3D Shape Challenge!

Dear Class 1 and Class 2

I have a new challenge for you! The last two weeks I have noticed you have been learning all about 2D and 3D shapes.

Can you explain the difference between 2D and 3D shapes to somebody at home?

Can you find 10 examples of 3D shapes in and around your home? Think about Miss Mulhern’s favourite example – icecream cone!

Here is a fun game for you to play too, it will help you remember the properties of different 3D shapes.

http://www.ictgames.com/Y2shape.html 

Please leave me a comment about how you have got on!

Love from Logic x

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Number challenge!

Hello to all the mathematicians from Class 1 and Class  2!

Here is my new challenge:

The answer is 9.

What could my question be?

Good luck and I look forward to hearing your ideas!

2D shape challenge

What an excellent start you have all made in maths this year! I have really enjoyed helping you in your lessons!

This week we have been learning about 2D shapes. I have 2 challenges this week:

1- How many examples of 2D shapes can you spot in real life? (E.g. a clock = a circle)

2- Here is a fun shape game you can play at home on the computer! http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/maths/shapes/play/popup.shtml

Good luck and don’t forget to message me some of your answers!

Love from Logic.

P.S – check out the shape activities on Mathletics too!

Welcome to Logic’s Blog!

Hello Class 1 and Class 2!

I hope you are enjoying your new maths lessons in Year 1. I have been very impressed with all of your fantastic work in Numeracy so far! Last week we started looking at addition. Can you help me with my challenge this week?

 

How many addition number sentences can you make that equal 10?

Here is one to help you: 5 + 5 = 10

Good luck with the challenge. Please leave me replies with some of your ideas, I would love to hear from you!

Love from Logic

Money challenge!

Hello to all my budding mathematicians!

This week we have been working really hard learning about money.

Here is a game for you to try at home, You have to scan the item and then work out which coins you need to pay for it.

http://www.ictgames.com/payForIt/index.html

Once you have tried this, have a go at playing shop-keepers at home. Can you give the right amount of change from a 20p or 50p?

 

Good luck! From Logic!

Number formation challenge!

Hello to all of the super maths stars in Year1!

I have been looking closely at your maths work and would like you to practise your number formation at home.

  • Make sure your numbers are the right way round.
  • Try to write numbers from 20 to 100 and make sure you have the tens and units in the correct order.

If you aren’t sure, try looking at number squares to help you or come and ask your teacher!

 

Challenge #5

Hello again boys and girls,

I hope you all had a fantastic time in the Christmas holidays. I went to visit some of my robot friends!

This week we have been learning how to partition numbers into tens and units. Here are some links to 2 games which will help you carry on learning about partitioning.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/starship/maths/games/place_the_penguin/big_sound/full.shtml

http://www.ictgames.com/sharkNumbers/sharkNumbers_v5.html

If you want to let me know how you get on, write me a message on here!

Good luck!