The Maths challenge this week is a number pyramid. If we look at the first two numbers 6 and 9, we can add these up to equal 15. If we add 9 and 4 we get 13. If we add 4 and 12 we get 16. Then we can move to the next layer. 15 add 13 equals 28, while 13 and 16 equals 29. Finally, we can add 28 and 29 to get 57.

This Maths challenge is to practise your number bonds and how we can partition numbers for addition. Use your resilience learning muscles to try the more challenging pyramids in your homework. They are good fun.

All the best,

Mr Campbell

So far I like it!!!!!!!!