This resource is a Rugby World Cup themed workbook that contains a variety of fact finding tasks. They include:
identifying the flags and capital cities of the participating countries
finding out the emblems and nicknames of each team
researching the best performance of each of the countries
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This is maths investigation that involves pupils finding out whether £4000 is enough money to pay for a trip to England’s pool matches at the Rugby World Cup in Tokyo. Pupils calculate the total cost of match tickets, return flights, accommodation, meals and travel to and from the airport. They are required to calculate the exchange rate for pounds to yen and yen to pounds. Having calculated the cost, pupils need to work out whether £4000 is enough money to cover the cost of the trip and to find the difference.
An additional task involves pupils ‘packing their suitcase’ making sure that it does not exceed the 20 kilogram luggage allowance. This requires pupils investigating the weight of items they are likely to pack and the weight of the suitcase itself.
This is a rugby themed maths dice and a coin toss game. Both games are played with a partner. The aim of the dice game is to score as many points as possible. Players take turns to throw the dice. Every time a 5 is rolled, the player scores a try (5 points). If a player rolls a 5 he/she has another turn straightaway. If a 2 is rolled the player gets a conversion worth 2 points. If a 3 is rolled the player gets a penalty - 3 points. If a player scores four tries in the game he/she gets a bonus point. In the coin game players toss a coin. If it lands on heads a try is scored worth 5 points. If it lands on tails no try is scored.
This World Cup Rugby themed puzzle pack contains differentiated word searches and anagrams and a crossword.
This is a fully editable, 100-question PowerPoint quiz on the Rugby World Cup. It contains the following categories: