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As part of our thinking work (see – http://head.leverhouse.net/2016/12/05/thinking-board/) our KS 2 children have been working on a Maths puzzle – using all the digits – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 IN ORDER and then adding … Continue reading
We have launched our Maths Half-Term with a Maths assembly this morning. The children were given a math story about fractions and camels – which was writtern by Andrew Jeffrey – many thanks! There was once an old arab who died … Continue reading
This is one of my favourites! Three friends check into a hotel. They pay £30.00 in total to the manager for 3 rooms. The manager decides to discount the total by £5.00 and gives the bellboy £5.00 to return to … Continue reading
My daughter told me this one! A man rides into town on Friday. He stays for three days and then leaves on Friday! How can this happen?
OK – I thought I would start with one of the most famous puzzles. Its still good and is wonderful if you have never heard it before. Remember – the harder you find the the puzzle – the more rewarding … Continue reading