- Which sport is taking place?
- Which country is the man in the lead representing?
- What colour is the baton the man in the lead is holding?
- Who is the man in the lead?
- What is the name of the sports event these athletes are taking part in?
- What is the name of the place where the audience sit?
- What do you think the man in the lead is feeling?

- Write a report for Newsround about what is shown in the picture
- Create a narrative about the picture including techniques to crate pace.
- Write a conversation between the racers once they have reached the finish line.
- It has taken 15 years of training to win the race. Write a thank you speech as if you are the winner.

Create a lesson to teach your class for when you are back at school. Think about...

- explaining your lesson clearly
- the different things you would like to say
- what activity you would like your friends to learn
- how you are going to present your lesson
- remember, it must be something you know and understand well.

Use a laundry basket or a cardboard box to create a role play scene. Show us below!

]]>- Which other animals carry their young like this?
- What is the cat doing?
- What colour are the flowers on the left
- Where might the cat be going?
- Why is the cat caring the kitten?
- What is the weather like?
- What is the cat thinking?
- What is the cat looking at?

- write a 'day in the life of a cat' diary entry
- Create a persuasive piece of writing persuading people to buy a cat
- design a fact file based upon a cat or another pet
- create and label a map of the cats journey for the day.

- create your own collage with all the information you can think of about maths.
- Which information in your collage is the most important? Why?
- How many numbers are on our page?
- Can you represent some of the information in picture form?
- Teach someone else one of the skills on your collage.

Have a go at any of these 50 fun things to do! Show us below!

]]>- What does the picture show
- Where are they?
- What weather is it?
- Why are the people running away?
- Why are they holding hands
- What could have happened to the house?
- Who do you think the people are?

- "I knew we should have stayed home today!" shouts the man. Finish the conversation.
- Write a newspaper report based of the events in the picture.
- Create some rhyming couplets based upon the picture
- 'Clothing suitable for all weathers' finish the advert.

- Create you own fraction discs. Can you label each fraction?
- What happens when you add two fractions together?
- Explore making a 'whole' using different fractions
- What does the numerator and denominator represent?
- Can you find any equivalent fractions?
- What is an improper fraction?

Today's challenge is a balance and agility test! Create you own bars using sellotape. You can make it as easy or as tricky as you like! Show us a picture below.

]]>- What is the letter on the big wheel?
- What are the colours on the bunting?
- What is the main focus in this picture?
- What time of day is it?
- What place is this?
- Is this place open?
- Do people visit this place often?

- Create a scary narrative based on the picture
- Design your own ride and write instructions as to how to build it
- write a descriptive passage describing the scene
- Write from the perspective of a ride!
- Write a paragraph using the atmosphere to build tension.

Think of as three-digit number. Reverse the digits to generate a second number. Subtract the smaller from the larger. Reverse the digits again. Add the two new numbers.

e.g. 341

143

198

891

1089

Do you always get 1089? If so, why?

Try with 2, 4, 5 digit palindromes.

using cocktail sticks and mini marshmallows, what is the tallest tower you can create? show us!

]]>- What is the ship on top of?
- What is in the bottom right corner?
- What do the people wear and why?
- What happened here?
- Why is the ship where it is?
- What are the people doing?
- Where are the people from the ship?

- Write a newspaper entry for the picture, pretend you are a journalist.
- This has turned up in your garden! Write down what you would say to the two men.
- Write an action plan to clear up the mess.
- Write instructions to get the remaining passengers off the boat.

1. Make a shape with 4 multi-link and put it in a bag.

Ask someone to feel the shape and describe it in words – no hand movements!

Everyone makes the shape with 4 multi-link as described.

2. What other shapes are possible to make with only 4 multi-link cubes?

3. Having identified all the shapes put one in the bag and see if can be identified.

Can you name the shapes you made? how many faces do the shapes have? does this differ with each shape?

Ask someone to feel the shape and describe it in words – no hand movements!

Everyone makes the shape with 4 multi-link as described.

2. What other shapes are possible to make with only 4 multi-link cubes?

3. Having identified all the shapes put one in the bag and see if can be identified.

Can you name the shapes you made? how many faces do the shapes have? does this differ with each shape?

Cut out at least 20 circles. Snip 4 times at equal points.

Now get creative! Slot them together and show us your creations!

]]>Now get creative! Slot them together and show us your creations!

- What did the person on the picture wear on their feet?
- What weather is it like
- Name two countries that the person could be in.
- Where did the person go
- What mode of transport did they use there?
- What happened to the toe?

- Describe in a paragraph where the person could be.
- Write a fake tan advert based upon the picture.
- Finish the story... 'I have been out here for 15 years, where am i?'
- Using no more than 20 words, describe what the man looks like.

A farmer looks across a field of chicken and sheep. He counts 26 heads and 74 legs. How many chicken and sheep does he have?

Try to represent this problem in different ways: pictures, models, cubes, graph, algebra, using 26 objects, etc…

Try to represent this problem in different ways: pictures, models, cubes, graph, algebra, using 26 objects, etc…

Turn your fingerprints into masterpieces! Create animals, people, buildings... the possibilities are endless!

]]>- Has it rained within the last 15 minutes?
- What did the man just do?
- What colour is the bike?
- Why was he cycling in the rain
- Why would someone take this photo?
- Does this man cycle a lot?
- What is the most possible reason for this accident

- Create a weather report for the day this photo was taken.
- Design and write about a new bike that will not be able to have this accident,
- Write up an accident report on this incident.
- This picture represents the end of a story. Write the beginning.

A classic!

There is an interactive version on NRich, as you can alter the number of frogs on each side and it separates ‘slides’ and ‘jumps’, so the patterns can be developed and extended:

http://nrich.maths.org/1246

There is an interactive version on NRich, as you can alter the number of frogs on each side and it separates ‘slides’ and ‘jumps’, so the patterns can be developed and extended:

http://nrich.maths.org/1246

Create by:

]]>- Either print out two circles OR get a small paper plate (approx 10-12cm in diamater and draw two circles).
- Colour in your circles any way you wish. The colours will “mix” on any concentric circles. Be bold and experiment with different designs and patterns.
- Cut our your circles.
- Stick the first circle on some cardboard.
- Cut out the cardboard circle now.
- Stick the second circle on to the back.
- Make two small holes (approx 1cm apart, if not 8mm) on either side of the centre of the circle – the templates have markings for this.
- Thread string approx 40cm in length through and tie.

- What is the man doing?
- What weather is he in?
- Is he alone or with someone?
- What safety equipment does he have on?
- What did he jump off?
- Could he get wet?
- What would happen if a hole was made in the parachute?
- What safety precautions would he need before jumping?

- Write down the mans thoughts as he is falling
- Create 5 story starters based upon the picture
- Create a WANTED poster for the man

Can you put these time events in order? Have a go at adding in your own...

Time for light to come from the moon

A hundred months

Length of time since the last ice age.

Number of months since you were born

An hour

A thousand days

A month

A fortnight

Number of years since my granny was born

A minute

The time needed to soft boil an egg

A million seconds

A year

Number of years since the Victorians were around

The number of years since the Romans came to Britain

Time for an oak tree to get to 30m high

Time for the earth to go round the sun

The time the shutter is open on a camera when you take a photo in daylight.

Time for light to come from the moon

A hundred months

Length of time since the last ice age.

Number of months since you were born

An hour

A thousand days

A month

A fortnight

Number of years since my granny was born

A minute

The time needed to soft boil an egg

A million seconds

A year

Number of years since the Victorians were around

The number of years since the Romans came to Britain

Time for an oak tree to get to 30m high

Time for the earth to go round the sun

The time the shutter is open on a camera when you take a photo in daylight.

https://www.onlinepianist.com/virtual-piano

have a go at creating your own song! or even have a go at playing a song! here is some music to have a go at playing...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3awdYvj-nhc

]]>have a go at creating your own song! or even have a go at playing a song! here is some music to have a go at playing...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3awdYvj-nhc

- Where are they?
- What can they hear?
- How does camping differ to normal sleeping indoors?
- What are they smiling about?

- Write a descriptive paragraph describing what the torch is pointing at.
- Write instructions to create 'the perfect nights camp'
- Write a narrative about camping
- Create a senses poem based on the 5 senses in the picture.

- Can you complete the Sudoku?
- What do the numbers 1-9 dd up to? What is the quickest way to add them?
- What does each box does up to?
- Create your own puzzle in the style of this.
- Can you rearrange the numbers 1-4 in to a box? How many ways is this possible?
- How many squares can you see?

Today you are going to create an ocean themed paper craft! You could create the turtle in the picture from tissue paper and a paper plate, or create one of your own. We would love to see them!

]]>- What are the children hiding from?
- What are they looking at?
- Where are they?
- Is this a modern or old fashioned picture? How do you know?
- What could be inside the box?

- Write a descriptive paragraph about the setting the two characters are in.
- Imagine you are either the girl or the boy. Describe what you see.
- Write a blog describing their day.
- List 10 things you see in the picture, turn those words into sentences that rhyme.

- can you fill in the missing boxes?
- recreate the tower out of bricks. How many are there in total?
- What happens when you multiply each row together?
- What is the algebra for this puzzle?
- Why is there two number 16s?