Further to our last update regarding MyMaths and our move away from Flash-based content, we are pleased to announce that a further 89 Online Homework tasks have now been updated from Flash to HTML. This takes the total number of converted tasks to over 300.
A complete list of which content has been updated is available on our support site, and will be continually added to as we release new content. We also now have downloadable lists for both our Primary and Secondary MyMaths subscribers detailing which topics and strands have now been updated.
Our work on moving away from Flash-based content is ongoing. As well as updating homework tasks, we will soon be releasing other content types as well, such as worksheets and lessons.
Whilst we continue to release content in its new format, we recommend that you access MyMaths using a desktop PC or a laptop, or that you download the Puffin Academy app to ensure you have the most streamlined user experience when moving between resources.
For more information on our progress, visit our dedicated support page for the most up-to-date information.
Thank you for your patience as we work to improve MyMaths.
I really like this foldable template :) The only thing that would have made it better was if it were in color.
The students who had difficulty reducing the numbers could use their calculator. I am always surprised that my students haven't learned to reduce before they multiply when working with fractions. Really?
I think next year I may add a couple more word problems.
I was telling my daughter, who is a high school biology teacher, about how the kids were having difficulty with this topic and she shared a fun worksheet that the physics teachers at her school created. David Thorpe over at Nerd Island Studios has given me permission to share this as a Word Document and said, " I am totally OK with it becoming public so that people can modify it to their own needs without attribution." Thanks David! So have fun with this sheet. Check out the guys website. They have lots of simulations, IPAD apps, and a quizevolved site where the computer generates the same type of problems with different numbers. Awesome.
My kids loved it and it was a fun way to have them begin to practice dimensional analysis.
I changed the name of the Island to our school name and the King to King Smithoni as our principal is Mr. Smith. They got a kick out of that.
Click here to see and download the entire document:
Conantuki Island - Dimensional Analysis worksheet
This post is mostly pictures as I am trying to clear out my draft box in my blog. It is sad when you have more drafts then posts. So enjoy the pictures.