He labelled each bag with the number of coins inside it.
He could then pay any sum of money from 1 coin to 15 coins using one or more of the bags without opening any of the bags.
This activity is about journeys to school, your own journeys and journeys to school by other children. Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYA8SbqRwt8
The picture shows a 5 hour journey into the mountains on a narrow path to probably the most remote school in the world in Gulu, China.
Make a centre crease down the length of the paper then open it up.
Next fold one corner over and onto the centre crease so that the fold line passes through the corner next to it (on the short side of the paper).
Where are the mirror lines (lines of symmetry)?
Which of your patterns also have rotational symmetry?
What do you notice? Why does this happen? Will it […]
What does this information tell you about the graphs of the 5 functions
For cards to cut out and sort to do this activity click here.
For the […]
Look at the picture where 7 copies of the bull’s head fit together without any spaces between them. Imagine this pattern extending to infinity. This is called a tessellation or wallpaper pattern. There are only 17 ways that shapes can be repeated to fill the plane.
How could I make graph 2 from graph 1? Can you work out the equation of graph 2?
Graph 3 has equation y=sin2x. […]
Describe 3D objects that could have made these shadows. There is more than one answer for each shadow.
Can you draw different shadows that could be made by the same objects?
What sort of shadows […]