Beidh Seachtain na Matamaitice ar siúl i Scoil Chaoimhín an tseachtain seo agus tá comórtas ar siúl! An bhfuil agatsa cad iad na focail sin as Gaeilge?
Cuir síos do fhreagraí sna tuairimí. Caithfidh na freagraí a bheith as Gaeilge agus gheobhaidh tú pás obair bhaile má tá na freagraí ceart agus tusa an chéad duine! Bainigí úsáíd as foclóir má tá cabhair ag teastáil uaibh.
Maths Week will be taking place in St. Kevin’s this week and there is a competition! Do you know what these words are in Irish?
Write your answers in the comments. The answers must be in Irish and you will get a homework pass if you are the first person with the correct answers! Use a dictionary if you need to.
This question is 1st and 2nd classes ‘Question of the Week.’
You create your own Where’s Wally game on a piece of paper. You want your friend to find Wally but they think you might be pulling a prank on them by not putting Wally on the paper at all.
How can you prove to your friend that Wally is on the paper without ruining it for them? The person who comes up with the best answer is the winner. Hurry up and get typing!
This question is 3rd and 4th classes ‘Question of the Week.’
Can you find four consecutive prime numbers that add up to 220 ?
A Prime Number can be divided evenly only by 1, or itself. And it must be a wholenumber greater than 1. Example: 5 can only be divided evenly by 1 or 5, so it is a prime number. But 6 can be divided evenly by 1, 2, 3 and 6 so it is NOT a prime number (it is a composite number).
Good Luck 3rd and 4th Class. The first correct answer is the winner. Other classes can answer the question but can’t win question of the week.
This week is maths week in Ireland and therefore we going be be asking different classes maths questions this week for the question of the week. The first student from the appropriate class to answer the question will win a night off written homework. All students can answer the questions, but the winner can only come from the selected classes. Click on the lizard above and try out some of the activities on the maths week website and let us know which ones you tried and liked.