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Hello! My name is Lucky. I am inviting you to embark on a journey into the fun world of maths. In order to solve the problems, itâ€™s important to look at the pictures carefully and always think hard before you answer.
At the end of the book, you will find stickers which will help you mark your work. If you solve the problem independently and without mistakes – plaster this sticker If you ask for adult’s help or you have minor errors in your solution – plaster this sticker If you don’t know how to solve the problem or you can only solve it with significant help from an adult – plaster this sticker
Annie watered the plants in every other flower pot, starting from the first one. Colour in the flowerpots with watered plants with yellow and the ones where the plants havenâ€™t been watered with red. Circle the answers to the following questions: Is the plant in the third flowerpot watered? XX
Which flowerpots are there more of, red or yellow? XX By how many?
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Circle the answers to the following questions: How many supporters of the team that scored are in the picture? XX How many supporters are wearing red shirts? XX How many supporters are wearing blue shirts? XX
Which team is the goalkeeper who received the goal playing for? XX
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When do you feel joy?
Grandfather, son and grandsons
Grandfather Martin is playing football with his grandson Chris. Martin’s son Pete is playing football with his children, Zack and Ben. Zack is the youngest. Point to Zack in the picture. Colour in grandfather’s shirt in green and shirts of the rest of the footballers in yellow. Circle the answers to the following questions: How many of them are playing football? XX
How many grandsons does the grandfather have? 1 XX
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My body Connect as shown.
Left hand – right hand
Mary is in the middle and Abby is taller than Claire. Connect: Abby’s right arm with Mary’s right arm; XX Claire’s left leg with Mary’s left leg; XX
Claire’s right arm with Abby’s right leg. XX ions from Lucky t s ueLift your righ t arm.
Show your right leg. Tell your mum to do the same. 8
Legs sticking out of the blanket
Circle the correct answers. How many legs are sticking out? XX
If everyoneâ€™s legs are sticking out, XX
how many children are under the blanket?
If two children got up, how many legs XX would remain under the blanket?
How many children would be under XX
the blanket if two legs bended at the knees?
Will the cat catch the mouse?
The cat will catch the mouse after it has been through all the rooms. Mark its path.
The eagle and the finch
The eagle is flying high and the finch is flying low. Point to the eagle. Point to the finch. Which other bird in this picture is flying lower than the eagle?
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