We did some lovely activities this week for Maths Week. Here are some pictures of what we did. They were fun ways of learning Maths.
We have been learning about 2-D Shapes this week. We used matchsticks and wool to construct the shapes we learned about. For art, we used Wassily Kandinksy's concentric circles as our inspiration to create flowers.
Today in Maths, we were working on the concepts of greater than, less than and equals. We used dice, playing cards, counters and whiteboards to practise our skills. It was a fun way to do Maths!
Maths Puzzle Fair: Some more photos from our mini maths puzzle fair. Lots of problem solving going on at every station!
Congratulations to Alex Naughton (5th Class) , Martina Thomas and Hannah Walsh (4th Class), Nataljia Savic and Maria Thomas (6th Class) who all recently qualified and took part in the Mathletes Connacht Provincial finals in NUIG. Well done - everyone in the school is very proud of your achievement!
A special mention to Maria Thomas and Martina Thomas who have now also qualified for the National Mathletes Challenge Finals which will take place this Saturday May 2nd in DCU. We wish you both every success and hope you have a fantastic day up in Dublin!
Well done also to everyone who took part in the Mathletes Challenge in the school this year!
MATHS PUZZLE FAIR WITH 4TH & 5th CLASSES IN THE HALL. HUGE THANKS GO TO MARIE NOELLE BEGGAN - MATHS 4 REAL. IT WAS FUN!
We are delighted that 7 of our students have reached the Connacht finals in the national Mathletes.ie competition. Maria, Kyra, Natalija and Marcus in 5th class as well as Stephen K, Stephen C and Aditya in 6th class will all be attending the finals in Claregalway Secondary School on Saturday, May 10th. Well done!!
Our 5th and 6th class students have been taking part in the Mathletes Challenge 2014. The children have been working on improving their maths in their own time at home and have been doing fantastically so far. The challenge involves children using the Khan Academy website to practice and master a variety of Maths skills.
So far we are in 2nd place overall in the country for primary schools. We are also very proud of our 3 fifth class students Kyra, Natalja and Marcus who are all in the top 10 in the country for fifth class and also Stephen C who is in the top 10 for sixth class.
We will have to keep working hard to keep ourselves up the leaderboard.
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