Do you have an idea how I managed to make that dark squiggle?

## Mashed potato

How would you change the shape of of these dumplings? What could you use instead?

## What happened to my head?

My head looks so small today and my legs don’t look that long in the mirror. What’s going on?

## Dandelion clock

How many deep breaths do you think it will take to blow all the seeds off this dandelion?

Now you know what the time is!

## More or fewer?

I’m going to make yet another omelette.

Is it going to be a larger or a smaller omelette?

Is it going to be the same size as the one I made yesterday?

How do you know?

Am I using more, fewer or the same quantity of eggs?

## There’s more than one way to make an omelette.

So how many eggs am I going to crack into this omelette?

Can you tell at a glance?

What other strategy could you use to find out how many?

## How many eggs does it take to make a omelette?

I’m going to use all these eggs.

How many will that be altogether?

How many eggs would I need to make another omelette?

## Starting point

I’ve eaten 2 segments of satsuma; I’ve taken some away.

Do the gaps make it easier to remember where you started counting how many segments are left?

How would you explain why this is?

## Variation

We tend to line things up when we’re counting them.

Does this make things easier to count for you?

Maybe there are other ways of looking at things.

## Target game #5

You’ve been thinking about distance from the target for your game.

Now think about what works best for you to throw. Which works better here do you think; a dry teabag or a wet teabag?