St Wilfrid's RC Primary School

Care, Learn, Respect.

Year 5 - Mrs Preston and Miss McKenna

Easter Holidays 10/04/20 -19/04/20 Maths

The pack of work that has been sent home, is for children who would like to do more than the daily piece of work that is uploaded on the school website.

 

Religious Easter Clipart Images Happy Easter Year 5!

Below is a letter for you and your parents.

Thursday 09/04/20

LC: To understand percentages as fractions and decimals

Click on this link to watch the video, week 2, lesson 4

Then complete the questions in your maths book. Have a go at the challenge questions.

Wednesday 08/04/20

LC: To understand percentages

First, click on this link and play the game (choose converting fractions to decimals)

 

Then, click on this link to watch the video, week 2, lesson 3

Now complete the questions in your maths book. 

Tuesday 07/04/20

LC: To order and compare decimals 

Click on this link and watch the video, week 2, lesson 2

Then complete the questions in your book. Also, there is a challenge question to try. 

Monday 06/04/20

LC: To round decimals 

Click on this link and watch the video for week 2, lesson one -make sure you go to week 2!

Then complete the questions in your book (have a go at drawing the number lines). Try the challenge questions too.

Friday 3rd April 2020

Click on this link to watch the video then write as many prime numbers as you can between 0 and 50 

LC: To practise arithmetic skills

Have a look at the arithmetic questions and answer them in your maths books, remembering to check your answers. You are all really good at this... go for it!

Thursday 2nd April 2020

Starter: Look at these arithmetic questions. Have a go at them in your maths book. Don't forget to check your answers. 

Now have a go at the problem cards below. 

LC: To solve problems -multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000

Wednesday 1st April 2020

Click on this link to play the game (choose reading numbers, Year 5) 

LC: To multiply and divide by 10, 100, 1000

Remember the rules are the same for numbers with a decimal point, the decimal point never moves but the digits do. 

Answer the questions in your book then try some of the mastery cards below. 

Tuesday 31st March 2020

LC: To multiply by 10, 100 and 1000

Read the problems below, use your knowledge of multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000. 

Try the extension questions for a challenge.

Monday 30th March 

LC: To multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000

Starter: Click on the link to play this game (choose multiplying)

Think about the rules for multiplying and dividing by 10, 100, 1000

For multiplying by 10: Move the digits one place to the left. 

For dividing by 10: Move the digits one place to the right. 

Now write out the rule for multiplying and dividing by 100 and 1000. 

Then complete the questions below. 

Friday 27/03/20

LC: To understand thousandths 

Hello Year 5!

Click here and scroll down to lesson 4, watch the video 

Answer the questions below in your exercise book and have a go at the challenge questions too. 

Have a good weekend! 

Thursday 26/03/20

LC: To convert fractions to decimals 

Click here and watch the video for lesson 3: Decimals as fractions 2 

In your exercise book, complete the questions below. There is also a challenge activity for you to try. (For the shading the squares question, just shade the correct number of squares in your book). 

Wednesday 25/03/20

LC: To understand fractions as decimals

Click here and watch the video for lesson 2

In your exercise book, complete the questions below. There is also a challenge activity below that for you to try. 

 

Tuesday 24/03/20

LC: To read and write numbers with up to 2 decimal places

Click here and watch the video

In your exercise book, complete the questions below. There is also a challenge activity below that for you to try.

Monday 23/03/20

LC: To add and subtract fractions with different denominators

Click here and watch the video 

In your exercise book, complete the questions below. Remember to convert the denominators so that they are the same. If the answer is an improper fraction, convert it to a mixed number. 

Awards & Partners