Maths Week Mini Quiz with Franz Schlindwein
Due to the continued success of the Mega Quiz for pupils in senior primary and secondary, last year we piloted a Mini Quiz for younger pupils. This transpired to be a great success with 12,000 pupils participating in the inaugural event. This year we hope for even more participants.
Using physical maths resources, we pose 8 questions, live to pupils via Zoom. The pupils work together on the problems and submit one answer sheet per class. The event takes no longer than one hour and is scheduled for 11.11am. All pupils in 2nd and 3rd / P3 and P4 classes are welcome to participate.
Loving Maths with Steve Sherman for Pre-School and Junior Primary
Audience: Preschool, Junior Primary, P1 & P2
Join master story teller, Steve Sherman, the chief imagination officer of Livingmaths.com for Maths Story adventure. You are invited to take part in 5 exciting episodes in the Loving Maths series. Children will be introduced to mathematical concepts and ideas through the use of stories and play. The sessions are interactive and the learners will love the stories, the fact that they can assist the hero or heroine of the story and they will get to play a game against Steve as well!
Cuthbert Sees Double with Sally Lunt
Audience: Sr -1st class (ROI); Y2-Y3 (NI)
This workshop focuses on doubling. Beginning with a purpose-written story followed by a question-and-answer session and then an arty maths activity to reinforce learning. This workshop will help children to see that doubling a number is the same as adding the number to itself. Those attending the event will need:
- Dice or cards for the double it activity
- Paint and paper for the art activity (schools can opt to do this after the session)
The Maths Week Mega Quiz 2022 with Franz Schlindwein
This will be the third year of our Maths Week Mega Quiz. Originally created to reach out to more pupils across the country during the pandemic, this quiz has taken off as an annual Maths Week event, with 18,000 pupils participating last year. This year we hope to make it even bigger.
Using physical maths resources, we pose 8 questions, live to pupils via Zoom. Pupils work together as a team on the problems and submit one answer sheet per class. The event takes no longer than one hour and is scheduled for 11.11am. All pupils in 5th, 6th and First Year / P6, P7 and Year 8 classes are welcome to participate.