# Maths KS2

## Maths - KS2

A Pyramid of Worms | Add together the numbers in each box to find how many worms a badger ate one night. |

Are You a Waster? | Your job is to graph the figures so that you have a visual idea of just how much we waste! |

Associative Property of Addition | The associative property of addition is a maths rule that is always true. |

Associative Property of Multiplication | The associative property of multiplication is a maths rule that is always true. |

Badger and Worms Problem | Maths problems |

Badger Buzz! | A badgery take on the old maths game |

Badgers and Climate Change | Various aspects of maths |

Book a Holiday | Costings and times |

Caring for Our Badgers | Costings and amounts |

'Chinese Multiplication' | Long multiplication made easy for those who struggle with it. |

Digit the Badger - 1 | Maths Quiz |

Digit the Badger - 2 | Costings, time, coordinates |

Digit the Badger - 3 | Various aspects of maths puzzles |

Digit the Badger - 4 | Badger puzzles - various areas of maths |

Digit the Badger - 5 | Angles |

Digit the Badger - 6 | Recording the weather |

Digit the Badger - 7 | What's in your lunchbox? |

Digit the Badger - 8 | Ratios |

Digit the Badger - 9 | Mean, Median, Mode, Range |

Digit the Badger - 10 | Puzzle maths |

Digit the Badger - Answers | Answers to the Digit the Badger worksheets |

Digital Root | The digital root of a number is the single digit number you end up with when you add up all the digi |

Distributive Laws | Multiplying a number is the same as multiplying its addends of the number, then adding the products. |

Driving Down Road Accident Toll | Graph work |

Farmer Green's Fields | Shape and Space |

Fibonacci Sequences | You can find Fibonacci Sequences all over the natural world. |

Forest Fire! | Tracking the spread of a forest fire. |

FUNDAMENTAL THEOREM OF ARITHMETIC | A whole number greater than one is either a prime number or can be written as a product of prime. |

Furry Football | Various aspects of maths around a football tournament. |

Furry Football Tournament - answers | Answers to previous worksheet |

Half of our animals are gone!!! | By taking more than nature can replenish, we are jeopardising our own future |

Keeping an Eye on the Badger Family | Can you design a data collection sheet? |

Mathspelling 1 | Mathematical spellings |

Mathspelling 2 | Mathematical spellings |

Mathspelling 3 | Mathematical Spellings |

Mathspelling 4 | Mathematical spellings |

Multiplication Principles | The multiplication principle is the method that uses multiplication to work out the total number. |

Number types | Abundant Numbers, Deficient Numbers, Perfect Numbers, Figurate Numbers |

Ogive | An OGIVE is a line joining the top right hand corners of the bars in a cumulative frequency polygon. |

Relative Prime Numbers | Use this when comparing two numbers: having only one as a factor. (Sometimes called a co-prime.) |

Re-wilding a Woodland | You need to consider re-wilding a piece of land to woodland for the benefit for wildlife. |

SIEVE OF ERASTOSTHENES | A way of identifying prime numbers in a set. |

Slope on a Line | The slope ratio of a line tells us how steep a line is |

Summer Fair | Tally sheets/ area |

Tally and Tot-Up 1 | Counting |

Tally and Tot-Up 2 | Badger subtraction |

Tally and Tot-Up 3 | Dividing badgers into setts |

Tally and Tot-Up 4 | Badger division |

Tally and Tot-Up 5 | Simple badger fractions |

Tally and Tot-Up 6 | Coordinates |

Tally and Tot-Up 7 | Amounts |

Tally and Tot-Up 8 | Tally counts |

Tally and Tot-Up 9 | Cylinders, Cuboids |

Tally and Tot-Up 10 | Angles |

Tally and Tot-Up Answers | Answers to the Tally and Tot-Up worksheets |

Tessellation | Which of these shapes tessellate? |

Travel Graphs | A travel graph that shows the relationship between time and distance travelled. |

Water Butt Maths | Volume |

Who Ate What? | Venn Diagram |

Who ate What (Answers) | Answers to previous worksheet |

Why Elephants Have Big Ears | Volume v Surface Area - why does it matter? |

Wild Olympics | So, here we are for the Wildlife Olympics. Itâ€™s humans verses wildlife for the medals. |