Hello and welcome to our Crestwood Park Math's challenge page! Each week I will put on some family math's challenges for you to attempt. Sometimes these will be whole school and sometimes for your key stage. Every class across the school can take part with varying degrees of support from family members. Remember to get your parents and brothers and sisters involved and try to do the challenges pratically.
It would be amazing if you could send me your answers by the Friday morning of the posted week via email. Please send them to- email@example.com
I'll then reveal the answers!
Love Mrs Morgan
Maths Challenge Week 7 1/3/21
This final lockdown maths challenge is a game you can play with an adult in your house. Have fun! There is no need to send solutions this week.
Maths Challenge Week 6 22/1/2021
This week's challenges is all about arranging digits. There is a separate challenge for Key Stage One and Key Stage Two. Remember to send your answers to Mrs Morgan.
There are lots of solutions to this week's puzzle. It was really tricky as it says, " You may use each digit once only." Well done Nadia, Alek and Drew who sent these great solutions.
Again there are lots of solutions to the Key Stage One challenge. One possible solution is;
Largest even: 98
Largest odd: 75
Smallest odd: 13
Largest Multiple of 5: 60
Number closest to 50: 42
Maths challenge Week 5 8/1/21
This weeks problem is all about using cubes but you can do this at home using lego. Have fun investigating! Remember to send me your answers.
This week's answer is by Alek Futekova. Well done Alek and anyone else who attempted the puzzle.
Maths Challenge Week 4 1/2/2021
This weeks problem is a rules and pattern problem for everyone to have a go at. You can increase the difficulty by increasing the number of people.
Answer to Idip
If you had two people you would start in second position.
If you had three people you would start in second position.
If you had four people you would start in fourth position.
If you had five people you would start in third position.
If you had six people you would start in second position.
If you had seven people you would start in first position.
If you had eight people you would start in second position and so on.
Well done if you solved it! There is a pictorial explanation by Drew Hadley attached. Well done Drew!
Maths challenge week Three -25/1/21
This weeks challenge is all about food! There are separate challenges for Key Stage One and Key Stage Two. Have fun solving! Remember to send me your answers and I'll post the answer Friday morning.
Answer to the biscuit challenge.
7 biscuits had nothing on.
1 biscuit had all three.
Well done everyone who solved it.
Answer to the chocolate challenge.
For the chocolate to be shared out fairly, table 1 should have 5 children, table 2 should have 10 children and table 3 should have 15 children.
Well done everyone who solved it.
Maths challenge week Two - 18/1/2021
This weeks challenge is all about legs! There are separate challenges for Key Stage One and Key Stage Two. Have fun solving ! Remember to send me your answers and I'll post the answer Friday morning.
Answers to Key Stage 2 challenge.
7 zepts and 1 zios
4 zepts and 8 zios
1 zept and 15 zios
Well done everybody who tried the challenge.
Answer to Key Stage 1 challenge.
Noah could have seen:
3 animals (each with 4 legs)
6 animals (each with 2 legs)
5 animals (4 animals with 2 legs and 1 animal with 4 legs)
4 animals (2 animals with 2 legs and 2 animal with 4 legs)
Well done everyone who tried to solve the puzzle.
Maths challenge Week One - 11/1/2021
This weeks challenge is for all the school. You will need 15 pennies and 4 bags. Have fun solving the problem!
Answer to this weeks challenge is:
1 bag has 1 in
1 bag has 2 in
1 bag has 4 in
1 bag has 8 in
Demonstrated below by Jacob Robins. Well done all the children and families that took part.