Ms Whitaker’s Maths!

4 04 2018

Do you agree with Ms Whitaker’s answer? Why / why not?

 




Maths Day 2018!

9 03 2018

How many ways can you represent the number 24?

The answer at CMPS is…lots!!

What an amazing day we have had, working with different children across the school, and what fantastic behaviour for learning we showed! #proud

What was your favourite part of the day?




Ms Whitaker has another go…!

20 02 2018

Thanks for your help everyone. I realise now that I should have used all the numbers, so I’ve had another go. Let me know what you think (fingers crossed!).

Ms Whitaker




Ms Whitaker and Ms Mumby play the 24 Game!

6 02 2018

Ms Whitaker and Ms Mumby have been challenging each other at the 24 Game! Did we do well (we think we did)? What advice do you have for us?

 




24 is the answer. What is the question?

29 01 2018




Maths Blog is Back!

25 01 2018

After a brief hiatus, the Maths Blog is back, bigger and better than ever! Happy New Year…that got me thinking, how many weeks has it been since 2018 began? How many days? Hours? Minutes? Seconds?

Comment below with your answers…there could be House Points on offer for great answers!




Monday Mathematics Madness!!

6 03 2017

Today we held Clapham Manor’s first Monday Mathematics Madness event! Six teams battled it out to be crowned Spaghetti Tower Champions. Their task? To use 20 pieces of spaghetti and 1 metre of masking to create a tower that would support one marshmallow. There was a time limit of 18 minutes and the tower had to be free-standing.

The challenge was set and the battle commenced! Parents, carers and other family members worked with their children to attempt the challenge.

Congratulations to the Fulford Three who won with a height of 71cm and a tower that didn’t fall over, even after 5 minutes. A prize is on its way to you! What type of shapes did they use in their tower? Why?

The rest of the results were as follows:

Tinkers: 71cm

Patrick and Family: 70cm

Bright Brains: 58cm

Jack Plum: 53cm

Marshmallow Munchers: 26cm

Maybe next time you and your family could join us for some more mathematical challenges!




24 Game – Maths Club Challenge!

31 01 2017

24

Calling all Maths Club Members (and anyone else who is up for a challenge!). Can you solve these 24-Game cards?

24 Game – Aim is to make the number 24, using all the numbers on the card only once. You can use any of the four operations to get to your answer. 1 dot = tricky, 2 dots = trickier, 3 dots = trickiest

Comment below with your solutions before Tuesday 7th February.

242 241 243




Sumdog contest!

24 11 2016

sumdog

Every class in the school is entered into a contest on Sumdog this week (starting Friday 25th November). If you work as a class to answer lots of questions correctly then your class could be in with the chance of winning some great prizes! Ms Whitaker will also be giving out certificates to individuals who really impress her with their resilience and hard work. So get online and get playing! Good luck!




Maths Problem of the Week!

18 10 2016

Image result for maths puzzle get you thinking

Comment with your answer and how you solved it! Could you create your own puzzle like this for Ms Whitaker and Ms Mumby?







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