Mrs. Campbell's class saw this puzzle from Melissa in South Africa and took up the challenge!

*This is my : *

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Times the number of colours in the South African flag by the number of players in a cricket team. Add the number of bastions around the castle in Cape Town and you will find the number that I
am thinking of. *

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By: Melissa Meyer Gr6 Greenfield Girls' Primary *

Dear Melissa,

We are a 1st grade class in the USA. We are age 6, 7, and
8. We liked your puzzle. We had a hard time finding out
the answer because we didn't know the colors of your flag or
what cricket is, or what the castle looks like. So, we went
on the web and found a picture of your flag. Then we
counted the colors. Then we went to the library and used
the encyclopedia to find out what cricket was-it's a lot
like baseball. Then Our friend, Mrs. Weeg helped us use
the web to find the castle and count the bastions. So the
math problem is 6x11+5=71.
We didn't know how to multiply
so we just added 11, 6 times, we got 66 then we added 5 and
we got 71!!!!!
WOW! That was HARD!! Can you send us an easier puzzle
please???

From,

Mrs. Campbell's First Grade Class

Delmar Elementary School

Delmar, Maryland

USA

Here is a problem for you!!!

2 dimes plus the number of legs on a chair minus your eyes.

From. Mrs. Campbell's First Grade

and another!

Here is a puzzle from CC-1.

take the number of letters in Stephanie's name minus the number of letters in Darrell's name plus the letters in Christopher's name.

and another!

Take the number of stars on the American flag, and take away the number of letters in Raven's name, plus the number of letters in flag.

Mrs. Campbell's Class

and another!