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Combinations

There are 366 different Starters of The Day, many to choose from. You will find in the left column below some starters on the topic of Combinations. In the right column below are links to related online activities, videos and teacher resources.

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Combinations Starters:

How Many Triangles? 3

Find a systematic way of counting the number of triangles in the given diagram.

Ice Cream

How many different ice cream cones can be made by choosing two scoops from six flavours?

Noughts and Crosses

In how many different ways can the first X and O by placed on the grid?

Snowman and Woman

How many different ways can you spell out the word "Snowman" by moving from snowflake to snowflake.

Thai Baht

How many different ways can you make a given total with Thai coins?

Tran's Hats

In how many different ways might Tran decide to wear his hats in one week?

 

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Christmas activities make those December Maths lessons interesting, exciting and relevant. If students have access to computers there are some online activities to keep them engaged such as Christmas Ornaments and Christmas Light Up.

 

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