Monthly Archives: November 2013

What the Year 3 children thought of Maths Week!

The children were asked what they enjoyed about Maths Week.  this is what they said:

 “I liked Maths Week because making the newspaper towers were amazing and lots of fun.”  Leah

“I liked building the towers because we worked together in a group.”  Emi

“I liked the arty Maths because I liked drawing the shapes.”  Brianna

“I liked measuring the water because it was fun and I learned a lot.”  Reece

“In Maths Week I liked it when we could choose from the different Maths activities.”  Kai E

“I enjoyed the Maths art as Art is my favourite subject.  Building towers was fun too.”  Mya

“I liked building towers and working together.” Nathan

“Building newspapers towers was good as we had to share and work together.” Kai M

“In Maths Week I liked the tower building.”  Charles

“In Maths Week I enjoyed the Magic Square challenge.” Ellie

“I had fun building the towers.”  Bethany

“I liked the different Maths activities because I liked doing the maths puzzles.”  Paige

“I liked doing my times tables.” Abdul

“I liked the paper towers.”  Archie

“”I liked the Paul Klee artwork because I made lots of shapes and patterns.”  Aidan

“In Maths Week I liked the art work where we made and coloured shapes.” Ramla

“I liked listening to the Maths stories.”  Isabel

“”I liked the building the towers because ours was good.”  Willow

“I liked reading the Maths stories and making the faces for the numberline.”  Chelsea

“I enjoyed all of the different activities.”  Phoebe

“I enjoyed everything as I had fun and learned a lot of Maths.”  Josh

“I enjoyed building the towers and doing Magic Squares.  I had fun.”  Poppy

“I had fun making the towers.” Cody

“I enjoyed choosing from different Maths activities.”  Sam

“In Maths Week I liked the Maths art work.”  Dylan

“In Maths Week I liked subtracting and adding up.”  Charlie

Maths activities

This afternoon we explored lots of different Maths activities.  We played maths games on the I-pads, did maths jigsaw puzzles, used the scales to weigh and compare different objects, thought about symmetry by placing objects symmetrically on a large grid, used measuring jugs to compare the capacities of different containers and even learned how to use a compass to draw different sized circles.