Monthly Archives: July 2016
This is the fourth in a series of blog posts about a Maths Day I did in a Year 7 classroom. So far I’ve discussed
how awesome the day was
how I implemented Quarter the Cross
the unexpected things that happened with Zero Zeros.
In this post, I’ll be talking about the activity we did in the recess-to-lunch period. […]
This is the third in a series about a Day of Maths I did in my daughter’s Year 7 classroom. I started back with The Best! Day! Ever! and then talked about Quarter the Cross. This post is about a puzzle I gave to students to fill in some time while their classmates finished off […]
This is the second in a series of posts about the Maths Day I did in my daughter’s Year 7 classroom. Last time, I talked about the awesomeness of the day as a whole. For the next few posts, I’ll talk about the actual activities we did.
After the general intro into me and what I […]
Last Monday, I was invited into my daughter’s Year 7 classroom to do a full day of maths with the students. It was the Best Day Ever. I had so much fun giving the students things to think about, and watching and helping the students think and talk about them.
The teacher, Anne, was an absolute […]