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Some Maths questions to test out students before or after their visit:

- If each child on camp drinks 2 litres of water every day, how many litres will be consumed over the 4 days?
- A bivouac plastic is 2.7m long and 2m wide.
- Calculate the: (a) perimeter ; (b) area of one piece.
- The trunk of a large tree in Platypus State Forest has a circumference of 2.1m. Give an approximation of the diameter.
- A large cubic rubbish bin with a length of 2m is made for the camping area. What is the capacity of the bin?
- Draw a shape you saw on camp (fish, tent, etc) on square grid paper in your maths book. Give the shape to a friend to calculate the area using the shading and counting method.
- If a camper is able to walk at 2 metres per second constantly, how fast would that be in kilometres per hour?
- The bus driver leaves the depot at 7.50a.m and does not return until 12.15p.m. How long is he out for?
- Show on an analogue clock and write in digital 24 hour time approximately when you:
- (a) arrived at camp (b) went to sleep (c) had a swim
- Using your camp timetable calculate the total time spent on:
- (a) canoeing (b) orienteering (c) eating
- On a timeline show the events of one day on camp.

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