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M.8.1.400

Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Easter

Problems concerning bags of mini eggs. The last question is to be done by trail and error.

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M.8.1.500

Percentages, fractions, money ($) Easter

Students work out the price (dollars and cents) of Easter items which have been reduced after Easter. Question 5 requires students to calculate the best value product.

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M.8.1.500

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M.8.1.510

Percentages, fractions, money (£) Easter

Students work out the price (pounds and pence) of Easter items which have been reduced after Easter. Question 5 requires students to calculate the best value product.

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M.8.1.600

Large numbers, percentages, weight, money (£), average (mean), estimates. Easter

Students are guided through the steps to estimate the amount of chocolate (in the form of eggs) which children eat in England at Easter and how much money is spent.  Students then have to make similar calculations for Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Figures given have been rounded but are reasonably accurate so the sheet should produce some discussion. Students also have to think about the assumptions made to arrive at the estimates. Although the numbers are large, a calculator isn’t really necessary. Note some questions rely on answers from previous questions so students should check their answers before proceeding.

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M.8.1.600

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M.8.1.650

Large numbers, percentages, weight, money ($), average (mean), estimates. Easter

Students are guided through the steps to estimate the amount of chocolate (in the form of eggs) which children eat in Australia at Easter and how much money is spent.

Figures given have been rounded but are reasonably accurate so the sheet should produce some discussion. Students also have to think about the assumptions made to arrive at the estimates. Although the numbers are large, a calculator isn’t really necessary. Note some questions rely on answers from previous questions so students should check their answers before proceeding.

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M.8.1.650

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M.8.2.300

Area. Egg Tangram. Easter

Egg Tangram. Students cut out the egg tangram and then try to re-arrange the 9 pieces back into an egg. Students then use the picture to re-arrange the pieces into a chicken.
The finished chicken will fit on to an A4 piece of paper (portrait). Note: one of the pieces needs to be flipped over.
Suggest that the tangram is printed on a variety of coloured paper and that students sitting at one table each have a different colour, this will ensure that if pieces get muddled up they can be sorted out easily.
The pieces can be made into a variety of other bird shapes.

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M.8.3.300

Bar graph, addition. Easter

Students add up tally marks and draw a bar graph to show items received for Easter. Each square = 2 items.

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M.8.3.600

Interpreting frequency table, mean, mode, probability, division Easter

Students answer questions about the results of an Easter egg hunt.

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