Category: Maths (page 2 of 3)

3 x Tables by Bradley, Hudson and Ryder

10 x Tables by Maya and Matthew

8 x Tables by Hannah and Brooke

2 x Tables on Prezi

The Attributes of a Triangular Prism

Triangular Prism from Scott Baldock on Vimeo.

The Attributes of a Cube

Cube from Scott Baldock on Vimeo.

The Attributes of a Triangular Based Pyramid

Triangular Based Pyramid from Scott Baldock on Vimeo.

Addition Strategies

Mr.Baldock’s and Mrs.Molloy/Daldry’s class joined together to do our Week 8 Assembly. Some people from Mrs. Molloy and Daldry’s class or and Mr. Baldock’s class showed our school the 3 addition strategies the jump strategy, the split strategy and the compensation strategy. Watch our videos about all the addition stratagies! 🙂 🙂 🙂


Division Games

We are currently working on our division skills in Maths. Here are some fun games below to help you work on your skills.

division derbyDrag Race Division

Demolition DivisionTug Team Pony Pull Division

Maths: Angles

In maths we have been working on angles. There are three different types of angles we looked at, right angles, obtuse angles and acute angles. The right angle is two lines measured at ninety degrees. An obtuse angle is greater than ninety degrees. An acute angle is measured less than ninety degrees.These angles can help you with shapes. They can be found in many places. Some example are: on a square, a door, a bed and many other things.

Below are some pictures of an activity we did where we had to make these angles with a partner using our bodies.

By John


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