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# Maths Week 2021

by Nightingale Book Creator

# Pages 2 and 3 of 19

Nightingale's Skipping Challenge
28th June - 2nd July 2021
At Nightingale, we know that a child's well being is not just academic but also emotional, mental and physical. For Maths Week, we wanted to focus upon the benefits of skipping for physical well being as this is so fundamental in the growth and happiness of all children.

We have all been learning how to record, present and interpret our super skipping in maths, using: tally charts, pictograms, bar charts, line graphs and pie charts.

Come and see all the amazing learning that took place...
To make sure we were counting correctly, we would only count once the person had jumped over the rope.
NURSERY
In Nursery, we practised skipping over a rope and jumping during Maths Week.
NURSERY
We used a table to record how many skips in a row we could do.
We also counted how many jumps we could do in one minute.
RECEPTION
To make sure we were counting correctly, we would only count once the person had jumped over the rope.
In Reception, we challenged ourselves to complete as many skips over the rope as we could in 1 minute.
RECEPTION
We recorded our results on a tally chart.
Some of us were in charge of restarting the timer and telling their friends when to stop skipping.
YEAR 1
In Year 1, we completed our skipping challenge: how many jumps can you complete in 1 minute? Children worked in groups to jump and record each others score.
YEAR 1
We did some class learning about what pictograms are and what we might use them for.
Hear what Zaedan and Zara learnt about.
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