Mathematics

 

 

MONEY MASTER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STUDENTS MINDMAP about the ‘Count On’ strategy

AUSSIE COINS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MONEY BAGS GAME

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AUSTRALIAN MONEY – COINS

TELLING TIME TO THE HALF HOUR

PLACE VALUE

PLACE VALUE – EXPANDED NOTATION

GRAPHING DATA

Online Graphing
Create a chart

Brainteaser

Brainteaser 1

Three empty glasses are lined up next to three full glasses. You want the empty and full glasses to alternate, but you are only allowed to touch one of the glasses. How do you do it?

 

Brainteaser 2

You have a pile of 10 cent, 5 cent and (very old) 2 cent coins. In how many different ways can you make exactly 31 cents?

 

 Brainteaser 3

The hot water tap fills the bath tub in 9 minutes and the cold water tap fills it in 6 minutes. How long will it take to fill the tub if both taps are used?

 

Brainteaser 4

In his will, a man leaves 7 full, 7 half-full and 7 empty wine barrels to his three sons. Every son is supposed to receive the same number of barrels and the same amount of wine. How can this be done? You are not allowed to pour wine from one barrel to another.

Have fun solving one of these brainteasers. Email your answer to your teacher!

TESSELATIONS – Click here to create a tesselation

The Picture Key

HOW DOES THE PICTURE BELOW, RELATE TO MATHEMATICS?

 

 

Build Up the 100 Chart

Click HERE to go and put together the 100 number chart. How good are you at NUMBER jigsaw puzzles?

 

Place Value Math Song

Ma and Pa Maths???

ARE YOU TYPICAL

Watch the video below and think about the MATHS!! How is this video about maths?

 

SHARK NUMBERS

 

ORDERING AND SEQUENCING NUMBERS

COUNTING CATERPILLAR

COMPARE AND ORDER

 

The BIGGEST Smile

This week we have been learning about LENGTH. We have looked at informal (unifix, paperclips, minis) and formal (ruler, metre ruler, tape measure) units of measurement.

Students today had to find out who has the biggest smile. They had to choose what they would use to measure their BIG smile. After some discussion string was mentioned. Students then had to measure their string in centimetres.

We had lots of FUN!!!

Here are some photos of what we did.

 Can you smile really big? How big is YOUR biggest smile? We would love to hear about YOUR big smile! Please tell us how you measured your BIGGEST smile.

 MATHS SITES AND GAMES

 Mathletics Web Site

Numbers

Count Us In: Games designed to help children understand basic maths concepts.

Groovy Mathematics: Choose a level and an area to complete a range of activities.

BBC – Number Time: Select from a range of games.

Rainforest Maths: Use your Mathletics username and password to access site. Lots of activities to choose from!

Base Ten: Move the hundreds, tens and ones to make the number.

2 thoughts on “Mathematics

  1. WOW! What great, big smiles you all have 1/2 ET! What a clever way to measure a smile, well done!

  2. Hello Mrs. Le Gall:)
    Just wondering whether YOU measured YOUR biggest smile? We would love for you to tell us, so that way we can compare smiles. How much longer/bigger do you think our smile will be?
    Regards, Mrs. Tomazos

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