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Free Download! The Dubl1n by Numb3rs Trails Activity BookletMeteorologist Evelyn Cusack, who launched the trails, and Christina Hickey (7), from Scoil San Carlo Junior in Leixlip, measure the antlers of an ancient giant deer, at the Natural History Museum in Dublin.Students from San Carlo Junior School in Leixlip, Co Kildare, get to grips with  maths by measuring the antlers of an ancient giant deer at the launch of Dublin by Numbers in the Natural History Museum, DublinNGI-tapestry lo resFree Download! The Dubl1n by Numb3rs Trails Activity Booklet

Dublin by Numbers – #3 Tiles, trains and tapestry

From Merrion Square and the National Gallery to the Science Gallery. Discover some mathematical tiling, and the world’s first suburban railway.


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Check out the other trails:

Free activity trails for families & schools

Measure an extinct giant, calculate how far you’ve walked, and discover how Irish algebra helped to land a man on the moon…

Just some of the activities in these FREE trails that will get you exploring familiar and less well-known locations.

There are activities for all the family, ranging from simple ones for ages 6-plus, to tricky ones for those who enjoy a challenge!  They may include counting, measuring and calculating, and you can pick and choose the questions you like.  Tackle the trails as a team – or go it alone.

Each trail takes about 60-90 minutes.  Download and print the PDF, and you are ready to explore. Each pack includes a map and full instructions.  Bring: a pen, clipboard, metre of string, and your sense of curiosity!


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