Queen Elizabeth ll is celebrating 70 years on the throne this June!
The Platinum Jubilee celebrations will mark the 70th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth ll on 6th February 1952. The Queen’s coronation took place on June 2, 1953, at Westminster Abbey in London.
There will be many celebrations marking this milestone and to join in with the festivities we have put together some maths inspired activities for our community to get involved, and have linked to some great Maths on Toast activities with a royal theme!
Platinum Jubilee placemat
If you are attending a celebration event, a street party or having your own celebration at home, print off this maths activity filled placemat to keep children busy and having fun with learning at the same time!
Create a 70 number character
This activity combines numbers and story telling. Can you turn the numbers 7 and 0 into number characters and use them to tell a story about the Queen? You’ll find number templates on our website to help you get creative. Don’t forget to share your story with us!
The Queen’s birthday bumps
Did you know the Queen has two birthdays! Her real birthday is in April, but she also celebrates her official birthday on the second Saturday in June.
Try this coin toss experiment. You’ll be thinking about how likely it is that a coin will land heads side up by using your knowledge of probability to develop and evaluate predictions. You will also be recording results and collecting data.
Corgi Heads and Tails
In this game of chance, you’ll be learning about probability.
Toss a coin and move your counter along depending on how the coin lands. The first player to reach the head or tail wins!