Tuesday, 22 October 2019

Unit 2 - Greatest Common Factor

Hello, hello!
Today I have a very special entry about the Highest Common Factor (also known as the Greatest Common Factor):

Greatest Common Factor. Highest Common Divisor. Maths Year 6.

Here you have a brief explanation of what factors, common factors and the greatest common factor are:
What is the Greatest Common Factor? by Maths is Fun
What is the Greatest Common Factor? by Maths is Fun
And you can test yourselves with the following exercises and games:

Ejercicio para identificar el MCD de dos números
Can you identify the Common Factor of these pairs of numbers?
Actividad para reconocer el MCD de dos números
Guess the Greatest Common Factor!

Juego para encontrar el MCD de dos números tirando fruta
Slash the correct factors
Ejercicio online para completar con el MCD de dos números
Complete with the correct factors
Jeopardy con el Mínimo Común Múltiplo
Jeopardy
Juego con cuenta atrás para introducir el MCD de dos números
Countdown game
Juego de tablero para reconocer el GCF
Board game with the GCF
Actividad online para completar con el MCD
What is the greatest common factor?
Go on and play!
Bye, bye, butterflies! 🦋

Monday, 21 October 2019

Unit 2 - Least Common Multiple

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What are Common Multiples? And what is the Least Common Multiple? Find it out in this entry.

Least Common Multiple. Year 6 Maths

A common multiple is a number that is a multiple of two or more numbers. The common multiples of 3 and 4 are 12, 24, 48...

What's the Least Common Multiple? by Maths is Fun
What's the Least Common Multiple? by Maths is Fun
Here you have some games on finding the Least Common Multiple:

Juego para elegir el MCM disparando frutas


Ejercicios para reconocer el mínimo común múltiplo

Ejercicios para reconocer el mínimo común múltiplo

Juego con cuenta atrás para encontrar el MCM de dos números

Juego de barcos para adivinar el MCM

I hope you find these useful!
Bye, bye, butterflies! 🦋

Friday, 18 October 2019

UNIT 1 - Creating a brochure

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As you know, we've enrolled in a penpal exchange with an North-American School. We've decided that we are telling them about our country by creating a range of Informative Brochures:


We're going to use persuasive writing to show our pen friends how amazing our cities are. The brochure will include:


First, we'll do our research and find out more about the different categories. Then, we'll write the paragraphs and find the pictures. After that, we'll correct the mistakes and design the brochure and finally, we'll create the product.



I hope you found these useful!

Thursday, 17 October 2019

UNIT 1 - The musculoskeletal system

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In Natural Science we're learning about muscles and bones. In this entry you'll find some activities, games and tasks to learn more about them.

PREZI

The Musculoskeletal System - Natural Science Year 6

Bones and muscles

Bone or muscle? Juego para relacionar huesos y músculos en inglés
Bones or muscles trivia

Juego para identificar los huesos y músculos del cuerpo humano en inglés
Can you guess ? Which is which?
Here you have some videos to learn about bones, muscles and joints:








I hope you find these useful!
Bye, bye, butterflies! 🦋

Wednesday, 16 October 2019

Unit 2 - Divisibility rules

Hello, hello!
We keep working on multiples and factors and now we're moving on to the criteria that states if a number can be divided by other with a zero remainder.
If we learn these rules, we won't need to do the divisions, so they can be helpful for us.

Divisibility rules. Maths Year 6

Reglas de divisibilidad en inglés
Rules of divisibility
Here you have some games and online exercises so you can practice these rules:

Usa las reglas de divisibilidad para saber por qué números se pueden dividir otras cifras
Rules of Divisibility
Rules of Divisibility
Rules of divisibility
Choose the correct answers
Rules of Divisibility
Rules of Divisibility
ERules of Divisibility
Rules of Divisibility
Let's practice!
Bye, bye, butterflies! 🦋

Monday, 14 October 2019

Unit 2 - Factors

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In this Maths unit we keep on learning about properties of numbers and today we focus on factors.

Factors. Mathematics Year 6

Factors are numbers that multiplied together give us another as a result. SO EASY, RIGHT?

Definition of factors

Check out how Rob explains Factoring in this video on Maths Antics:


Also, you can play these games to practice factorisation:
I hope you found these useful!
Bye, bye, butterflies! 🦋