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Problems of the Week 14th November

Nov 14, 2017

See if your lost boys and girls can answer our Peter Pan themed #problemsoftheweek:

Years 1 – 2: If Peter Pan can only fly for one hour each day, how many days will it take him to fly a journey that takes 6 hours?

Years 3 – 4: John is older than Michael. Wendy is older than John. If Michael is 3 years old and Wendy is 12 years old, could John be 120 months old?

Years 5 – 6: A fairy can fly 16 miles per hour. If the fairy leaves for Neverland at 8:03 PM and gets there at 7:33 AM, then how far away is Neverland?

Years 7 – 9: Wendy and the Lost Boys are taking turns reading each other a bedtime story. Wendy reads 50% of the story. Tootles, Nibs, Slightly, and Curly each read 50% of the number of pages that are left on each of their turns. Finally, the twins each read 50% of the remaining pages. What percentage of the story has been read by the time it’s the twins’ turn to read?

If they're struggling, pop into our lovely centre, give us a call on 01923 388641 or take a look at our website to see how we can help your students fly through maths this year! #makemathsahappythought