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  • BGGS Maths presents...

  • So, what is ?

    Your new takeaway

    Mathematics Summer

    Homework menu!

  • Choose your tasks from the menu.

    The chilli rating indicates the level/difficulty of each task. *The higher the chilli rating the more effort/time you’ll need to

    spend on the task*

    By the end of the summer holidays you must have

    achieved at least 24 chillies, but how you achieve these 24

    chillies is up to you! For example, you may choose

    to do 8 ‘main’ tasks, each worth 3 chillies = 12 chillies.

    BGGS Maths presents...

    Takeaway Mathematics

    menu

    “the greatest choice in town”

    Giving you the control & creativity over your Independent Learning

    SPECIALS How to order

    23) Video Be director to your very own video to explain something you have learnt in class

    24) Exam Paper Devise questions, assign marks to these questions and don’t forget the mark scheme!

    26) Comic Strip Design a comic strip to tell the epic tale of your learning, include pictures, frames and onomatopoeia like ‘POW’, ‘WALLOP’ and ‘BOP’!

    27) Top Trumps Produce your own set of ‘Top Trumps’ cards for a topic. Think about the categories you’ll be battling with and choose your characters wisely.

    25) Playing Cards Create a set of 52 playing cards, each with a different question to be answered. Remember to make your ‘Ace’ cards the trickiest of the lot!

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    favourite!

  • 15) Album Choose & explain why a list of songs relate to your recent learning. i.e. Sugagbabes – ‘Round Round’ - circles

    MAINS STARTERS DESSERTS

    2) Key Word Flash Cards Produce some flash cards with key words from your lessons. Include definitions of the words and examples

    3) The Answer is...27 Think up (at least 5) questions, based on your current learning, to which the answer is 27

    4) Quick Questions Write 5 questions, and their corresponding answers, based on your current topic

    5) Wordsearch Design a wordsearch using key words from your lessons

    6) Crossnumber Create a ‘crossnumber’. Make sure the questions relate to your current learning

    8) Hexaflexagons (Fortune Tellers). Make one of these and write questions/answers on each ‘flap’

    9) ‘4 Pics 1 Word’ Choose 4 pics that relate to 1 key word for a recent topic you’ve been studying. Don’t forget to provide letters to choose from!

    10) 10 Question worksheet Write 10 questions based on your recent learning. Don’t forget the answers too!

    11) Revision Poster Sum up your learning of a topic in an A4 poster. Use examples, pics, diagrams etc

    12) ‘Catchphrase’ Write 9 questions to go over an image. The questions are answered to reveal the image (catchphrase). Try using post-its for this!

    13) Newspaper/Magazine Article Write an article to sum up one of your lesson’s learning

    16) Concept Wall Card (see display in class) Create your own card, choosing a key word from one of your lessons

    17) 100 Word Challenge Sum up your learning in 100 words (exactly)

    18) Logo Design a logo to represent your learning in your most recent lesson(s)

    19) 2 facts and a lie Write 2 facts from one of your lessons and 1 lie. Can your learning partner figure out which of the 3 is the lie?

    20) Poem Write a poem to sum up your learning. This could be an acrostic poem!?

    21) Numeracy (across the curriculum) Explain where the topic/skills you have learnt could be applied in your other subjects. Examples/questions should be provided

    22) Learning Journal/Blog Write an account of your recent learning. Reflect on your What Went Well (WWW) and Even Better If (EBI). What do you need to do to improve (INT)?

    1) Tweets Sum up your learning from each lesson in 140 characters. Don’t forget your hashtags #justsaying!

    7) Venn Diagram Draw a Venn Diagram and compare 2 different numbers/shapes/topics you have studied recently

    14) Lets Get Quizzy! Design a quiz, complete with different rounds, on a recent topic. Include answers

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    1) Tweets

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    2) Key Word Flash Cards

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    3) The Answer is...27

    27

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    4) Quick Question

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    5) Wordsearch

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    6) Crossnumber

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    7) Venn Diagram

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    8) Hexaflexagons

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIVIegSt81k

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    9) ‘4 Pics 1 Word’

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    10) 10 Question worksheet

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    11) Revision Poster

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    12) Catchphrase

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    13) Newspaper/Magazine Article

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    14) Lets Get Quizzy

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    15) Album

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    16) Concept Wall Card

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    17) 100 Word Challenge

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    18) Logo

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    19) 2 facts and a lie

    1) The sum of the angles in a triangle is 180 degrees 2) The sum of the angles in a quadrilateral is a 180 degrees 3) The exterior angles of a triangle sum to 360 degrees

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    20) Poem

    Hey diddle diddle the median’s the middle you add and divide for the mean The mode is the one that appears the most and the range is the difference between

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    21) Numeracy

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    22) Learning Journal/Blog

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    23) Video

    For example... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkEOjvloG6c

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    24) Exam Paper

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    25) Playing Cards

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    26) Comic Strip

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    27) Top Trumps