# Autumn 2

WEEK 1

Children should choose 2 big numbers, 4 small numbers and a target number.  They should then use some or all of the numbers to get as close to the target number as they can using adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.

WEEK 2
WEEK 3
WEEK 4
WEEK 5

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WEEK 6

Mrs Claus made four of the workshop elves new suits for Christmas.
Each suit had matching trousers, shoes, jacket and hat.
One suit was all red, one was all green, one was all yellow and one was all blue. The elves were delighted with their presents, but decided it would be fun to wear a different outfit every day for as many days as possible. So they agreed to swap around parts of their suits until they ran out of new combinations.
How many days did their fun last?

Start with finding out all the combinations if they only had two colours e.g. a red suit and a blue suit.  Then try 3 colours e.g. a red suit, a blue suit and a green suit.  Can you spot a pattern?  Then try all four colours.

How will you record your results?  Remember you need to work systematically to get all the possibilities.

• Spilsby Primary School
• Woodlands Avenue,
• Spilsby,
• Lincolnshire,
• PE23 5EP
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