Today we took advantage of the beautiful weather and went outside to do a little revision for our maths lesson. The pupils had to work together to use their bodies to answer the maths question. They had to show an understanding of the maths task and work well within their team to get themselves in the correct position to provide the correct answer – sometimes easier said than done…
Firstly we described a 2D shape.
A rectangle –
An equilateral triangle –
A pentagon with only person speaking to position bodies –
A maths sum where the answer was 4 –
A maths sum where the answer is 10 –
A maths sum where the answer is 14 –
The answer is 15 and 102 –
Just for fun we joined together to make a big wind turbine.
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On the last day of term we performed our escape room challenges. The class were split into small groups. They researched escape room challenge ideas and then thought of their own versions that they could set for the other teams within the class. They had been working on this over a few sessions and there was much excitement to see what all the other teams had come up with.
There was a great variation in the types of challenges that had been set, they covered a good range of skills for the pupils to try and solve. Some were more challenging than others, some were single steps, some multiple steps and they used a great range of resources and skills to complete their set tasks.
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