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With the cold weather settling in, here’s a supermarket maths challenge using thermals as
For some reason, Black Friday was unavoidable in Ireland this year. It is now
Still avoiding Christmas for another week at least, I couldn’t resist the Black Friday
The Irish Independent produced a wonderful headline today, “Primary schools asked to stop children
Lidl has gone all brassy and hipster this week with all sorts of copper,
There are 12 days of Christmas but none of them are in November so
With everyone looking forward to mid term break and Halloween, there was only one
I did Hallowe’en last week so for Maths Weeks, I’m going to the more
This week, we’ve decided to embrace Halloween even though it’s still a few weeks away.
This week’s Supermarket Maths is all about Fashion. The challenge is to create an
This week’s supermarket maths goes knitting. Here are a few questions that you might
This week’s supermarket maths is all about steaks and simply asks which package of
Lidl provides us with this week’s Supermarket Maths Problem. We have a load of
This week’s supermarket supplement maths problem comes from Lidl’s leaflets. We’re going to focus on
Back to school so Supermarket Supplement maths is back. This week it’s the Aldi
As it’s April Fool’s Day, here’s a puzzle that causes some bother for many
Now that the dust has settled over a rather uncomfortable few days of the
This cartoon isn’t the funniest one I’ve seen but it made me smile and
In the last article on subtraction, we looked at how to subtract using renaming.
Now that we’ve played around with renaming numbers, (for example 38 can be renamed
In last week’s article, I argued that the “borrow and payback” way of subtracting
I recently went along to the Association of Teachers’/Education Centres in Ireland (ATECI) Conference,
There was a lot of activity in Ireland during Maths Week this year and
What does atan(y,x) do? If you did well in your Leaving Certificate Honours Maths
Throughout Maths Week, teachers around the country were asked to give tips for learning
This year Maths Week takes place in Ireland from 15th to 22nd October. Already
As with the Leaving Certificate results, the Junior Certificate’s showed that there is a
I don’t usually comment on second level education on Anseo.net. However, I’m fairly open
Scoil Chaitriona Junior National School is a large junior primary school in Galway. During