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      Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      This Friday is maths day at school and the children can go in maths themed fancy dress.

      I am stumped! Any ideas?

      We have already had money themed fancy dress and he has been a bank robber and a city banker.

      TIA
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      Divorced Damsel :D bubblewrap
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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      WTF kind of crazy theme is that for fancy dress?


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      Damsel Diva
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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      Draw a calculator/equation on a plain t-shirt?

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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      something with a tesselating pattern?

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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      Quote Originally Posted by bubblewrap View Post
      WTF kind of crazy theme is that for fancy dress?

      I know LOL!!

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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      The only thing I can think of is a series of 0 and 1 all over a T-Shirt: 'Binary Boy'

      But he is only 6!

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      Counting my blessings
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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      Dress him up as Einstein!

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      Psychedelic Damsel sunshine
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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      A triangle? Pointy hat and a tshirt with a straight bit at the bottom?

      Or a ruler? White tshirt with horizontal lines on one side?

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      Only goth in the village bernardeena
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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      Dress him up as a pie (π)

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      After Hours Damsel emsie
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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      How about he wears a big box and you could draw calculator buttons on it?

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      Psychedelic Damsel sunshine
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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      Calculator? T shirt with buttons drawn on it and a hat with an answer on it

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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      Maximillion & Jamsplat, thanks for your suggestions. I like the idea of a calculator as it is something he will understand.

      I bet all the other Mums are paper mache-ing all over the place- LOL. If it's anything like the Easter Bonnet parade, very competitive!!

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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      Wow lots of suggestions, thank you all :-)

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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      Quote Originally Posted by bernardeena View Post
      Dress him up as a pie (π)
      like this ???


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      Damsel Diva kelly
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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      What about a ruler? Just put marks in the right places all the way down his body?

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      Proud to be a Dave! nickimacrae
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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      Going with Kellys ruler / measuring idea, why not go to a pound shop, get a load of cloth / dressmakers measuring tapes and put one as a band around a hat, one as a bow tie / tie, one as a belt? Perhaps cut one in half and lace his shoes with it (or just tie tape bows onto his shoe)? Tuck a ruler or protractor into his chest pocket? He could be measuring boy?

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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      When we've had something like this at our infant school it has mainly been any top with a number on it! Nothing fancy at all! Even those who did make an effort only wrote numbers all over a plain t-shirt!

      :)

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      Re: Maths themed fancy dress - any ideas?

      How old? I'd do a ladybird with lots of dots on. Or a spider with 8 legs. Or maybe a dice, although it needs to be practical to sit down in I guess.

      Find a plain white t-shirt and draw a calculator on it

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