## Posts Tagged ‘World Cup Soccer’

September 16, 2022
It’s Autumn in UK & FALL in the USA so it’s the perfect time for a little bit of outdoor math for Grade 3-5 with AUTUMN leaves. Of course, you don’t need FALL LEAVES for this exercise, but it is colorful.

**This fab idea comes from Juliet Robertson, an outdoor education consultant in Scotland. ****Her blog Creative star learning is one of the most inspiring outdoor maths blogs you will find.**

Check out Mathpig’s protractor joke here.

**Another fab idea from Juliet Robertson.**

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Posted in %, angles, Arithmetic, Circle C, geometry, Ratio, symmetry, tables, units length **|** Tagged activities, adventures, angles, circle, circumference, geometry, junior school, length, outdoor math, primary school, Roman Numerals, scale, tables, units, World Cup Soccer **|** Leave a Comment »

September 12, 2019
It’s Autumn in UK & FALL in the USA so it’s the perfect time for a little bit of outdoor math for Grade 3-5 with AUTUMN leaves. Of course, you don’t need FALL LEAVES for this exercise, but it is colorful.

**This fab idea comes from Juliet Robertson, an outdoor education consultant in Scotland. ****Her blog Creative star learning is one of the most inspiring outdoor maths blogs you will find.**

Check out Mathpig’s protractor joke here.

**Another fab idea from Juliet Robertson.**

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Posted in %, angles, Arithmetic, Circle C, geometry, Ratio, symmetry, tables, units length **|** Tagged activities, adventures, angles, circle, circumference, geometry, junior school, length, outdoor math, primary school, Roman Numerals, scale, tables, units, World Cup Soccer **|** Leave a Comment »

June 30, 2014

### Hellooooooooo My Little Wallaroos,

#### Mathspig has been reading *The Last Child in the Woods* by Richard Louv. He describes school today as a form of ‘passive incarceration’. Too many children live their life indoors exposed to the ‘one-way experience of television and other electronic media’. Many rarely, or never, experience nature or just digging for worms in the garden. And sometimes nature is just around the corner.

#### Mathspig lives 10 km from the CBD in Melbourne, Australia. Aussies often joke about riding kangaroos to school or warn of Drop Bears (Koalas that kill tourists dropping from trees). It’s our Aussie sense of humour. Those jokes almost seemed real when these kangaroos turned up by the Yarra river below Mathspig’s house recently. They’re wild roos. I saw them at 9am one Sunday looking at all the joggers, dog-walkers and cyclists on the nearby bike track. They didn’t seem worried. Awesome. Or, maybe, roo-some.

#### So outdoors we go, mathpiggeies, to embrace nature and have some grand maths adventures:

#### Other outdoor maths adventures on this blog:

#### Why not invent a new unit of length, make a string in, say, Smoots, and go outside and measure parts of the school.

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## Mathspig

Posted in mathspig, Middle School, Rates, statspig **|** Tagged Adventure, HIgh Heel Angles, How to make big bucks gambling, Joke Graph, junior school, Lucky Numbers, Math %, Math Joke, Middle school, Outdoor, Richard Louv, The Last child in the woods, Twilight Maths, World Cup Soccer, Zombie Maths **|** Leave a Comment »

June 30, 2014

**This fab idea comes from Juliet Robertson, an outdoor education consultant in Scotland. ****Her blog Creative star learning is one of the most inspiring outdoor maths blogs you will find.**

Check out Mathpig’s protractor joke here.

**Another fab idea from Juliet Robertson.**

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Posted in 10 Outdoor Maths Adventures: Grade 3 -5, Circle C, D and r, direct proportion, Junior School, Ratio, Roman Numerals, symmetry, tables **|** Tagged activities, adventures, angles, circle, circumference, geometry, junior school, Math %, measuring, outdoor math, primary school, Roman Numerals, scale, tables, World Cup Soccer **|** 3 Comments »