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Final Maths Week Question:

Well done to all the boys and girls who attempted our second maths problem of Maths week. The following children earn themselves 3 stamps/dojo points for getting the questions correct & being the first to Room 4 with their answers:

6th Class: Hermann 
5th Class: Sebastian 
4th Class: Matthew 
1st Class: Hubert 

Bonus question – earns 1 stamp/dojo point:
6th Class: Nigel 
5th Class: Mikey 

Here’s the final question of the week:

Junior Question:

Granny gave Tom 15c and on the way home he lost 5c.
How much does he have now?

Senior Question:

Directions: Find the words that fit.
Example: 29 = D in F in a L Y
What do the letters stand for?
Answer: 29 = Days in February in a Leap Year

26 = L of the A
7 = D of the W
101 = D
52 = C in a D
88 = P K
13 = S on the A F
365 = D in a Y
18 = H on a G C
90 = D in a R A
3 = B M (S H T R)
24 = H in a D
4 = W on a C
60 = S in a M
28 = D in F
64 = S on a C B

Good luck!

Maths Question Number 2

Well done to all the boys and girls who attempted our first maths problem of Maths week. The following children earn themselves 3 stamps/dojo points for being the first from their room to me with the correct answer:

6th Class: Chloe
5th Class: Mikey
4th Class: Teyanna 
1st Class: Stephen

Question Number 2:

Junior Question:

Eight marbles are in the basket. Four are red and the rest are
green. How many marbles are green?

Senior Question:

o A goldfish costs €1.80
o An angelfish costs €1.40
o Noirín paid exactly €20 for some fish
o How many of each kind did she buy?

Remember to bring your answers to Room 4

Happy Maths Week!

Hello everyone!

As it is Maths Week in Ireland this week all classes will be doing different tasks and activities to celebrate it. Each day there will be a maths question on our school blog for you to solve. The first child to Room 4 with the correct answer for the problem will win themselves some stamps.

Good luck!!

Junior Problem:

Noah saw 12 legs walk by into the ark. How many creatures could he have seen?
How many different answers can you find?

Senior Problem:

Jennie the old sheep dog is lazing around in the paddock near the house. She counts the number of animals in the paddock. There are 11 of them, pigs and ducks. Then she counts the legs. She sees 28 legs.

How many ducks are there?

Remember, bring your answers to Room 4!

Maths Week in Room 12

To celebrate Maths Week 6th class had some fun solving puzzles.

Here are some pictures of us busy at work .


Maths Week in Room 11


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We are solving puzzles as part of our Maths Week activities.  Here is the puzzle we worked on today:

A zoo has several ostriches and several giraffes. Between them they have 30 eyes and 44 legs.

How many of each animal does the zoo have?

Children who return a correct answer to Room 11 before Friday will receive stamps.

Maths and Science Afternnoon

Junior Infants had a really great time preparing our maths project and science experiment for St. Edward’s Maths and Science Afternoon. We also really enjoyed visiting the fair and would like to say thank you to all the other classes for sharing their maths and science projects with us, we learned a lot in one afternoon. We hope all our parents enjoyed their visit as well.

World Cup Rugby Maths in 3rd Class

Maths trail in 4th class

During Maths Week in 4th class we did a maths trail in the school and out around the school grounds. We had to work in groups to answer maths questions. We had to estimate, count, measure, identify shapes and lines and find other information around the school. We all enjoyed the maths trail it was a lot of fun!

Maths Week

During maths week, 6th class went to the IT track to improve their skills of estimating distances.

They also timed themselves walking 400 metres, which is once around the track on the inside lane.

So two and half times around the track is equal to walking a kilometre.

Ms Kivlehan had told them there was a challenge coming up as part of Active Schools Week to walk a mile. So they had to figure out how to convert from km to miles.

One mile is equal to 1.6km.

So 6th class worked out that walking 4 times around the track is equal to walking one mile. Do you agree with them?

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