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The seniour mathematics teacher at my school has given me (and a few others) the task of designing a 'Math Fun Day'; an event in which about 200 crazy 12-13 year olds visit our science and mathematics school to participate in mathematical activities/games.

We're running short on ideas for math activities that are somewhat informative whilst also fun... and so are the teachers obviously - as they gave the task to us.

Can YOU come up with any ideas? as long as it doesnt involve red cordial and is easy enough for the young minds to understand, we will most probably use it.

Note: the kids will be in groups - 6 per group.

Cheers,

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