Today we have a Friday problem solving challenge for you. There are 10 different problems to solve and they all give you clues to help you escape the forest.
If you have a printer, you could print the clue cards and work your way through them. If you don't have a printer, you can work your way through the slides on the Powerpoint. We would recommend doing working out and making a note of your answers on a piece of paper.
Don't worry if you're struggling to do all 10 challenges or it's taking a long time - just do as many as you can, it's all good maths practise. You could ask a family member if you need a bit of help and advice. Good luck and have a great half term!
Helpful hint: The digit sum of a number is when you add the value of the digits together, for example the digit sum of 36 would be 3 + 6 = 9, the digit sum of 212 would be 2 + 1 + 2 = 5.