Friday, 24 June 2016

Maths investigations in Horowitz Class

Today in Horowitz Class, we were given some interesting facts to investigate. 

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Thes children found the answer to this question:
A deer's antlers can be as wide as three fifths of its whole body length. If you had antlers of the same scale, how big would they be?

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These children found the answer to this question:
In order to swallow its food a snake can open its jaws five times its normal size. How wide would you be able to open your mouth, if you could do the same? 

After finding the answers to these questions, we found ways to present these to the class visually. 

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