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How many hanging baskets are there in the garden? 1
How many daisies with yellow centres are there on this plaque? 2
Put the numbers in the bottom row in order, smallest first. 3
What time does the clock say? 4 ?
Estimate the size of each of the angles found on the red table tops near the library. What is the total of the four angles? 5
Find as many different shapes as you can on the train? 6
What colour is the equilateral triangle? 7
What is the probability of choosing a quadrilateral? 8
Write down two square numbers on the number grid. 9
Write down 5 number patterns that you can see in the number square grid? 10
Find this poster and write down how many flags there are? 11
Find this poster and write down the probability of picking a flag with red in it? 12
How many different birds did this class see? 14
How many birds in total did this class see? 15
How many beads are there on the rosary? 15
Find these cards and make the largest number you can. 16
How many steps are then into the train? 17
Starting at 1 go up the 1st ladder and down the 2nd snake. What number do you end up on? 18
How many stages of the cross are there? 19
Estimate the distance between the football goal posts. 20
How many wheels are there on the train? 21
Stand on the compass and face north – what can you see.? 22
How many spots are there on all the toadstools put together? 23
What fraction of the keys on the piano are black? 24
How many vertical slats are there at the back of the bench? 25
How many keys are there on a computer keyboard? 26
What fraction of the drawers have a name tag on them? 27
How many quadrilaterals can you see on this snake? 28
What colours are there on the train? 29
What is the median of the top row of numbers? 30
What do all the numbers on the hopscotch add up to? 31
How many rectangles can you find on the hopscotch grid? 32
Measure the height of the basketball posts. 33
How many plants are there in the garden area? 34
Start at 6. Move 3 square south and then 2 squares east. What number are you now on? 35
Using the compass directions, describe how you could get from the number 15 to 68? 36
How many extra spots would be needed to make an additional ring of spots? 37
How many ways can you rearrange the 3 colours? 38
What is the name of this shape? Can you find any bins with different shapes? 39
How many of these squares are there? 40
Estimate how many Year 4 pupils would fit onto one of these squares? 41
What is the name of the shape formed by the end of the shed? 42
What shape are the red desks near the library? 43
Can you find a table that is an octagon? 44
Start at 1 and keep moving forward 3 places – do you land on the number 35? 45
I start at number 2 and follow a number pattern and end on 32. Find 2 possible number patterns starting at 2 and ending on 32? 46
Estimate how long it would take to walk around the whole school field? 47
How many computers are there in the school? 48
Estimate the height of Year 5s classroom door? 49
How many benches are there outside the music room? 50
What mathematical signs are there under the Year 3 whiteboard? 51
On a computer keyboard, what fraction of the keys have a letter on them? 52
How wide is the Year 6 classroom? 53
Do the tables in the dining hall tessellate? Do the red tables near the library tessellate? Do the tables in the library tessellate? 54
How many lines of symmetry do the red tables have? Do they have rotational symmetry? 55
How many lines of symmetry do the dining tables have? Do they have rotational symmetry? 56
How many lines of symmetry do the tables in the library have? Do they have rotational symmetry? 57
Find this table, measure it and calculate the area of the top? 58
You could arrange 3 desks to make a rectangle in two completely different ways. How many ways could you you arrange 4 desks? 59
Go to the main hall and solve the problem involving the frogs. Write down how many moves it took you? 60
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