Good Morning Year 6,
I hope you enjoyed your weekend and managed to spend some time outside in the sun.
The first couple of lessons this week link to you English topic of the Olympics.
Monday and Tuesday
Over these two days, you'll need to solve a number of clues, using your maths skills, to solve The Mystery of the Olympic Ringer.
Today you are going to be investigating consecutive numbers. Consecutive numbers are numbers that are next to each other. E.g. 6 and 7. You are going to be looking for patterns and relationships between consecutive numbers and give reasons for the patterns.
Today you'll be using some given clues to solve the problem below.
Each Friday, White Rose Maths set a family challenge where you can work with members of your family to solve maths problems. Here's a short guide to how the questions are arranged:
To find the challenge you'll need to follow the link below to the White Rose Maths website. Once you are there, you'll need to scroll down the page and click onto 'Summer Week 2'. The Family Challenge is the Friday challenge for that week. Enjoy this fun activity and see how many family members you can get involved with it!