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karren
Old 28-09-2007, 10:54 AM
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hi for maths week the school want the children to dress up in fancy dress associated with numbers, a mate came up with number wizard, ie cloak and hat covered with numbers, can anyone else think of any thing? as i blabbed my idea to a mate and shes nicked it, so back to square one, cheers all ideas very gratefully received x
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Old 28-09-2007, 11:46 AM
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Hi OP, there was someone on the relationships and family board with the same problem. I think this is the link to their thread - lots of great ideas from people. I hope your little one enjoys maths week. cel x

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/....html?t=560750
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Probably too late now but Florence nightingale was the mother of statistics! a nurses costume might not be too tough for a girl and most of the great male forefathers of maths such as Pythagoras would have worn togas!
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You could do a round sandwich board and be a clock.
My dd did this for book week a couple of years ago although she took a toy mouse aswell. It was a nursery rhyme themed day - Hickory Dickory Dock.
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