screen version


Once you've completed the activity take the quiz here.
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W9T2 Multiplication

Play these games to practise your times tables. Then complete the worksheet.

Camel Times Tables
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Paste the worksheet into your maths books when finished.

W9T2 Number ordering

Complete the exercises (medium - hard - very hard) and finish the worksheet.

Forest Ordering
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Once you've completed the worksheet paste it into your maths book.