I hope you are all keeping safe and well. We can't wait to see you all back in school! While school is closed, there are plenty of things to keep your maths brains active on the learning pages for your year group and a few extra maths links and challenges here too to keep you busy and learning.
Written Calculation Methods for Years 3, 4, 5 and 6
Spring Term 2021
We have made a series of four videos for each of the four operations for each year group to show the written methods that our children in KS2 are currently using to add, subtract, multiply and divide.
Please click on the links below to view these.
Maths on the Move!
Home challenge sheets are available for Year 1&2, Year 3&4 and Year 5&6. A great way to practise maths skills but keep on the move too!
We'd love to see photos of you completing the challenges. Send them to your year group email addresses.
Nrich - Maths at Home
This website has some fantastic activities that children can be doing while learning at home.
They include ideas for practical maths activities as well as games puzzles and problems.
Numbots and Times Tables Rock Stars
Everyone from Reception to Year 6 should have a log in for Numbots and Times Tables Rock Stars (it's the same log in for both). Message us on Facebook if you have forgotten your log in details and we can get these for you.
On your class learning pages, you will see that your teachers are keeping an eye out for who is practising the most each week. See if you can get your name on the list of people they spot!
Each Wednesday, we will be sharing a weekly competition on here and on our Facebook page (search for: Henley Green Primary School) and winners will get one of these chocolate treats when we are back in school!
Previous Competition Winners
Rejan in YR and Jacob in Y5
Amitesh in Y6 and Caitlin V in Y4
Andrei in Y2 and Michael in Y4
Suri in Y2 and Lakisha in Y6
Leroy in Y1 and Adelina in Y3
In Teddy Town, teddies are either red or yellow and they live in red or yellow houses. There are 4 teddies - 2 red and 2 yellow, and 4 houses - 2 red and 2 yellow.
Can you match each teddy to a house so that the four pairs are all different from each other?
If you solve that quickly, the puzzle gets harder so well done and keep going!
There are lots of maths games you can be playing to help keep your maths skills as sharp as they can be! Give some of these a go!
There are lots of fantastic websites offering great ideas for learning maths at home at the moment. Your teachers will often ask you to use some of these resources in the work they are setting you each week. Try some of these to keep your maths brains whirring!