Jack's mum bought some candles to use on his birthday cakes and when his sister was born, she used them on her cakes too. Can you use the information to find out when Kate was born?
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Can you each work out what shape you have part of on your card? What will the rest of it look like?
There were lots of good ideas sent in for this challenge. Everyone had good reasons for their choice as to who won each race. Mae from CVHS School, Casper and Margo from ACS Egham all in England; together with Chloe from Jebel Ali School in UAE and Lance from Concord Elementary School in the US all agreed. Their solutions were that the frog won three of the races with
the spider winning the running race. Abhi from Kingsbury school in Kenya definitely agreed that the frog won the first two races. Abubakr who is home schooled in the UK disagreed and offered the following thoughts;
In the first solution the frog won all the won challenges because he could run faster than them all and he could swim the best and the Caterpillar, ladybird, spider and snail couldn't swim. The frog could also jump the highest and longest because his back legs are very large. In the second solution the Caterpillar was in a pupa and he turned into a butterfly. In the third solution the
frog won all of them because he could run faster than them all and he could swim the best and the butterfly, ladybird, spider and snail couldn't swim. The frog could also jump the highest and longest because his back legs are very large. I the fourth solution the Caterpillar`s change was different in numbers of ways like he had less legs and wings.
Hudaifa from Cranford Park School in England considered when the caterpillar had become a butterfly saying;
On the second race, I think the butterfly won because his wings would've pushed him further and made him faster.
Well done all of you and thanks for your detailed explanations.