Welcome Maths Monkeys
(Five raffle tickets for the first person to answer this correctly - in writing to Mr Waters)
How many triangles and quadrilaterals are there in this diagram?
Here's one for the adults - though you might like to give them some help.
You have twelve golf balls identical in size and appearance but one is a different weight (it could be either lighter or heavier; you do not know which).
You have a set of balance scales.
You have only 3 chances to weigh the balls in any combination using the scales.
Find which ball is the odd one and if it's heavier or lighter than the rest.
How do you do it? (Well done to Hamza's mum; she knows, you know!)
TIMES TABLES PRACTICE
Don't forget, there is a video for every single thing you will be learning in mathematics during Year 4. Click on the the link below and login with your USO.
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Do you understand negative numbers?
Test your understanding of addition and subtraction with these exercises: