** 1/ The wheelbarrow could travel at a speed of 2.2 km/hour. If the trip to Barrow took 8 hours, how far away from Barrow was the wheelbarrow ? Write a mathematical equation to show your working out.**

** 2/ The wheelbarrow could hold 50 bricks. How many trips would it need to carry 500 ? Write a mathematical equation to show your working out.**

** 3/ 13% of the 50 bricks fell off the wheelbarrow – how many were left ? Write a mathematical equation to show your working out.**

** 4/ Andy the Handyman was going to make a new wheelbarrow. He needed 6 metres of wood (each metre cost £2.50), 18 nails (each nail cost £0.12) and 1.5 cans of paint (each can cost £3.99). How much in total did he need to make the wheelbarrow ? Write a mathematical equation to show your working out.**

** 5/ The wheelbarrow broke a wheel for every one – fifth of the journeys that it made. If it made 700 journeys – how many times did a wheel fall off ?**

** 6/ The wheelbarrow could hold of 2 litres of water – when it rained it got 30 % full. How much water is that ?**

** 7/ The wheelbarrow crashed 5 times every 3 km – if it travelled 30 km how many times did it crash ?**

** 8/ The wheelbarrow took a detour on it’s trip to Barrow. It travelled 56 km to Whitbarrow, 67 km to Barrow – in – Furness and 89 km to White barrow – how far did it travel in total ?**

** ****9/ The wheelbarrow lost a nail, every 0.5 km of this journey, how many nails did it lose in total ?**

** 10/ If the wheelbarrow carried 4 flowerpots and 8 watering cans – express this as a ratio, a fraction and a percentage.**

** “We’ll” or “Wheel” or “Well” ?**

**________________ barrow**

**un ________________**

**________________ meet again**

**as ________________ as**

**________________ balanced**

**________________ – being**

**________________ – behaved**

**________________ be there on Thursday**

**big ________________**

**________________ – spoken**

**catherine ________________**

**________________ – off**

**________________ not do it again**

**spinning ________________**

**________________ known**

**________________ write a Birthday card**

**________________ paddle**

**________________ dressed**

**steering ________________**

**bicycle ________________**

**________________ built**

**________________ founded**

**________________ do that later**

**________________ to do**

**wagon ________________**

**trolley ________________**

**________________ read**

**________________ arrive at 6 o’ clock**

**________________ ed away**

**________________ fare**

**________________ chair**

**________________ around**

**________________ of fortune**

**O ________________ !**

**Answers :
wheelbarrow
unwell
we’ll meet again
as well as
wheel balance
well – being
well – behaved
we’ll be there on Thursday
big wheel
well – spoken
catherine wheel
well – off
we’ll not do it again
spinning wheel
well known
we’ll write a Birthday card
wheel paddle
well dressed
steering wheel
bicycle wheel
well built
well founded
we’ll do that later
well to do
wagon wheel
trolley wheel
well read
we’ll arrive at 6 o’ clock
wheeled away
welfare
wheelchair
wheel around
wheel of fortune
O well !**

**Answers :
1/ 2.2 x 8 = 17.6 km
2/ 500 / 50 = 10
3/ 50 – (50 / 100 x 13) = 44
4/ (6 x £2.50) + (18 x £0.12) + (£3.99 x 1.5) = £15 + £2.16 + £5.98 = £23.14
5/ 700 / 5 = 140
6/ 2000 / 100 x 30 = 600 mls
7/ 30 / 5 = 10 x 5 = 50
8/ 56 + 67 + 89 = 212 km
9/ 212 / 0.5 = 424
10/ 4 : 8 ; one half ; 50%**