The worksheet below is your first school closure task. Copy each diagram into your maths book and complete showing ALL workings. Use your maths book to help, all the facts and some questions have been covered in class.
Above is the first homework for the school closure days. You could print this out and complete or copy into your maths book.
You need to use your maths book to help you with this.
May the Force be with you.
During half term you have a Sumdog.com challenge to try and complete. I will also be posting work on my website to cover the teaching time we miss due to the school closure days.
Homework will be posted for your class on the website on Friday 25th October and Friday 1st November. Please ensure that you read these tasks carefully and complete as requested.
Your work can be found by clicking on the Blog page link above or selecting your class from the drop down list on classes.
1) Complete the challenge at http://www.sumdog.com before the end of the month.
2) Visit http://www.mrmcneillmaths.wordpress.com and complete the work set.
I have put together some revision videos for those of you resiting exams in January. This is not a complete list and I will add to it during November.
Great worksheet on multiples in context from justmaths.
New week we will have a look at http://www.pearltrees.com . This looks an excellent resource to improve your revision and to allow you to take control of your learning and work collaboratively with your peers. Have a play with it this weekend.
Pearltrees is your visual and collaborative library. It lets you collect, organize and share everything you like.
It is a library of your digital life where you can collect web pages, photos and notes about the things you like. Then you can organize them as you please and keep them at your finger tips. For example, if you like movies you could organize a pearltree about “cinema” to make it easy to relocate your favorite finds in your library with just a few clicks.
In addition, it’s social: you can discover millions of pearls organized by other people that share your interests. It’s ideal for enriching your library on any topic you care about.
Use these to help you revise solving equations.
Don’t forget to use http://www.studymaths.co.uk to practise these types of questions and others.