Crocodile Maths by @gorgeous51

The crocodile always eats the biggest number!

In maths we have been trying to decide which number is the biggest and which is the smallest.  We made ‘crocodiles’ from lollipop sticks because, as everybody knows, the crocodile always eats the biggest number!

This is a re-blog post originally posted by Barbara Calvert and published with kind permission.

The original posts can be found here.

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 Have a look at our pictures and check if we got them all right.  Some of us used bugs or fruit, some of us used digit cards, some of us used number word cards and some of us used number sentences. It was very tricky but I think we did a great job – don’t you?

Crocodile maths on PhotoPeach

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