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The Twelfth Day of Christmas
On the twelfth day of Christmas,my True Love sent to meTwelve drummers drumming,Eleven pipers piping,Ten lords aleaping,Nine ladies dancing,Eight maids amilking,Seven swans aswimming,Six geese alaying,Five golden rings,Four calling birds,Three French hens,Two turtle doves,And a partridge in a pear tree!
All of these questions are about just the twelfth day of Christmas and not the days before it!
How many presents were given to me by my True Love altogether? (1 mark)
How many birds were sent by my True Love? (1 mark)
How many people did my True Love send to entertain me? (1 mark)
How many wings are there in the song? (1 mark)
How many legs are there in the song? (1 mark)
If I shared all of my presents with you, how many would we have each? (1 mark)
If all the people who had to read music needed glasses, how many pairs of glasses would be needed? (1 mark)
How many of the gifts are definitely female? (1 mark)
How many letters are there in the verse? (1 mark)
If each maid managed to get 4 pints of milk a day, how many pints of milk would I have to drink in a leap year? (Up to 2 marks)
Each Calling Bird can call nonstop for one hour and 27 minutes. If they take it in turns to call without a break between them and the first starts at 11:15am, what time will the fourth bird stop calling at? (Up to 2 marks)
If next year my True Love decided to be even more generous and changed it to the 16 Days of Christmas, how many presents would I receive on the last day? (Up to 2 marks)
If each of the people bought 6 presents each for their family and the birds bought 13 presents each for their family, who bought the most amount of presents the people or the birds? (Up to 2 marks)
If the first swan swam 8km and then each of the swans after swam double the amount of the one before, how far would the swans have swum altogether in metres? (Up to 3 marks)
The jeweller said that each of my gold rings was worth 1000 but each year they would be worth 10% less. How much would all 5 rings together be worth after 3 years? (Up to 3 marks)
The average partridge weighs 1,200g. The average pear tree can hold up to 450kg in extra weight. What is the maximum amount of partridges that could sit in the pear tree before the tree breaks. (Up to 3 marks)
On average, a bird can release 137.5kg of droppings in a year. How much poo would the birds produce in 5 years? (Up to 3 marks)
The French Hens had 2 chicks each. When they grew up each of these chicks had 4 chicks each and these chicks then had 3 chicks each. How many French Hens were there altogether? (Up to 3 marks)
A goose will lay one egg a day for approximately 9 months of the year. Approximately how many eggs will I have each year? (Up to 3 marks)
A pipers pipe costs 32.00. A drummers drumsticks costs one tenth of the price of a dancing ladys shoes. The milking maids milking machines cost double that of the pipers pipes and the dancing ladys shoes cost half of the pipers pipes whilst the leaping lords pay double the cost of drummers drumsticks for their Lycra tights. How much did the drummers, pipers, lords, ladies and maids pay for all of their equipment? (Up to 5 marks)
Name: ANSWER SHEET
The Twelfth Day of Christmas
On the twelfth day of Christmas,my True Love sent to meTwelve drummers drumming,Eleven pipers piping,Ten lords aleaping,Nine ladies dancing,Eight maids amilking,Seven swans aswimming,Six geese alaying,Five golden rings,Four calling birds,Three French hens,Two turtle doves,And a partridge in a pear tree!
Full marks are awarded if the question is correct. On questions worth multiple marks, some marks may be awarded if appropriate calculation methods are used or answers may be partially correct markers discrection.
How many presents were given to me by my True Love altogether? (1 mark)
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 + 11 + 12
How many birds were sent by my True Love? (1 mark)
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 6 + 7
How many people did my True Love send to entertain me? (1 mark)
12 + 11 + 10 +9 + 8
How many wings are there in the song? (1 mark)
23 x 2
How many legs are there in the song? (1 mark)
73 x 2
If I shared all of my presents with you, how many would we have each? (1 mark)
78 2
If all the people who had to read music needed glasses, how many pairs of glasses would be needed? (1 mark)
12 Drummers + 11 Pipers
How many of the gifts are definitely female? (1 mark)
9 Ladies Dancing, 8 Maids & 3 French Hens
How many letters are there in the verse? (1 mark)
Count them! (Does not include title)
If each maid managed to get 4 pints of milk a day, how many pints of milk would I have to drink in a leap year? (Up to 2 marks)
4 x 8 x 366
Each Calling Bird can call nonstop for one hour and 27 minutes. If they take it in turns to call without a break between them and the first starts at 11:15am, what time will the fourth bird stop calling at? (Up to 2 marks)
5hrs 48 mins on from 11:15am
If next year my True Love decided to be even more generous and changed it to the 16 Days of Christmas, how many presents would I receive on the last day? (Up to 2 marks)
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 + 11 + 12 + 13 + 14 + 15 + 16
If each of the people bought 6 presents each for their family and the birds bought 13 presents each for their family, who bought the most amount of presents and how many the people or the birds? (Up to 2 marks)
People 50 x 6 = 300
Birds 23 x 13 = 299
If the first swan swam 8km and then each of the swans after swam double the amount of the one before, how far would the swans have swum altogether in metres? (Up to 3 marks)
8,000 + 16,000 + 32,000 + 64,000 + 128,000 + 256,000 + 512,000
or 2 marks for showing 1,016km
The jeweller said that each of my gold rings was worth 1000 but each year they would be worth 10% less. How much would all 5 rings together be worth after 3 years? (Up to 3 marks)
5 x 1000 = 5000
Year 1  90% of 5000 = 4500
Year 2  90% of 4500 = 4050
Year 3  90% of 4050 = 3645
The average partridge weighs 1,200g. The average pear tree can hold up to 450kg in extra weight. What is the maximum amount of partridges that could sit in the pear tree before the tree breaks? (Up to 3 marks)
450 1.2 = 375
or 450,000 1,200 = 375
On average, a bird can release 137.5kg of droppings in a year. How much poo would the birds produce in 5 years? (Up to 3 marks)
23 (birds) x 137.5 (droppings kg) x 5 (years)
The French Hens had 2 chicks each. When they grew up each of these chicks had 4 chicks each and these chicks then had 3 chicks each. How many French Hens were there altogether? (Up to 3 marks)
3 French Hens had 6 chicks
6 chicks had 24 chicks
24 chicks had 72 chicks
3 + 6 + 24 + 72
A goose will lay one egg a day for approximately 9 months of the year. Approximately how many eggs will I have each year? (Up to 3 marks)
of 365 = 273.75  273.75 x 6 = 1642.5 or
9 (months) x 30 (average days) = 270  270 x 6 = 1620
A pipers pipe costs 32.00. A drummers drumsticks costs one tenth of the price of a dancing ladys shoes. The milking maids milking machines cost double that of the pipers pipes and the dancing ladys shoes cost half of the pipers pipes whilst the leaping lords pay double the cost of drummers drumsticks for their Lycra tights. How much did the drummers, pipers, lords, ladies and maids pay for all of their equipment? (Up to 5 marks)
Pipe  32.00 x 11 = 352.00
Drumsticks  1.60 x 12 = 19.20
Shoes  16.00 x 9 = 144.00
Milking Machines  64.00 x 8 = 512.00
Tights  3.20 x 10 = 32.00
352.00 + 19.20 + 144.00 + 512.00 + 32.00
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