Whether or not you have plenty of water where you live it is interesting to see how we use water in our homes.
Cape Town in the 2018 dry season has a serious water shortage and water is rationed to 50 litres per person per day, as shown in this poster.
Introduction to the data handling cycle and collection and representation of data in a human pie chart and a variety of practical ways that involve the whole calss.
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Which is the month with no birthdays?
Which months have four birthdays?
How many children are in the class?
Make a birthday bar chart for your class by writing your name or initials in one […]
Can you find some objects that are about a metre long? How many hand-spans make a metre?
Make 1 metre length sticks using newspaper. Tightly roll 8 large sheets of newspaper, 4 and 4 placed as in […]
Make a list of the first names of all the learners in your class. What do you notice about […]
The picture shows a 5 hour journey into the mountains on a narrow path to probably the most remote school in the world in Gulu, China.
The table shows data about how […]
Complete the table and draw a histogram to represent this data. Comment on the distribution.
Remember that for a histogram the area in each column represents the frequency for that class.
You can see that almost half the population is under 25 years old. […]
Two dice are RED and one is GREEN.
So if one RED is 4 and the other RED is 5 and the GREEN is 3 we should add together 4 and 5 to […]