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Maths resources and puzzles

Maths links and challenges

When working with numbers, the best way to understand them is by using them in lots of different contexts. There are lots of different online learning opportunities to help enrich the maths curriculum and these will be posted here.

https://www.mathschase.com/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games

https://www.themathsfactor.com/

Times Tables Rock Stars battle results week 1

What a week of battling on TTRS! Some competitions going right down to the wire. Some incredibly high individual scores too to help their team be successful in the battle. See below for winners and results.

 

Team 1    vs   Team 2
Warhol (Y6) 16,672   W vs 15,859 Staff
Hockney (Y4) 10,529   W vs 6,098 Picasso (Y5)
Monet (Y2) 17,466   W vs 10,479 Hepworth (Y3)

 

Well done to Warhol, Hockney and Monet for winning their battles! Well done to everyone who took part this week. The top 2 scorers from each team were:

 

Top scorers    
Warhol  Mckauly 6,986 points
  Lucas 5,099 points
Staff Mrs Henderson 5,634 points
  Mrs Smith 3,593 points
Hockney
Finley
3,886 points
  Lucy 2,337 points
Picasson Joseph  1,918 points
  Riley 1,871 points
Monet Jessica 6,702 points
  Moesha 2,893 points
Hepworth Gracie 7,590 points
  Jackson  1,280 points

 

A new battle will commence week beginning 20th April. 

 

 

Can you remove six matchsticks to make 10?

Can you remove six matchsticks to make 10? 1

Can you use reasoning to find out the values of the animals? When you have finished, use the questions at the bottom to discuss the reasoning and process you went through.

Can you use reasoning to find out the values of the animals? When you have finished, use the questions at the bottom to discuss the reasoning and process you went through. 1

Can you fill in the gaps using your understanding of number and inverses?

Can you fill in the gaps using your understanding of number and inverses? 1
This challenge is all about number. Try and encourage children to write this down in their home learning books or, for younger children, write it out for them to fill in the missing gaps. Ask them to reason about how they will solve it and do some verbal thinking explaining how they are finding the missing numbers. 

Can you work out how much the fruit is worth?

Can you work out how much the fruit is worth? 1

How many squares can you see?

How many squares can you see? 1

At what number is the car parked?

At what number is the car parked? 1
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