Wednesday, May 22, 2024
Maths Question of the Day

Maths ‘Question of the Day’ Posters

by Mark Warner
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Create a daily (or weekly) Maths challenge in your classroom using the posters below! Add one of the posters to a classroom display board and share a Maths question nearby that your children can answer. They could add their responses in a box, inside an envelope or on Post-It notes on the board.

Questions and challenges can easily be adapted to match your children’s age and ability levels, but here are some suggestions:

  • What is 19 + 12?
  • What is four multiplied by seven?
  • How many degrees are in one full turn?
  • I save 50p on Monday. Every day, I save double the amount that I saved the day before. How much money will I have saved in total by Sunday?
  • How many different items of mathematical equipment can you think of? Make a list of them.
  • What is ‘Pi’ written to five decimal places?
  • If you add two even numbers, is the answer always even? Give reasons for your answer.
  • I have three numbers: 5, 7 and 12. Which number is the odd one out? Give reasons for your answer.

You could even ask your children to come up with questions to add to the display!

Downloads:

Maths Question of the Day Poster

Maths Question of the Day Poster 1

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Maths Question of the Day Poster

Maths Question of the Day Poster 2

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Maths Question of the Day Poster

Maths Question of the Day Poster 3

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Maths Question of the Week Poster

Maths Question of the Week Poster 1

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Maths Question of the Week Poster

Maths Question of the Week Poster 2

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Maths Question of the Week Poster

Maths Question of the Week Poster 3

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