Good Morning, Year 5

Once again, Ms Akitoye and I hope that you and your families are fit and well. Don’t forget to keep up with Joe Wicks, it is important that you something physical in addition to your six or seven hours of schoolwork each day!

A reminder that, for those of you who are not yet confident in all your Times AND division tables, to take this opportunity to learn them. It is noticeable that some children are making a real effort on Times Tables Rock Stars (and Bug Club). Well done to them, you will notice the difference in your maths on our return to school.

Year 5 Maths – 1.4.20 ANSWERS!

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  1. 59 473,  60 473,  61 473,  62 473
  2. 24 908,  25 008,  25 108,  25 208
  3. 36 419,  26 419,  16 419,   6 419
  4. 192 308,  202 308,  212 308,  222 308
  5. 905 606,  1 005 606,  1 105 606,  1 205 606
  6. 75 939,  75 949,  75 959,  75 969
  7. 785 620,  784 620, 783 620,  782 620
  8. 64 547,  64 647,  64 747,  64 847
  9. 464 940,  364 940,  264 940,  164 940
  10. 542 624,  552 624,  562 624,  572 624
  11. False
  12. False
  13. True
  14. True

Owl:   999 999

Good Morning, Year 5!

You will be VERY excited to learn that today is… maths AND reading comprehension day! Answers to both will be here to greet you tomorrow morning. Lucky children!

ELQ (Extra Little Quiz)

Can you work out (or guess!) the answers to the following questions/ riddle/ jokes?

  1. What do you get if you cross a snowman with a vampire?
  2. Why are seagulls called seaguls?
  3. What do you call cheese that doesn’t belong to you?
  4. How do you make a tissue dance?
  5. What do you call fake spaghetti?

Answers will arrive at 12:00 noon.

Good Morning, Year 5!

Very Well Done – to all of you who are completing maths on a daily basis and topping up the work you find here with Times Tables Rock Stars.

Just a reminder that other learning activities from our Year 5 – Distance Learning weekly chart should be spread out through the week and be completed in addition to your daily maths and English.

Year 5 Maths Answers 30.3.20

Year 5 Maths – 30.3.30

ANSWERS!

Place Value – Don’t forget to check your spelling and the use of commas in the written parts of the answer.

  1. Seventy thousand    70 000
  2. Seven hundred  700
  3. Seven hundred thousand    700 000
  4. Seven thousand    7000
  5. Seventy thousand    70 000
  6. Seven thousand    7000
  7. Seventy thousand    70 000
  8. Seven hundred    700
  9. Seven thousand    7000
  10. Seventy    70
  11. Seven hundred thousand    700 000
  12. Seven    7
  13. 76 424 > 74 642   Seventy six thousand, four hundred and twenty-                                                 four
  14. 216 108 > 216 005   Two hundred and sixteen thousand, one hundred and eight
  15. 364 374 > 346 374   Three hundred and sixty-four thousand, three hundred and seventy-four
  16. 12 827 > 12 782   Twelve thousand, eight hundred and twenty-seven
  17. 434 512 > 412 345   Four hundred and thirty-four thousand, five hundred and twelve
  18. 36 242 > 36 204   Thirty-six thousand, two hundred and forty two
  19. 812 506 > 812 408   Eight hundred and twelve thousand, five hundred and six
  20. 65 253 > 64 235   Sixty-five thousand, two hundred and fifty-three

OWL – Answers may vary!