To consolidate our learning about translations and reflections, we drew co-ordinates grids outside and then translated or reflected the shapes we made.
We went different places in the grounds to practise our learning about length, weight, capacity and conversions.
We went out into the woods and used tally charts to collect various information about trees, such as their species, height and the circumference of their trunks. When we returned to the classroom, we represented this data as bar graphs, pictograms, as well as Venn and Carroll diagrams.
We practised our multiplication skilss while having lots of fun playing Product Bingo.
We went out into the pond area to do some 'Nature Maths' - as one of the children aptly described it! We used the natural features there to help our learning about different types of angles. What angles can you see?
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