This week we are going to try something a little bit different for Mental Maths. We have uploaded a maths video from I See Maths for each day. These tasks are very open ended they all relate to last week's shape topic. Get yourself some scrap paper and a pencil at the ready. It may be useful to complete these challenges with an adult.
To introduce our shape videos, we are describing, visualising and drawing shapes. A great challenge to extend spatial reasoning for children in P4.
Here we look at a range of shapes and see if we can explain why each one could be the odd one out. A great way for children in P4 to explore shape properties.
Today we play guess the shape, where children think about the similarities and differences between shapes to guess the mystery shape.
In this video we compare a range of shapes and look at the properties that they have in common. There are lots of possible answers.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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