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# Maths Challenge

# Year 3 Maths Challenge Autumn 1

Bronze Can you order the following numbers in descending order 678, 346, 290, 109, 489, 110 Silver Gold Platinum

# Year 4 Maths Challenge

So far this year we have been looking at addition and subtraction skills. I want to see how good you are at applying these skills to problem solving.ear 4 – Maths challenge! BRONZE CHALLENGE 1) How much would it cost to buy both the Nimbus 1500 and the Nimbus 2000?2) What is the price difference […]

# Year 6 Maths Challenge Autumn 1

Hi Year 6, It’s time again to challenge your brains with Autumn 1’s Maths Challenge! Winners and prizes will be decided at the end of the half term. Good luck! Bronze Challenge: Silver Challenge: Gold Challenge:

# Year 5 Maths Challenge- Autumn 1

Hi Year 5! Are you ready to take the challenge!? This half term we are learning about the 1960’s so I have set you a challenge about this time period and you will need to use your place value knowledge to solve it. Bronze Investigate British singers in the 1960’s: Paul McCartney, Cilla Black, John […]

# Year 1 Maths Challenge Autumn 1

Hi Year 1, Please find your Maths challenge for Autumn 1 below. You only need to complete 1… If you are in Red and Orange Group please complete the ‘Emerging’ challenge. If you are in Yellow and Blue Group please complete the ‘Expected’ challenge. If you are in Green Group please complete the ‘Exceeding’ challenge. […]

# Year 2 Maths Challenge Aut 1

This half term’s challenges are based on number and place value. Choose a challenge and write your answer on the blog. Remember to write which challenge you are completing e.g. Bronze. The best answers could win a prize in the challenge assembly at the end of half term! Good luck! Bronze Silver Gold Platinum

# Year 3 – Summer 2 Maths Challenge

Hi year 3, this half term your challenges will be focused on time, shape, mass and capacity. Please answer all questions on blog or on paper and hand it in to your teacher! Bronze Silver Gold Platinum

# Year 4 Maths Challenge Summer 2

Bronze: Answer the questions about the bar chart data. Which height had the greatest number of plants and trees in? How many trees and plants are 19 metres or less? Silver: Turn this data into a bar chart in your homework books. Gold: Write 5 questions about this data. Can you answer someone else’s […]

# Year 5’s practical maths

Today, some year 5 children applied their knowledge of angles to try and get the perfect hole in 1 in mini golf. Here’s how they got on: Well done to all the children in my group. I was really impressed with your hard work and determination. Who can tell me the key skills they used […]

# Year 5 Maths Challenge

This half term we are learning about the Ancient Greeks. The Ancient Greeks started the Olympic games in 776 BC. Can you become an Olympic mathlete and complete our challenges? We look forward to reading your answers. Bronze If the first Olympic games began in 776 BC and the modern games began in 1896, how […]

# Year 1 Maths Challenge Summer 2

Challenge 1: Please read and answer the word problems below. Remember to read each of the questions carefully and think about what it is asking you to do. Challenge 2: Now try and write 2 of your own word problems.

# Year 6 Summer 2 Maths Challenge – the final one!

Here is some data on footballers: Bronze: Who earns the most money? Who is the shortest footballer? Who is the tallest footballer? How much do the Tottenham footballers earn in total? What is the difference between the tallest and shortest footballer? How many goals have players from Manchester scored in total? Write a short paragraph […]

# Year 2 Summer 2 Maths Challenge

# Reception Maths Challenge

Bronze Challenge: Draw and name the following 2D shapes. Label each shape and describe them. Silver Challenge: Make a shape picture using the following shapes. Label the 2D shapes and write how many sides, corners and faces they each have. Gold Challenge: Draw and name following 3D shapes and describe them. How do they compare […]

# Year 4 Maths Challenge

This half term in topic we have been learning all about the Tudors. Can you complete the Tudor maths challenges? Bronze Silver Gold

# Year 5 Maths Challenge- Summer 1

Hi Year 5, This half term we will be learning about our local area. Therefore, I am setting some mathematical challenges based on knowledge of our local area. Bronze: How far away from Coventry is Stratford Upon Avon? If I went on a day trip to Stratford, how many miles will I travel that day? […]

# Year 3 maths challenge

Bronze Silver Gold Platinum

# Year 1 Maths Challenge – Summer 1

Bronze Solve 3 + 1 = 1 + 3 = 7 + 1 = 6 + 2 = 2 + 6 = […]

# Year 2 Maths Challenge Summer 1

Hi Year 2! This half term’s challenges are about multiplication and division. Write your answers on the blog. Good luck! Bronze Silver Gold Platinum

# Year 6 Maths Challenge Spring 2

Please complete this in your homework book by Friday 5th April. Have fun! Work out the missing angles – try to have a go at all levels! Think about the knowledge you need to apply to solve these problems. Bronze Challenge: Silver Challenge: Gold Challenge:

# Reception Maths Challenge Spring 2

Gold: Write and solve as many adding and take away sums you can by using the numbers 1-15. Silver: How many different ways can you make 10. Write on paper and bring in. Bronze: Write and solve the sums below.

# Year 4 Spring 2 Maths Challenge

Bronze – Write the co-ordinates for each of the images on the grid. Silver – Create the grid above and then plot each of the shapes (join as you draw). Gold – Complete the silver challenge and then state the name of each of the shapes. Platinum – Create your own grid and write the […]

# Year 5 Maths Challenge- Spring 2

Hi Year 5, This half term’s Maths Challenge links to our Rivers topic. Bronze The River Nile is 4132 miles long – round to the nearest 1000, 100 or 10. Where are the coldest waters in the world? Find the location of the coldest waters around the world and identify the average temperature. Put the […]

# Year 3 Maths Challenge

BRONZE: A canopic jar, holding the Pharaoh’s liver, is 12cm tall. Another jar, which is holding his stomach is 14cm tall. How tall would they be stacked on top of each other? SILVER: Convert the heights of the Pharaohs into metres. Remember there are 100cm in a metre. GOLD: 1. The Pharaohs’ tombs are square-based […]

# Year 1 Maths Challenge Spring 2.

Can you complete your Maths challenges below? Bronze What is 1 more than 9?What is 1 more than 7?What is 1 more than 5? Silver What is 1 less than 8?What is 1 less than 12?What is is 1 less than 16? Gold What is 1 more and 1 less than 19?What is 1 more […]

# Year 2 Maths Challenge Spring 2

Bronze Silver Gold Platinum

# Year 4 Maths Challenge Spring 1

Hi Year 4, this half term in topic we have been learning about the Anglo-Saxons. I was wondering if you could complete some Anglo-Saxon based maths problems? Bronze Put each kings reign in chronological order. You will need your knowledge of place value to work this out. Who came first and how do you know? […]

# Reception Maths Challenge Spring 1.

Gold Challenge – Draw three houses for the bears that are different heights. Using a ruler, measure and label them using centimetres. Using the correct mathematical vocabulary, label them according to their size. Silver Challenge – Can you find one item that is shorter than you and one item that is longer than you in your home? […]

# Year 6 Maths Challenge Spring 1

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# Year 3 maths challenge

Bronze 1.John buys a pen for £1.70 and a notepad for £3.20. How much did he spend altogether? 2. Ryan bought three cakes for 22p each. How much did he spend? Explain how to solve these problems. Silver Gold Explain how you know. Platinum Imagine your family agreed to give you some pocket money every […]