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Puppies Problem Solving

A range of maths problem solving activities for 5 - 8 year olds with star ratings to indicate the level of difficulty. They are teaching resources designed for delivery on an IWB. Includes teacher notes.

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5-8 year olds
Dress the Dog

How many ways can David dress his puppy? A problem solving investigation.

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5-7 year olds

The puppies need to go to sleep but there needs to be an even number of puppies in each of the dog baskets. Can you help the puppies to go to sleep?

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6-8 year olds
How many Pets?

Work out how many pets are in the pet shop. See how many different answers you can find in this maths investigation.

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7-9 year olds
How Much is that Doggy?

David needs £1.00 to buy a puppy. Investigate which coins he could give the shopkeeper. How many different ways can you find?

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6-8 year olds
Measures

A super measuring activity where you need to measure and weigh parcels and then read a table to add the correct postage. It uses metric measures.

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9-11 year olds
Multiplication and Division

Enter the top secret world of Bamzooki and protect the Zooks by working out the multiplication and division sums. Give your mental maths skills a boost!

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10-11 year olds
Using a Calculator

Use the number cruncher calculator in your mission to save the Zooks. You need to turn fractions into decimals and work out sums with brackets.

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9-11 year olds
Percentages

A Dick and Dom adventure where you need to help them make a potion. Be careful to work out the percentages of each ingredient. You won't want too much bat wee or frog saliva!

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10-11 year olds
Frequency Diagrams

Data handling activities set in a Dick and Dom adventure. Can you help Dick and Dom find how much of the antidote to make to fight the plague? You will need to read the tally charts pie charts and line graphs, create a bar chart and more.

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9-11 year olds