Sixth class came and showed us how to play some maths games so that we can now play them on our own.
On Friday we enjoyed playing different games in class. We are learning to play independently, take turns, follow the rules, play fairly and win and lose graciously.
In First Class we are working on addition, 2D and 3D shapes in our maths stations! We love Maths! See some photos….
We played different maths games recently to practice turn taking, counting, matching, memorising, comparing and winning and losing graciously.
Today we went outside to find examples of different shapes. We found lots of rectangles, squares, circles and semi-circles but not many triangles. There were lots of large shapes on the basketball court that we could all stand on and walk around.
We played maths games every morning for Maths Week. Some of our parents came in to play the games with us. It was good fun. We enjoyed maths week.
Last week second class went outside to do a maths trail as part of maths week. During computers they worked in pairs to write a couple of sentences about the trail. We did a maths trail. The easiest bit was the table tops. We thought the front yard was the most fun. By Conor + Oisín D We did strides around the track we
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Last week First Class did a maths trail using Ipods and QR codes! We had great fun!
We were learning all about subtraction in a fun way today. Here we are doing our activities.
We made 2-D and 3-D shapes using marshmallows and spaghetti. When we used long spaghetti, our shapes were shaky and unsteady, so we decided to break the spaghetti in half. Our shapes became more stable. We made squares, triangles, rectangles, diamonds, cubes, pyramids, and cuboids. “I put pieces of spaghetti inside the squares of my cube to make it more steady, then it made four triangles inside the
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