The Frog Puzzle

In numeracy today I asked the question: “why do you think I loved that lesson?” Every pupil in the room new precisely why!

The level of resilience, determination and enthusiasm from all was fantastic.

A big thank you to Mandela class for kicking the year off in fantastic style.

If you want to continue the investigation, complete it and maybe challenge yourself further, there is an online version of it here:

The Frog Puzzle 

Maths Activities and Games for Your Help

Below are several games and activities that you can have a go at to help tighten up your understanding of some of the concepts of maths:

Grouping fractions, decimals and percentages.

Range of activities: number bonds, timestables, halving, doubling etc. – Especially good for looking at halving and doubling decimal numbers.

Practising your ability to calculate percentages of amounts. 

Finding equivalent ratios/fractions. 

Guess my angle – best for you to go on “estimating up to 180”.

Countdown – practice your mental four operations.

Weighing scales – reading the scale correctly. 

Matching decimals, fractions and percentages. Matching Cards.

Fractions of amounts – a lot trickier than it seems!

Variety of problems and questions. 

2d and 3d shapes. 

Let me know how you get on and have a wonderful weekend 🙂