Write the following numbers as words:
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If you would like to continue with the pirate theme but change from Number to Shape (transformations) try this Starter that challenges pupils to draw reflections of faces on a coordinate grid.
If all the whole numbers from 1 to 20 were written in words. Which number is in the same position regardless of whether the list is ordered alphabetically or numerically?
"Shiver My Timbers, shiver My Soul
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