Monday 6th- Friday 10th July
Monday 29th June - Friday 3rd July
Try to complete the activities below on graphs on tables. You were excellent when we did this in school, so lets see what you can remember.
Try and complete the activities below. At the end of the week, there is a mini assessment. Give it a go and see what you can answer.
Monday 22nd - Friday 26th June
To fit in with the children who are in school, myself and Miss Johnson are taking it in turns to produce Maths and English work for year 5. The work for this week is on Miss Johnson's page on the website.
Monday 15th - Friday 19th June
Friday 12th June
Times tables day!
Keep practising your times tables. Use Hit the Button and TTrockstars to help you. Try to learn them up to 12 x 12.
Monday 8th - Thursday 11th June
Friday 5th June
Good morning! I have attached the answers for the Maths work this week, have a go at marking your own work.
Today is also times tables day! Use Hit the Button and TTrockstars and continue to learn your times tables up to 12 x 12.
Monday 1st June - Thursday 4th June
Use the videos to help work through the worksheets.
Friday 22nd May
Times table day!
Keep going with your times tables. Remember it's really good to know all your times tables up to 12x12 and the division facts to go with these. Use TT Rock stars and other apps/websites to help you.
We will continue with converting after the half term holiday.
If you know your times tables, have a go at some challenges on BBC Bitesize.
Thursday 21st May
Today you are going to continue to converting between the different measurements. Keep referring back to the picture from the lesson yesterday to help.
Wednesday 20th May
Today we will be looking at converting between units of length. There is another measurement that we didn't mention yesterday, which one is it? Use the image below to identify.
You are going to focus on converting between metres and kilometres. Keep referring back to this image to help you. Complete the kilometres worksheet attached.
You are going to look at converting between all measures. Keep looking at the picture below to work out what you have to do. Complete the worksheet attached.
Tuesday 19th May
Today I would like you to think of different units of measure to do with length. You are going to focus on millimetres, centimetres and metres. I would like you to think of things in and outside your house that you would measure using these.
mm - pin
cm - book, paper
m - table, door
In your exercise books, create a table and list the things you would measure under each heading. Try and think of at least 5 for each measurement. If possible, actually measure these objects and write the measurement in your exercise book.
Monday 18th May
Time to revise multiplying and dividing by 10, 100. This will help you later this week when we convert between different units.
Use the link above to watch the videos but then complete the activities attached below.
Use the link above to watch the videos and complete the activities on the BBC page. Remember you will be taking it once step further and be dividing and multiplying by 1000 too.
Friday 15th May
Times table day!
Continue to practise your times tables using different online games/apps or any times tables games we have played at school.
If you know your times tables, I have added some challenges based on the work you have been doing this week. They are quite tricky so just have a go and try your best.
Monday 11th May - Thursday 14th May
Can you remember what area is?
I have set daily tasks for you to complete working through finding the area of different shapes by counting squares. I have attached some PowerPoints for you to keep referring back to if you get stuck.
You will be looking at area too. Use the PowerPoints and links to help you learn about area. It can get tricky, so think carefully and try your best!
Thursday 7th May
Times table day!
Keep practising your times tables using Hit the Button and TT Rock Stars.
I have also attached another sheet on finding the perimeter of rectilinear shapes. If you feel like you need some more practise, have a go at completing the first 2 sheets. Remember some sides have missing lengths so you need to work them out!
Wednesday 6th May
Calculating the perimeter of rectilinear shapes.
Use the PowerPoint to follow through how to find the perimeters of rectilinear shapes. It can get tricky when there are missing sides so read the PowerPoint carefully!
Complete the activity sheet attached.
Complete the second sheet from the work yesterday.
Tuesday 5th May
More perimeter practise!
Year 4 - try to complete all the activities on the sheet.
Year 5- have a go at answering the first page. We will look at finding missing lengths tomorrow so will complete the next page then.
Monday 4th May
Hopefully you will have remembered or been able to find out what perimeter means. Look through the PowerPoint on perimeter, completing the activities as you go. Once you have done this, complete the worksheet attached.
I would like you start on the first sheet and then if you are feeling confident have a go at some of the other sheets.
Hopefully this should be a recap and therefore I would like you to have a go at the second or third sheet.
Friday 1st May
Next week we are going to start to look at area and perimeter. So for today, I would like you to think about what you know about area and perimeter of shapes and how you find them. Jot your answers down in your exercise book. You could draw a few examples using rectangles or squares to help you explain.
If you don't know what these are don't worry, like I have said we will start looking at these next week.
If you have a bit of spare time, you can recap over the four formal methods (add, subtract, multiply and divide) and try make up some questions and answer them. This is just a bit of revision just to make sure you can remember how to do them!
Thursday 30th April
Keep practising those times tables. Try to get at least 20 - 25 on your 6,7,8 and 12 times table on Hit the Button. I have been receiving some excellent scores!
Wednesday 29th April
More translation practise!
If you don't have a printer then read back through the PowerPoint and try to create some of your own translations on square paper if possible.
Similar to yesterday, describe how the shape has been moved and write the new coordinates down.
Describe the movements between the shapes over the 4 quadrants. Some of the questions you have to draw the shapes as well thinking back to coordinates.
Tuesday 28th April
Today we will be learning about translation of shapes. Year 5 you might remember this from Year 4. Use the PowerPoint to learn about translation and what is means.
Complete the sheet describing the movement from shape to shape. For example: The rectangle has moved 2 right and 4 down. Try to name the shape that is moving.
Your job is similar but you have to move the shape the amount of spaces it is asking you to and then redraw the shape where it should be.
Monday 27th April
Today both year groups are going to recap on what coordinates are and how you find them. Watch the following video to help you remember what they are and then have a go at the activities below the video.
I would like you to have a go at the emoji sheet.
I would like you to have a go at the helicopter sheet.
Friday 24th April
Continue to look at symmetry. Complete the symmetry quiz and then look at symmetry in patterns. There is a sheet for you to complete.
Continue to look at nets of 3D shapes. There are two sheets. The first sheet is more practise of matching up nets to their 3D shapes. The second sheet is more of a challenge. The instructions are on the sheet.
Thursday 23rd April
Times tables day!
Practise your times tables using different online sites such as Hit the Button and TT Rock Stars. I have also attached the 99 for you to try and beat your score from last time.
Wednesday 22nd April
You are going to continue to look at symmetry. Recap on what symmetry is and identify some objects that are symmetrical in your house or outside. I have attached a PowerPoint for you to look through. Once you have done this, complete the activity sheet. This is trickier so just try your best!
You are going to look at nets of 3D shapes. Use the video to help you understand what nets are. Have a go at the quizzes underneath the video. I have also attached some nets of some shapes for you to have a go at making the 3D shape if you feel this will help. There is an activity sheet for you to complete where you match the net to the correct shape.
Tuesday 21st April
Today you will be looking at symmetry in 2D shapes. Use the following video to learn about symmetry. Once you have watch the video, complete the activity sheet. The instructions are on the sheet. If you can not print the sheet out, draw the shapes into your exercise book and then draw on the lines of symmetry.
You will be looking at 3D shapes. Use the PowerPoint presentation to help you recap some of the 3D shapes. Work through the slides to learn about faces, edges and vertices. Once you have done this, complete the worksheet. If you can not print the worksheet, number or sketch the shapes in your exercise book.
Monday 20th April
Starter: Continue to practise your times tables. Use Hit the Button or Daily 10 to help you learn these.
We are going to continue to look at shapes this week.
Year 4, we are going to recap on the different types of 2D shapes. I would like you to watch the following video and then fill in the worksheet identifying the different shapes.
Year 5, I would like you to watch the video and then complete the quiz identifying different 2D shapes. Then have a go at identifying the different properties of shapes. For example:
What are the properties of any equilateral triangle?
Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd April 2020
Try to workout the Mystery of the Easter Bunny costume. Try your best to answer all the questions.
Wednesday 1st April
Focus on your times tables for today's lesson. I have attached a 'Golden 99' for you to try and beat your score from last week. I have also put on a Easter themed times table mosaic. Be aware the answers are after each mosaic.
If you would rather go on some times table apps then please do so! Try Times Table Rockstars or Hit the Button or any other times table related app.
Tuesday 31st March
Starter- Try to go on Hit the Button for 10 minutes.
Recap the different types of triangle. What are the features of the different types? Look back over the PowerPoint from yesterday if you have forgotten. Have a go at completing the sheet on triangles below. This is trickier, so just try your best!
Recap what regular and irregular shapes are. Can you identify some shapes for each category? Have a go at completing the sheet on regular and irregular shapes below. This is trickier, so just try your best!
Monday 30th March 2020
Aim to practise your 6,7, 8 and 12 times tables.
We are moving on to look at shape. Today you will be identifying different types of triangles. Use the PowerPoint to learn about the different types of triangles.
I have attached the 'Triangle Go Fish' game for you to have a go at and also a worksheet. Aim to complete the worksheet that has 2 stars at the bottom. If you want a challenge, go for the sheet that has 3 stars.
Year 5 you will also be looking at shape. You will be identifying regular and irregular shapes. Use the PowerPoint to identify what these are then have a go at completing the activities attached.
I have attached the 'Shape Snap Cards' and an activity sheet. Try to complete the sheet with 2 or 3 stars along the bottom.
Thursday 26th & Friday 27th
Create a revision poster all about angles. This poster should include everything you know/have learnt about angles. Make it nice and bright with lots of colour (if possible).
Year 4 include:
What is an angle?
What are the different types of angles?
Explain how to identify different types of angles e.g. acute angle is less than ...
Draw different types of angles.
Use your work from earlier in the week to explain where you might find some types of angles.
Year 5 include:
What is an angle?
What are the different types of angles?
Explain how to measure an angle and what you use to do this (clue it begins with a p).
Explain how to find angles on a straight line and around a point.
Wednesday 25th March
Try and answer as many of the 99 times table and division questions as you can in 5 minutes. Mark them with an adult and see how many you have got correct.
Continue to work on your times tables using Times Table Rock Stars, Hit the Button or any other times tables app/website - try to practise these for 30 minutes. Remember your log in for Times Table Rock Stars is in your exercise book.
Today we are going to focus on angles around a point.
Use the link below to help you to understand how to work these out.
I have attached a worksheet for you to complete. The format is the same as yesterday. See how many questions you can answers.
Tuesday 24th March 2020
Explore your house and garden and see how many different angles you can find. In your exercise book, make a list of the object and what type of angle it is. Try and find a mixture of acute, obtuse and right angles.
We are moving on to find missing angles on a straight line.
Recap how many degrees are on a straight line.
Use the following link to access a Youtube video that will explain how to find missing angles.
Once you have watched the video answer the questions on the sheet. If you do not have a printer number the angles and write the answer in your exercise book.
There are lots of angles increasing in difficulty- try and answer as many as you can. The document for this work is above.
Monday 23rd March 2020
As per usual on a Monday, I would like you to use the following website to learn your times tables. Use level 4 or 5 and aim for 5 or 7 seconds per question. Learn the division facts too.
In Maths we have been looking at angles.
Recap the following questions:
In your exercise book, draw a picture from acute, obtuse and right angles. This could be a picture of a house, an animal or anything else you can think of.
Once you have drawn your picture, identify the different angles with colour coding (like we have done previously in class).
Year 5 try to estimate the angles you have drawn and then if you have a protractor measure them. Don't worry if you don't have one!
Follow the following link for an example: