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Delivering the Post - 1 Bill is a postie in Anytown. Below is a map of the streets where he delivers letters. Find a route to enable Bill to visit each street once only. Use arrows to show the path you select. Jenny is also a postie in Anytown. Below is a map of the streets where Jenny delivers letters. Find a route to enable Jenny to visit each street once only. Use arrows to show the path you select. Page 38 Ready-Ed Publications Active Maths Shape and space: Position and direction. Name.......................

Problems; reasoning about numbers. Dartboard Maths - 2 Here is the special ‘mathematical dartboard’ again. Using three darts: find one way to score 60. + ................. + .................. How many other ways are there to score 60? See if you can work out how many different ways there are to score 59. Remember, some darts might miss! Try to find the ways to score 58, 57 and 56, and fill in the table. Score 60 59 58 Different Ways 20+20+20 Total Ways 1 57 56 Do you see a pattern in the Total Ways column?

Teachers’ Blank Template) Stepping Stones Here is a set of numbered stepping stones. To travel over the stones you can only move ACROSS, UP or DOWN. No diagonal moves! Also, you cannot retrace your steps at any time or visit a stone more than once. S F Find pathways that will total: a) ..................... (draw it in red) b) ..................... (draw it in black) c) ..................... (draw it in green) d) ..................... (draw it in blue) What is the lowest total pathway you can make over these stepping stones?

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