The activity can be used for either extension or small group
investigations. All 9 questions apply mathematical learning to 'real-life'
problem solving contexts and lend themselves to paired work where discussion can
take place. This will help develop mathematical language as well as aid in the
exploration of alternative problem-solving strategies.
Click on the
Broadmeadow logo to get to the set of activities. Clicking on an activity opens
that particular question. If the child gets the question wrong they are asked to
try again. The traffic survey question is a particularly good example of how the
Internet can be used to enhance and prepare children for investigations.
This asks you some mathematics questions. Select a
question and see if you can answer it. If you get it wrong you can always try