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Monday 4th May

Hi Year 6!

 

First of all, thank you and well done for your rotational symmetry patterns from Friday. Here they are:

Y6 Rotational Symmetry

Y6 Rotational Symmetry 1 Avneet
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 2 Calvin 1
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 3 Calvin 2
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 4 Calvin 3
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 5 Candice
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 6 Evie 1
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 7 Evie 2
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 8 Freddie 1
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 9 Freddie 2
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 10 Freddie 3
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 11 Georgia
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 12 James
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 13 Josh B 1
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 14 Josh B 2
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 15 Josh B 3
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 16 Josh B 4
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 17 Kirsty
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 18 Lola
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 19 Louie
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 20 Lydia B
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 21 Lydia R
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 22 Oliver
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 23 Owen
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 24 Sam
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 25 Summer
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 26 Finley
Y6 Rotational Symmetry 27 Josh A

I'm sure you'll agree that the patterns and designs and lovely - thanks for sharing them. 

 

Now for this week's work. We are going to have another look at statistics, which is the mathematical idea of dealing with lists of numbers. To begin with, we will look at the idea of grouped data. Here's a video to introduce the idea for you:

Grouped data: an introduction

Still image for this video

Now you can log into My Maths, and do the activity I've set for you. Please do the lesson first (click on "Next" to work through this), and then the lesson. Don't forget to click "Mark it" after you complete each page of the homework.

 

Thanks for doing this lesson, and good luck!

Mr M.

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