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I'm married to Tim (delivery driver and gorgeous musician), have 2 daughters, live on the south coast of the UK and have 1 aging cat (Hemmingway or Hemmy for short). I love reading, yoga, crafts, baking, daft old comedies, music and teaching.

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Saturday, May 01, 2010

More maths!

I seem to post aabout maths a lot at the moment! :)

April did this activity yesterday - I had some blank Unifix cube printouts so I glued them onto some paper then she drew random amounts of cubes and made addition sums with them.


Rosie, who finished her work on angles by drawing and measuring triangles, decided she wanted to make a game she'd seen in a Murderous Maths book. It's for adding/subtracting positive/negative numbers and you use playing cards - the black numbers being positive and the red ones being negative. The object of the game is to start at the boat and then add and subtract up and down the number line but avoid being frazzled by the sun or eaten by the shark :)

I think she drew it really well .....



The next stop on Rosie's maths "tour" is number patterns .... watch this space :)

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