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🔢 Here to help with a little homeschooling | Lesson 2: Mathematics

The kids are back to homeschool after the Easter 'holidays' and we want to lend some daily assistance this week by offering a Reading twist to your children's learning...

21 April 2020

The Easter holidays gave us some much-needed sunshine and a break from the tasks that schools are helpfully providing for our children to help keep their minds active outside of the classroom.

Now, it's back to school for the kids! And homeschooling continues to be fun, fascinating...but also challenging for young ones and parents alike.

So we're here to help with a few homeschooling activities this week.

Monday we tackled geography. And on the Royals syllabus on Tuesday is a little maths.

Some simple arithmetic for Royals fans all over thw world...enjoy!


Question 1

The number of league goals we scored in our record breaking 2005-6 season?

The number Steve Coppell used to wear on the back of his Manchester United shirt?


Question 2

The number of points you would get if you were allowed to lay Zurab's surname on a Scrabble board?


Number of goals scored by Ovie Ejaria so far this season?

The goals per game ratio of Hungarian defender Peter Mate in a Royals shirt?


Question 3

The year we won the Simod Cup at Wembley?

The number of players named in our squad for the first ever game at Madejski Stadium?

The current age of former Royals striker Pavel Pogrebnyak?


Question 4

The current number of Academy graduates who have come through the Royals ranks to make their first team debut at Reading?


Number of times the Royals have won the second tier title to secure promotion to the Premier League?

The number of players Yeovil Town had on the pitch at the end of a 1-1 draw against the Royals at Madejski Stadium in 2014?


Question 5

Number of international caps won by Republic of Ireland star John O'Shea?

The total number of clean sheets kept by Rafael this season?

The number of Reading goals scored by former Royals captain fantastic Graeme Murty?


Want more?

Education is one of our Community Trust's key pillars and our coaches have put together some worksheets and fun activities for children to take on during the COVID-19 lockdown!


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