For one week, **read every day for an hour**, **record how many pages you read **in that hour. **Plot this information on a bar graph**. Now **interpret the data**: on which day did you read the most amount of pages? On which day did you read the least amount of pages? What other information can be determined from the data?

**Upper KS2: **From the above data can you find the mean, median, range and mode?

**Extension**: can you convert and record the total amount of time spent reading from hours to minutes and then possibly even seconds?

Buy (or make) some chocolate of various **3D shapes** (e.g. a block of Cadbury chocolate is a cuboid, a Toblerone is a triangular prism) and **record the properties of these 3D shapes** e.g. number of faces and vertices.

In *Charlie and the Chocolate Factory*, Willy Wonka offers a reward of a lifetime supply of chocolate. Let’s assume this is a chocolate bar a day for the average life span of 80 years, Charlie is 11 in the book. **How many** chocolate bars is included in that lifetime supply?

Roald Dahl in the Royal Air Force as a fighter pilot during World War Two.** Find the total number** of British casualties in WWII. Now find out what the population of the UK was before war broke out, what percentage of the population died during WWII?

There were 5 Golden Tickets in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; if there were 100 000 bars packaged for this special promotion, what were the **chances** of finding a Golden Ticket?

Roald Dahl’s Writing Hut where he wrote many of his books is approximately 182 x 213 cm. **Find the area and perimeter **of the hut.

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