The class were playing a maths game using interlocking cubes. Can
you help them record what happened?
There are three versions of this challenge. The idea is to change the colour of all the spots on the grid. Can you do it in fewer throws of the dice?
Amit from Visakha Valley School in South
East India wrote;
Here are the words that various
Clayton also from St. Peter's
Josh from The Hall
Never going to happen-Almost definitely can-Not
likely-Possibly-Maybe-I'll think about it-You almost certainly
can-You definitely can
Parnia from Servite
Andrew from Melbourn Village
Six pupils from Burford wrote
Mila from Ricards Lodge HIgh School got
the ideas sorted out along a line like this.
This was an interesting idea, well done Mila
for thinking of this. From Lasswade Schoold in Scotland we had the
following list of words in the Scots Language.
Well done all of you.
Maybe teachers looking at these may see some
value in having similar discussions in various areas of Mathematics
to find out what pupils see as the associated words they know. For
example when working on temperature, "hot, OK, muggy, nice .
. . . . ."