Our maths challenge this week was all about frogs!
If one frog jumps in 2's and another jumps in 5's then the first place they will meet is 10.
0 2 4 6 8 10
0 5 10
But what if there were four frogs? One frog jumps in 2's, one in 3's, one in 4's and one in 5's, where is the first place they would all meet?
It's a tough one! Well done to Aoife O'N who managed to work it out on Friday!
What number comes next???
1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 ?
Well done to Danny to was the first person in Room 19 to get it!
This week we have been learning about the skeleton in Science.
Here are some facts we uncovered
Greetings from Room 19!
Our new class is just finishing it's second full week and we're getting into the swing of things.
We will be updating this blog with photos and news throughout the year so please check back often!
The postman in Brackenstown is in a spot of bother!
Someone has stolen all the numbers off the houses on Lucky Lane.
When he went to the shop to get new numbers all they had was:
5 2 + - =
Can you replace the numbers using only these symbols? There are 20 houses altogether. You can use each symbol as much as you like!
5+5+2+2 = House 14
5+5-2 = House 8
This is the blog of Mr. Brady's first class in Room 13!