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Maths

Arithmetic - why not apply some of your maths skills to answer these arithmetic questions! Please let me know how you get on!

Week Beginning 22.06.2020 Multiplication and Division
Week Beginning Monday 15th June 2020

Supporting worksheets for White Rose learning

If it helps, I've attached the independent tasks needed for this week's learning in one file!

Week Beginning Monday 8th June 2020
Week Beginning Monday 1st June 2020
Week Beginning Monday 18th May 2020

Length and Time knowledge organisers

12.05.2020 - Time Questions - EXTRA

29.04.2020 - Some of you found yesterday's maths a little difficult which I can appreciate. Remember, to translate a shape means that it moves from one position to another and we are looking at describing that movement. Here are some additional worksheets that we've used in class before if you'd like to have another go...

Oak National Academy Tutorial

This video is about Oak National Academy and supports you in how to get the best out of this new resource.

24.04.2020 - Let's put some of our knowledge to the test with a 2D and 3D shape quiz! Challenge yourself to think about as many of the properties of each shape as you can, using the mathematical vocabulary that we're always talking about!

23.04.2020 - Today there is a little bit of shape problem solving and an online activity looking at the properties of shape for you to tackle!

22.04.2020 - Shape Nets - There are three different levels that you can choose from for this activity (starting with the easier option) which one will you go for?!

21.04.2020 - Regular and Irregular Shapes - There is a selection of activities today that you can choose from. Please don't feel that you need to do them all!

20.04.2020 - Geometry: Properties of Shape

Friday 3rd April 2020 - Roman Numerals

Friday 3rd April 2020 - EXTRA MATHS CHALLENGE! I know that you've been enjoying the Roman Numerals work and some of you have been flying through the work! So I've provided a little extra for anyone who would like to do some more!!

Thursday 2nd April 2020 - Continuing on from our Roman Numerals work yesterday, let's keep on building on our skills and knowledge!!

Wednesday 1st April 2020 - Thought we'd have a go at some Roman Numerals today! Watch the video to help you!

Roman Numerals

Tuesday 31st March - Yesterday's maths activity is also for today as there is a lot involved in it! However, I have uploaded some extra work today that relates to what we've been doing, just in case any of you need it! Please ask if you need my help!!

Monday 30th March and Tuesday 31st March - Continuing on from our geometry work, I have found a really useful resource that should consolidate some of what we covered before school closed, as well as moving on to a little bit more that we didn't get to explore! It includes teaching points, opportunities for you to have a go, as well as giving the answers! For some questions, you'll be able to visualise the translations/reflections. For others, you might want to use your home learning book, or some other paper to draw the quadrants.

Here is some key information to support your maths learning during Year 5!

Here is some work on angles for you to recap on what we've been learning recently! Can you remember the key information?!

If you're able to access a printer, this sheet is a bit of fun to practice some of your times tables!

Wednesday 25th March - Here is an arithmetic paper for you to tackle! If you want to challenge yourself, you can try and complete it in 30 minutes! Otherwise, just work through it at your own pace! The answers are at the end for you to check your work. You do not need to print, you can write your answers and show any working out in your home learning book.

Thursday 26th March: This emoji code breaker activity looks like good fun! How quickly can you answer a whole page?! There are three different levels to choose from!

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