This week, TV presenter and mathematician Rachel Riley is setting you and your household a maths-training activity.
The challenge involves regular household objects, so, grab a washing basket, a bucket or a box, some rolled-up pairs of socks, a pen and paper.
Then, decide on a throw line and place the box or basket a set distance away. Grab the socks, stand behind the line and see how many you can throw into the target in 30 seconds.
Make a note of how many socks have hit the target in that time for each member of the household.
Then, using that data, draw a bar chart showing who hit the target the most.
If you don't have these items at home, you can change the activity so you use items you do have.
Share your family's target throwing results with us by taking a photo of you and your bar chart and posting it via @PLCommunities using #PLPrimaryStars, or drop us an email at PLPrimaryStars@premierleague.com.
Have a look at the great things other families have been up to as part of our Premier League Primary Stars community.
For more exciting home learning activities for the family to try, check out the Primary Stars website.
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