Follow the clues to find the mystery number.
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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Here is some information about $2$ Olympic athletes who have won gold medals:
You will find a full set of $24$ cards with information about $24$ different medal winners on these cards. You can print them out and cut them out to play a game with your friends by downloading these sheets.
If you're not sure how to play see here.
You can decide what value to give to the different items that go with each athlete and that may change the winning cards.
How important is the date that the athlete won their medals?
How might you deal with the information about the nationality of the athlete?
How is it shown on the cards?
The pupils need to decide how they rate the value of the flags for each of the countries involved.
You may decide that the children should find out what countries the athletes come from or you may provide them with that information from here. They may decide that the information about the country of origin isn't relevant to the scoring of the game. They may decide that the most recent
results score higher than older results but the discussion will support them in interrogating the data available.
Just in case you or your pupils do not know how to play the game then here are some instructions: