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Home learning - Stick with Maths

KS2
Maths

Home learning - Stick with Maths

KS2
Mathematical reasoning, Problem-solving

Tackle maths with this exciting new set of puzzles and games featuring Premier League player cards.

Work together as a family to find the answers to our football puzzles - you can even make your own player cards using your data! 

Take part in our family challenge!

Learning outcomes

Children (lower KS2) will be able to:

  • to solve problems using mental addition and apply knowledge of place value of numbers
  • to identify multiples, square numbers and prime numbers
  • to convert between different units of measure.

Children (upper KS2) will be able to:

  • to solve number problems and practical problems in a variety of contexts
  • to be able to calculate and convert between different units of measure
  • to make connections between fractions, percentages and decimals.

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Film: Stick with Maths

Bobby Seagull introduces the new player profiles. Learn how you can use data from the player profiles to answer the maths puzzles.


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Main activity: Stick with Maths (Children aged 7-9)

These activities include a variety of maths puzzles where children are required to problem solve using their maths skills. Children can work with family or independently to work out the answers.


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Main activity: Stick with Maths (Children aged 9-11)

These activities include a variety of maths puzzles where children are required to problem solve using their maths skills. Children can work with family or independently to work out the answers.


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Colour in Premier League football stickers

Brought to you by Panini and the Premier League. Download the Panini football stickers and search for your favourite Premier League player.

Choose your player, print the page and colour in the sticker.   

 


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Extra time: Stick with Maths

In these activities you can create your own 5-a-side football team featuring your friends and family or your favourite players. Or play a game of Who am I? and try and figure out your opponent’s mystery player and take a guess when you think you know!

These activities enable children to become familiar with different sorts of data and familiarise themselves with maths vocabulary and mathematical reasoning.