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Travel to Ulcombe CE Primary School. Owl Trumps. Tawny Owls’ Maths Homework December 2011. Instructions. This homework can be completed electronically if you wish. Go to www.ulcombeschool.ik.org , then look in the Documents section, under Tawny Owls’ Homework. You will need MS PowerPoint.

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Travel toUlcombe CE Primary School

Owl Trumps

Tawny Owls’ Maths Homework December 2011

Instructions
• This homework can be completed electronically if you wish. Go to www.ulcombeschool.ik.org, then look in the Documents section, under Tawny Owls’ Homework. You will need MS PowerPoint.
• Objectives:
• To raise awareness of sustainable ways of travelling and the effect of their travel choices.
• To encourage investigation, comparing different activities using number and measure
• Pupil Activity:
• Design top trump cards for pupils using different modes of travel to get to school, for example:
• Walk
• Cycle
• Bus
• Car
• Scooter
• Walk part of the way
• Helicopter
• Ferry
• Aeroplane
• Can you think of any other modes of transport? Even nonsense suggestions can be used.

Tawny Owls’ Maths Homework December 2011

Instructions continued

Make sure your cards have a good design and our colourful and well presented.

Put categories on the cards and award points for each different mode of travel. Consider the scoring carefully for each category. Some suggestions may be:

o Journey time

o Energy required

o Sociability

o Independence

o Environmentally friendly

NB: If you use this PowerPoint presentation to create your cards you will not be able to change the categories, but if you are not using this presentation you will be able to. To create a new slide for another mode of travel, click on the original slide 6 (the blank card) and go to ‘Insert Duplicate Slide)

Tawny Owls’ Maths Homework December 2011

Instructions continued

Have you done really well? Try this

Extension Activity

Create a graph comparing each of the six areas for all of your chosen modes of transport, e.g. a bar chart of the most environmentally friendly ways to travel, using the scores you have given.

When should we hand in our work?

This homework project should be brought in to school by Wednesday 14th December

What will we do with our work?

During the last week of term we will compare your cards with your friends. Have you given the same ratings for different ways of travel? We will play against a friend.

Tawny Owls’ Maths Homework December 2011

Train

The nearest station to Ulcombe is in Headcorn approximately 3 miles away. This means that travel by train is not considered by anyone to be a good way of travelling to school.