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Olympic Rings

Stage: 1 Challenge Level: Challenge Level:2 Challenge Level:2

We had just three responses sent in for the Olympic Rings. One from DMW at KJ School who sent in this picture they had created.

The Maths Club at Padnell Junior School in England sent in this idea;


Have all the the rings going in a circle standing for the Olympic O from black to blue to red to yellow to green.


Class 2 at Seal School, Selsey really got their imaginations working and sent some lovely ideas. These are our favourites:

We like the use of different shapes instead of the rings.

Thank you for these and maybe some others will respond later in the year.