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Posted by MissFelmingham | Posted in Fractions | Posted on August 30, 2016

Students create their own Fraction Creatures/Animals using kinder squares. They need to make different fractions, depending on their ability, label the fraction and use it to make a creature. Students working at a high level can create fractions where more than one part is ‘shaded’, e.g. use 3/4 of a kinder circle, or 7/8 of a kinder square. Refer to student instruction sheets attached.

Funky Fractions Creature – pdf

Funky Fractions Creature – word document

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Posted by MissFelmingham | Posted in Angles | Posted on August 30, 2016

Students create their own Angry Birds Course by using a ruler to draw different ‘scenes’. You may need to show some students what Angry Birds is and how to play, there are some good demonstrations on YouTube or you can quickly play a game on the IWB. Once students have completed their course, they then need to highlight or identify all of the angles located in their course.

This task can be differentiated by asking students to locate and label;

- Quarter turns and half turns
- Right angles and angles that are smaller or larger than a right angle
- Right, acute, obtuse, reflex and straight angles
- Use a protractor to measure the degrees in each of their angles and label next to the name

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Posted by MissFelmingham | Posted in Symmetry | Posted on August 30, 2016

Students use large kinder squares to make their name symmetrical.

- Fold the kinder square in half
- Write your name along the folded edge of the kinder square in bubble writing
- Begin cutting out your name starting from the
**non-folded** edge
- Cut out the name, ensuring not to cut all the way to the bottom

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Posted by Perri Wilkinson | Posted in Division, Multiplication | Posted on August 17, 2016

Played in groups of 3-4

Students place KABAM! cards face down on the table. Students take it in turn to flip over a card and solve the division problem. If the students gets the answer correct they can keep the card, if they are incorrect they can place it back in the table. If a student picks up a KABAM! card they must put all their cards back down on the table and start again.

Kabam! shared between and groups of

Kabam! Division 3 digit

Kabam! Division 4 digit

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Posted by Perri Wilkinson | Posted in Length, Measurement | Posted on August 17, 2016

Students create their own measurement monsters using A3 paper to ensure the monsters were large enough. They then use the template attached to measure their monsters using informal units (unifix, icy pole sticks, MAB, paper clips etc) and then formals units (cm and mm) depending on students abilities.

Monster Measurement

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Posted by Perri Wilkinson | Posted in Pattern | Posted on August 17, 2016

This project allows students to develop their understanding of Patterns. It is an open-ended task where students create a quilt of their choice.

quilt cover

Quilt Project

Students create questions based around themselves with numerical answers, e.g. age, house number, number of siblings, number of letters in their first name, shoe size.. (the list is endless). Once students have the answers, they have to create equations to be worked out to get to their answer, e.g ‘My Age’ Answer=12, Equation could be 2×6= 10+2= or even more advanced using BODMAS, decimals, fractions etc.

Once students have created the equations and answers, they present these on a poster with the equation displayed on a piece of paper or a post it note that can be opened up to display the answer underneath.

Figure Me Out Project

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Posted by Perri Wilkinson | Posted in Decimals, Fractions, Percentage | Posted on August 17, 2016

Using a grid, students create a picture that uses at least 6 different colours. Once completed, they have to work out the fraction, decimal and percentage of the different colours in the grid of the total squares in the grid.

Mathsterpiece grids

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Posted by Perri Wilkinson | Posted in Money | Posted on August 17, 2016

Student have a set amount of money to spend for their birthday. They must use catalogues to find items they would want and then complete a range of tasks about those items, for example, making amount using notes and coins, rounding to the nearest 10 cents, working out the total cost and how you would pay for the items, calculating the change you would recieve and ordering the prices.

Money Project

Money Project F.5 – 1.0

Money Project 1.5 – 2.0

Money Project 2.5 – 3.0

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Posted by Perri Wilkinson | Posted in Money, Place Value, Time | Posted on August 17, 2016