# Example of recording sheet - Year 5 - Food Store

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```							                                         Crisp’s
Food
Store

Everything and anything is available from Crisp's food-store.
The Crisp family have been shopkeepers for several generations
and feel that they offer good service and value for money. To
promote sales they try to have attractive displays and
occasionally have special offers. They regularly have a 3 for 2
event and sometimes a 4 for 3 event.
The Shop Hours

The Crisps open their shop every morning at 5:30am to organise the
morning papers and to serve customers on their way to work. They
eventually close after a very long day at 11:00pm. On Sundays they close
at 9pm. For how many hours is the shop open during a normal seven-day
week? How many hours is it closed?

For how many hours is the shop open in a seven-day week?

For how many hours is the shop closed?
Joke Pricing

Mr Crisp is a bit of a joker and one day he decided to play a trick on his
young customers by pretending he could only take 2p and 5p coins for the
day and give no change. Would you be able to buy a chocolate bar costing
£0.23? How? What prices up to £1 wouldn't you be able to make on
that day?

Would you be able to buy a chocolate bar costing £0.23?

How?
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What prices up to £1.00 wouldn’t you be able to make?
__________________________________________________________
4 for 3 event

For one week only everything in the shop is 4 for the price of 3. Work
out the cost of four of each of the following items when bought at the 4
for 3 prices. The normal cost for four of each is:

Chunky Bar, £1.24 for four
Bottle Mango fruit, £3.96 for four
Jelly-monsters, £1.80 for four packets
Budget CDs, £23.92 for four
In the 4 for 3 offer you can buy four packs of pens for £2.43. What is
their normal price for four?

What is the 4 for the price of 3 cost?
Chunky bars                            Bottles of Mango fruit   £
£

£
Jelly monsters   £                    Budget CDs

What is the normal price for the four packs of pens?            £
Piles of Oranges

Mrs Crisp delights in setting up displays of fruit. She likes to pile her
oranges up into little pyramids. She usually starts with a 5x5 layer of
oranges and then adds a 4x4 layer and so on until she reaches the top
orange. How many oranges does she need for this pyramid?
How many would she need if she were creating a big display starting with
a 10x10 layer? About how tall would this pyramid be?

How many oranges does Mrs Crisp need for her first pyramid?

How many oranges would she need if she started with a 10 x 10 layer?

About how tall do you think this pyramid would be?

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