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  1. Active learning for Curriculum for Excellence

  2. Design an underwater character competition The Winners

  3. “My creature is a bad swordfish called Killer” Tony Thomas, age 6, St Helen’s Primary School, Glasgow Winner!

  4. “A sea horse” Olivia Ferry, age 10, St. Matthew’s Primary School, Glasgow Winner!

  5. “My animal is called Jhon and he loves the colour blue and is a jelly fish” Becca McBryde, age 8, St Patrick’s Primary School, Greenock Winner!

  6. “Jenna the jolly jellyfish – she likes doing maths” Louisa Keenan, age 9, St. Matthew’s Primary School, Glasgow Winner!

  7. “His body is a plus shape with other mathematics signs” Mhaire McGill, age 10, St. Matthew’s Primary School, Glasgow Winner!

  8. “He is called Coco and he is a shark. He is a general with an octopus army” Matthew Murry-Irving, age 9, Heathhall Primary School, Dumfries Winner!

  9. Congratulations! Now here are a few more of our favourite entries …

  10. “Oscar the Octopus loves maths, has an odd number of tentacles and is very jolly. Lucy Fitzgerald, age 10, St. Matthew’s Primary School

  11. “Patrick’s hobbies are doing maths, helping people, doing more maths and money” Jordan Bell, age 10, St. Matthew’s Primary School, Glasgow

  12. “Greater than and less than” Jake Toner, age 8, Heathhall Primary School, Dumfries

  13. “My creature is a starfish who loves doing maths and loves a challenge for maths and wants to encourage more people to do it” Claire Dickson, age 9, St. Matthew’s Primary School, Glasgow

  14. “My monster is magic at maths” Jack Glen Walmsley, age 10, Gartconner Primary School, Kirkintilloch

  15. “My creature is an octopus and he is using a calculator so I called him Octo-later” Morgan Mackay, age 10, St. Matthew’s Primary School, Glasgow

  16. “My creature is a shark called Timmy. He likes to eat fish and loves the smell of blood and likes to wear goggles” Cassie O’Neill, age 8, Lady Alice Primary, Greenock

  17. “Super smart shark-white” Aidan Quinn, age 9, St Matthew’s Primary School, Glasgow

  18. “My creature is called Jimmy Joe Jellyfish. He loves to play with his baby, Jim Bob Jelly” Rebekkah Smillie, age 9, Lady Alice Primary School, Greenock

  19. “It’s a piranha with poisonous spots” Nathan Murray, age 8, St. Helen’s Primary School, Glasgow

  20. “Super starfish!” Ryan Creighton, Heathhall Primary School, Dumfries

  21. “Annie the obtuse angled Angelfish” Gemma Cowie, age 9, St. Matthews Primary School, Glasgow

  22. “Sammy the seahorse is crazy about maths and he loves his ‘I love maths’ glasses” Lauren Ann McFarlane, St. Matthew’s Primary School, Glasgow

  23. “My creature is a puffer fish. His name is puffer and he is happy” Ewan Collins, age 7, St. Helen’s Primary School, Glasgow

  24. “Olivia the octopus loves to count her cash” Lucas Lemoine, age 9, Baldernock Primary School, Glasgow

  25. Thank you for all of your wonderful entries! Look out for the winning characters on the front covers of Heinemann Active Maths Beyond Number this year!