Join thousands of schools for a mega maths-inspired fundraising day and raise money for the NSPCC, on 2nd February. With new creative activities this year, it’s maths but not as you know it! Whether you dedicate a day or an hour to being a maths maverick, the NSPCC have a range of activities for schools, new for 2018. Schools can register for a pack including:
- digital resources you can use in class
- fundraising tips and ideas to help pupils and teachers raise money
- maths activities for children of all ages
- printed posters to promote your event
- access to teacher resources to keep children safe from harm, supporting your school’s safeguarding.
LGfL have a range of resources that can complement your teaching of Number Day or why not use some of them to turn it into a Number week.
- j2e Tool suite – has a range of maths tools that can be used in class. Why not get your students to use Tt Blast to see who can complete the most games and earn the most points on that day? Or use j2Vote to find out what their favourite number is? j2data and j2measure can also be used during the day to look at measuring distances from school e.g. how many places are with 5cm or 10 cm on a map from school?
- Busy Things – have a range of maths games and quizzes that can be used across the school from EYFS to KS2
- Maths at home Support for busy parents – is great to share with parents on this day to show them different ways that they can support their children at home. The site includes short videos as well as activity sheets that can be used at home.
- Mult e Maths – have both starters and main activities for Years 3 to 6 that can be used on the interactive whiteboard, as well as lesson plans and activities that can be used in the classroom.
- Maths Raps – why not use the day to do a spot of rapping in class, these raps from BEAM have a range of raps related to Number that can be used, or why not get the children to create their own maths raps, use Audio Network as a backing track and upload your raps into Video Central HD to share with the wider community.
- Maths Search and Rescue – can be used on the day to give a real live context to maths. Search & Rescue is extensively mapped to the National Curriculum and includes detailed lesson plans and resources to enable pupils to apply their skills in context, solving problems for themselves. Featuring comprehensive and differentiated support materials, topics covered include Bearings,Pythagoras and Trigonometry, Algebra, Vectors and Speed, Distance and Time.