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Maths Challenge

Challenge 1

30 cakes are arranged in an array. Some of the cakes are hidden.

Sixteen cupcakes and an unknown amount is hidden.

How many cakes are hidden?

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Challenge 2

Work out the missing numbers.

10 x 2 = 5 x circle, 10 + 2 = 5 + triangle, 10 divided by 2 = 5 divided by square, 10 - 2 = heart - 5.
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Challenge 3

Danni has these four digit cards.

The cards from left to right are 2, 3, 4, 5.

Danni uses all four cards to make two 2-digit numbers.

She then adds the two numbers together.

Two empty number cards add two empty number cards.

What is the greatest total she can make?

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Challenge 4

Sonny buys 2 pencils and 3 rulers.

Two pencils and three rulers.

Each pencil costs 69p.

Sonny pays with a £5 note and receives £1.07 change.

How much does a ruler cost?

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Challenge 5

Here are two rectangles.

The left rectangle has a width of 8cm and length of 14cm, while the right rectangle has a width of 11 cm and length 5 cm.

The two rectangles are put on top of each other.

They are lined up so the black circles overlap.

The shaded area shows where the two rectangles overlap.

The rectangular area where two rectangles overlap is shaded yellow.

What is the area of the non-shaded parts of the shape?

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Challenge 6

One person says that the ratio of her age to Anne's is 1 to 3. Anne says that in 6 years the sum of both their ages is 84.

How old was Anne this time last year?

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Art - Street Art

Learn

What is street art?

Street art is art that is created in a public place and may only be temporary.

There are lots of different types of street art such as:

  • Graffiti - often writing or images which are sprayed onto walls or other public areas
  • Stencil graffiti - similar to graffiti but stencils are used to recreate an image
  • Art installations - these could include local art or sculpture trails
  • Street poster art - posters which are displayed in a public place
  • Video projections - videos or images are projected onto buildings

Next time you're out in your local area, see what you can spot.

Famous street artists

Famous street artists include:

  • Banksy
  • Keith Haring

Banksy

Banksy is a famous, but anonymous, British graffiti artist - he keeps his identity a secret.

He produces pieces of work that pop up in public places, eg on the walls of buildings.

A lot of his art is done using stencils, which people can easily recognise.

You can see some examples of Banksy's work below.

 

Must-See Banksy Street Art Around the World | Far & Wide

 

Banksy murals – who's the copyright owner? | Royds Withy King

 

A Banksy mural has been given a coronavirus update | Dazed

Keith Haring

Keith Haring is famous for creating street art and sculptures using bold, bright colours.

These have thick outlines and cartoon-style characters such as barking dogs, crawling babies and spaceships.

In the following video, from the 'Art Ninja' series, watch how Art Ninja makes an alien picture using Keith Haring as inspiration.

 

Keith Haring - 1924 Artworks, Bio & Shows on Artsy

 

Keith Haring - Art Posters – Artetorial

 

Celebrating the life, work and enduring legacy of Keith Haring on his 60th  birthday

 

Activity 1

Create your own street art masterpiece - you will need paper or cardboard, a pencil, and your chosen colouring tool (felt tips, colouring pencils, paints etc).

You may wish to:

  • Write your name as graffiti
  • Create a mural - this could:
    • represent you - think of things that you like
    • represent an event that has happened
    • use Keith Hearing as inspiration
  • Create street art using a stencil like Banksy

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Have a lovely weekend!

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