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World Cup
Orienteering
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Activity Plan

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Orienteering
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Activity Cards

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Orienteering
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Follow On Activity 1

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Orienteering
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Follow On Activity 2

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Orienteering
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Team Numbers Sheet

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World Cup
Orienteering
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Activity Plan

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World Cup
Orienteering
Quiz
Activity Sheet

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Orienteering
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Answer Sheet

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  1. Pupils use the Enrich school orienteering map to locate their starting point and specific control points.
  2. At each control point, pupils fill I specified numbers from the control marker on their Activity Sheet.
  3. They then use these to convert times between 12 and 24 hour clock time.

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  1. Pupils use the Enrich school orienteering map to locate their starting point and specific control points.
  2. At each control point, pupils fill in two of the numbers from the control marker on their Activity Sheet.
  3. They then record the 1 or 2 digit numbers as Roman numerals on their Activity Sheet.

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Activity Plan

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  1. Pupils use the Enrich school orienteering map to locate their starting point and specific control points.
  2. At each control point, pupils fill in the numbers from the control marker on their Activity Sheet.
  3. They then calculate 10% of a combination of some of these numbers and record their answer on their Activity Sheet.

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Activity Plan

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Activity Sheet

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Answer Sheet

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Summary

  1. Pupils use the Enrich school orienteering map to locate their starting point and specific control points.
  2. At each control point, pupils fill in the numbers from the control marker on their Activity Sheet.
  3. They then calculate 1% of a combination of these numbers and record their answer on their Activity Sheet.

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Activity Plan

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Activity Sheet

.pdf138 KB

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Answer Sheet

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  1. Pupils use the Enrich school orienteering map to locate their starting point and specific control points.
  2. At each control point, pupils fill in specified numbers from the control marker on their Activity Sheet to create two fractions.
  3. They then multiply the two fractions and record their answer on their Activity Sheet.

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Activity Plan

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Activity Sheet

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Answer Sheet

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  1. Pupils use the Enrich school orienteering map to locate specific control points.
  2. At each control point, pupils identify a specified number from the control marker.
  3. They then use this number with the function machine on their Activity Sheet to make a calculation, and record their answer on their Activity Sheet.

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Activity Plan

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Activity Sheet

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  1. Pupils use the Enrich school orienteering map to locate their starting point and specific control points.
  2. At each control point, pupils fill in specified numbers from the control marker on their Activity Sheet to create an amount of money that includes pounds and pence.
  3. They then calculate how much change they would have if they took this amount from a given amount of money and record their answer on their Activity Sheet.

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  1. Children locate specific orienteering control points, using their orienteering map.
  2. They use the letters on the control marker to fill in missing letters in six different ‘environment’ words.
  3. They compose a simile about each word.
  4. They then use their similes to create simile and metaphor poems.

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