Numeracy in Nature
An exciting new outdoor learning workshop that allows children to make connections between maths and nature.
An exciting new outdoor learning workshop that allows children to make connections between maths and nature. Ada Lovelace, the mathematician, who lived nearby in Ealing during her formative years, is trying to secure support for what could become the world’s first computer.
Can your class show their enthusiasm for maths and nature by playing games involving shape, symmetry, fractions, numbers, measuring and simple algorithms?
Please note this workshop is only available from April to October.
“The children had a wonderful day…Very relevant and built on what the children have been learning at school…and the nature element complimented our ‘Enchanted Woodland’ topic.”
St James's Catholic Primary School, 7/7/21
Duration: 60-75 minutes
Price: £120 per workshop of up to 32 children
National Curriculum links
- Significant historical people and places in their own locality.
- Sequencing, adding, division, multiplication
- Recognise common uses of information technology beyond school, understand algorithms