Have a go at this maths booklet, Class 5. We have covered most of the content, but if there is anything you are finding tricky, leave these until you are back at school. We can then have a look at these together, in class.
Today, we are going to learn about long division. Please watch this video first, before attempting the questions below.
Have a go at these questions, Class 5.
780 ÷ 6
275 ÷ 5
672 ÷ 3
480 ÷ 8
650 ÷ 5
Here is a SPAG worksheet I would like you to complete, Class 5.
Recap your short division knowledge and have a go at these questions, Class 5.
4593 ÷ 8
3901 ÷ 5
1291 ÷ 6
7774 ÷ 5
7401 ÷ 4
Here is an extension worksheet if you finish these calculations.
Today, I would like you to write your own poem and focus on describing a celebrity of your choice. Here is an example, that focuses on James Bond. Try and include metaphors throughout your poem; using this language feature at the core of your writing. Make it exciting, and more importantly, enjoy the writing process. You are a super creative class, and I know you will all write some amazing poetry!
Have a go at the questions in this booklet class 5. We have covered all of the learning in this booklet, either in year 4 last year, or in year 5 this year.
Here is the last 3 chapters of Holes for you listen to, as we have now finished this novel in class.
Here is today’s maths activities Year 5. We are going to focus on long multiplication today. Here is an explanation before you have a go at some questions.
Don’t worry if you find this difficult, this is our first time doing long multiplication this year. We will get there!
Here is a comprehension to work through today Year 5. Read the text a couple of times, to really take in the information.
Today, we are focusing on multiplying 4 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers. Here is some calculations to start with. There is also some challenges below the main activity, for you to have a go at as well.
I would like you to do some research today about the River Tyne. You may have seen this river in person before, when walking along the Newcastle Quayside.
Find out some interesting facts about the River Tyne. Where is this river’s mouth? Where is this river’s source?
Here is a template you can print off, or you can design your own!
So far this week, we have been recapping our understanding of short multiplication. Have a go at these calculations:
Here is an extension. You will have to use different representations to calculate your answer.
I would like you to write a diary entry as Stanley, about his experiences living in the desert with Zero. How do you think he would be feeling? Here is an example I have made for you.