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Maths Week by Mind Map: Maths Week
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Maths Week


Slogan/Tagline Competition

Maths poetry

Maths stories

Jon Scieska's "Maths Curse"


Scéilte, dánta & rannta bunaithe ar Mata



Important events in time during the maths week

Famous mathematicians

Egyptian/Roman mathematics


Other countries' methods of calculation


Competition for the heaviest potato

Demonstrate the link between maths and science


Teach a new tune using the number method

This will enable less musically talented children to master a tune without the need to be able to read music


How many ways can you make the number 2014

Children invite parents to maths games session

Practically, would be easier for younger classes to do this later in the week

Display maths problems on maths board

Display items of 1kg in weight on table beneath maths board

Specific maths games times to be timetabled if wanted

Work sheets to be provided if requested

Maths websites, mathletics etc. to be highlighted


Children to develop their own puzzles

Food pyramid etc.


Demonstration of particular relevant numbers, e.g. 3


Role play based on the shop, restaurant


Maths Trail Around the school

Check suitability for this for all levels

Maths Treasure Hunt


Poster Competition

Models of 3 D shapes

Metre cube from newspapers

Create a display to show the idea of 100, e.g. pasta shells

L.S./Lang. S

Counting in different languages