## Mathematics Enhancement Programme (Primary Extension)

The OHP Transparency Collection

References to Books etc. are explained at the bottom of this page.

 Title or Subject Reference Size 1. Number Puzzles (up to 5) In each column or row, the number with an arrow shows the sum of the numbers following, and each different colour represents a different digit. T 1a page 37 Qn.3 [22 k] 2. Number Puzzles (up to 8) LH puzzle: sums must be true along each row and down each column, and each colour represents a different digit. RH puzzle: the Roman numerals with arrows show the sum of the numbers following, and each different colour and shape represents a different digit. T 1a page 47 Qn.4 [24 k] 3. Number Puzzle (up to 15) In each row or column the arrowed number shows the sum of the numbers following, and each different colour and shape represents a different digit. T 1b page 27 Qn.3 [21 k] 4. Number Puzzle (up to 20) In each row or column the arrowed number shows the sum of the numbers following, and each different colour and shape represents a different digit. T 1b page 40 Qn.1 [22 k] 5. Reflections Colour the pictures as you would see them if a mirror was placed on the lines. T 1b page 42 Qn.1 [21 k] 6. Number Puzzle (multiples of 10 up to 100) In each row or column the arrowed number shows the sum of the numbers following, and each different colour represents a different multiple of 10. T 2 page 19 Qn.1 [19 k] 7. Multiplication Square The yellow strips should be cut out and placed vertically and horizontally to highlight the multiples required. T 2 page 29 Qn.2 [21 k] 8. Multiplication Puzzle (up to 20) The product of the numbers at the corners of each triangle is equal to the number in the middle, and each differently coloured square represents a different digit. T 2 page 35 Qn.3 [19 k] 9. Number Puzzle (up to 25) Each link of four numbers adds up to 25, and each differently coloured circle represents a different digit. T 2 page 47 Qn.3 [25 k] 10. Number Puzzle (up to 70) In each row or column the arrowed number shows the sum of the numbers following, and each differently coloured rectangle represents a different digit. Note the relationship between some of the numbers shown at the foot of the puzzle T 2 page 76 Qn.4 [20 k] 11. Number Puzzles (up to 75 and with inequalities) Each differently coloured rectangle represents a different number that satisfies the inequality shown. LH puzzle: each line of four numbers adds up to 51 RH puzzle: each line of four numbers adds up to 75 T 2 page 77 Qn.1 [21 k] 12. Number Puzzles (multiplication of 3 or 4 numbers) LH puzzle: The product of the numbers at the corners of each triangle is equal to the number in the middle. RH puzzle: The product of the numbers at the corners of each quadrilateral is equal to the number in the middle. In both, each differently coloured circle (or square) represents a different digit. T 2 page 89 Qn.3 [20 k] 13. Number Puzzles (multiplication of 4 numbers) The product of the numbers at the corners of each quadrilateral is equal to the number in the middle, and each differently coloured shape represents a different digit. T 2 page 99 Qn.2 [22 k]
 Details of Books referred to are R = Reception Resource Book ISBN 963 162 169 3 T 1a = Year 1 Text Book (a) ISBN 963 686 510 8 T 1b = Year 1 Text Book (b) ISBN 963 686 511 6 T 2 = Year 2 Text Book ISBN 963 162 538 9