**The monkey liked to juggle … as many monkey nuts as he could. Although some of the monkey nuts that the monkey juggled ended up in mud (He really wasn’t that good !). The monkey had never been so fed up – As when he swallowed a monkey nut in just one gulp ! Then he swallowed a few more, as monkeys do … And very soon was munching on a crunchy money nut stew. The other jungle animals thought it was a hoot … To watch the monkey monkeying about … Monkey nuts tasted better than fruit ! The more that the monkey wriggled and jiggled … The more the jungle animals giggled. Very soon, his dance caught on … (Though of course, monkeys dance better than anyone !). By the time that the monkey had finished his singing, The entire jungle was rockin’ and swingin ‘. Only when the music stopped, The monkeying monkey, his monkey nuts dropped !**

**Add “mon” – key to these words to complete the spelling.**

**__ __ __ ey**

**__ __ __ grel**

**__ __ __ key**

**__ __ __ day**

**__ __ __ ograph**

**__ __ __ strosity**

**__ __ __ oculture**

**__ __ __ odrama**

**__ __ __ thly**

**__ __ __ ster**

**__ __ __ opoly**

**__ __ __ ocle**

**__ __ __ arch**

**__ __ __ astery**

**__ __ __ umental**

**__ __ __ act**

**__ __ __ achism**

**__ __ __ goose**

**__ __ __ k**

**__ __ __ ocardian**

**__ __ __ ogamy**

**__ __ __ ogram**

**__ __ __ olith**

**__ __ __ ument**

**__ __ __ orail**

**__ __ __ olithic**

**__ __ __ ologue**

**__ __ __**

**de __ __ __ ometer**

**__ __ __ soon**

**__ __ __ otonic**

**__ __ __ otone**

**Monkey Nut Stuck In A Key – Hole **

**Add mon – “key” to these words to complete the spelling.**

**mon __ __ __**

**__ __ __ ed**

**__ __ __ less**

**__ __ __ board**

**__ __ __ note**

**__ __ __ desk**

**__ __ __ hole**

**__ __ __ pin**

**__ __ __ ring**

**Add monkey “nut” to these words to complete the spelling.**

**__ __ __ rition**

**__ __ __ meg**

**__ __ __ cracker**

**__ __ __ hatch**

**__ __ __ ritional**

**going __ __ __s**

**a hard __ __ __ to crack**

**in a __ __ __ shell**

**__ __ __ ty about something**

**chest __ __ __**

**coco __ __ __**

**pea __ __ __**

**Write a mathematical equation to show your working out to the following maths problems.**

** 1. If the monkey travelled at a speed of 100 m / 5 minutes, how long did it take him to get to the other side of the jungle, 500 km away ? Give your answer in minutes and hours.**

** 2. In every 50 metres, there were 15 coconut trees … how many coconut trees did the monkey swing through in this distance ?**

** 3. The monkeying monkey ate 3 monkey nuts per minute – how many is that in three days ?**

** 4. One bag contained 150 monkey nuts … how many bags of monkey nuts did he eat in this time ?**

** 5. In five minutes, the monkeying monkey ate 5% of a bag of monkey nuts … how long did it take to eat a whole bag of 200 nuts ? Give your answer in minutes and hours.**

** 6. The monkeying monkey paid £0.99 per bag – how much change did he receive from £10.00 after buying 25 bags of monkey nuts ?**

** 7. The monkeying monkey picked 67 monkey nuts from one bush – how many nuts did he pick from 100 ?**

** 8. A gorilla stole 70% of these nuts from the monkeying monkey – how many did he have left ?**

** 9. The monkeying monkey put 7 mls of peanut butter on a slice of toast – if there were 50 slices of bread in one loaf, how much peanut butter did he need for the whole loaf ?**

** 10. One of the monkeying monkey’s nuts weighed 1.2 grams – how much did a whole bag of 500 nuts weigh ?**

** 11. If one monkey nut was 0.75 cm long, how many were 200 lined up ?**

** 12. The monkeying monkey bought a bulk load of monkey nuts – if he bought 1000 he got 25% extra free – how many did he get for the price of 1000 ?**

** 13. If he dropped 13% of these – how many did he have left ? What fraction and decimal is this of the entire monkey nuts ?**

** 14. In one handful there were 45 nuts, how many handfuls did the monkey take to eat the 125 %**

** 15. The monkeying monkey had a recipe for a monkey nut cake that required 50 nuts – how many nuts did he need to make 75 cakes ?**

**Game 1 Answers : money; mongrel; monkey; monster; Monday; monograph; monstrosity; monoculture; monodrama; monthly; sermon; monopoly; monocle; monarch; monastery; monumental; monact; monachism; mongoose; monk; monocardian; monogamy; monogram; monolith; monument; monorail; monolithic; monologue; demon; monometer; monsoon; monotonic; monotone;**

**Game 2 – Answers : monkey; keyed; keyless; keyboard; keynote; key desk; key hole; key pin; key ring **

**Game 3 – Answers: nutrition; nutmeg; nutcracker; nuthatch; nutritional; going nuts; a hard nut to crack; in a nutshell; nutty about something; chestnut; coconut; peanut**

**Game 4 – Moneying Maths – Answers : : **

**1. 5 000 / 100 x 5 = 250 mins / 60 = 4.16 hours **

**2. 5000 / 50 x 15 = 1500 trees; **

**3. 60 x 24 x 3 = 4320 **

**4. 4320 / 150 = 28.8 **

**5. 200 / 5 = 40 x 5 = 200 minutes; 3.33 hours; **

**6. 30 – (0.99 x 25 = £24.75) = £5.25; **

**7. 67 x100 = 6700 ; **

**8. 6700 – (6700 / 100 x 70 = 4690) = 2010; **

**9. 7 x 50 = 350 mls; **

**10. 500 x 1.2 = 600 g ; **

**11. 0.75 x 200 = 150 cm; **

**12. 1000 + (1000 / 100 x 25 = 250) = 1250; **

**13. a) 1250 – (1250 / 100 x 13 = 162.5) = 1087.5; **

**14. b) 1087.5 / 1250 = 0.87 = 87 % **

**15. ; 15. 50 x 75 = 3750**