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Friday 16th October 2015

 

Dear Year 5,

 

Another hard-working week – we have thoroughly enjoyed reading your exciting story openers and seeing you become more confident with times tables. You rose splendidly to the challenge of long multiplication!

 

Homework this weekend:

 

  • Spellings. These should be practised regularly at home on several different days.
  • Times tables. You need to be secure and have quick recall of x5, x10 and x2 before moving onto x3 and x4. You should also learn the inverse operations.
  • Maths homework: see the questions on the back. You should choose whether you attempt the Starters, Then or Challenge questions. This work should be done in pencil in your Maths homework book, with the date clearly written and underlined. Remember the work we have done on short multiplication – don’t forget to carry where necessary!

 

Have a lovely weekend,

 

Mrs Howard and Mrs Ainsworth

Year 5 Maths Homework

Friday 16th October 2015
Due in: Wednesday 21st October 2015

 

Complete one column of your choice in your Maths Homework book.
Explain to your grown-ups the steps you take to complete these number sentences.

 

For starters:

1)    13 x 2 = 

2)    12 x 4 = 

3)     21 x 3 = 

4)    42 x 2 = 

5)    33 x 2 = 

6)    22 x 3 = 

7)    24 x 2 = 

8)    31 x 3 = 

9)    31 x 2 = 

10)    23 x 2 = 

11)    24 x 3 = 

12)    43 x 2 = 

 

 

Then:

1)    23 x 4 = 

2)    25 x 3 = 

3)     43 x 5 = 

4)    42 x 3 = 

5)    53 x 2 = 

6)    45 x 3 = 

7)    53 x 4 = 

8)    24 x 3 = 

9)    32 x 6 = 

10)    42 x 5 = 

11)    61 x 3 = 

12)    63 x 4 = 

 

 

Challenge:

1)    54 x 7 = 

2)    64 x 8 = 

3)     94 x 6 = 

4)    72 x 5 = 

5)    82 x 9 = 

6)    94 x 8 = 

7)    38 x 7  = 

8)    86 x 6 = 

9)    56 x 9 = 

10)    27 x 8 = 

11)    43 x 7 = 

12)    427 x 6 = 

 

Friday 9th October 2015

Dear Year 5,

You’ve all made excellent progress with multiplication skills this week – keep practising your times tables at home as it is the key to successful maths! Super work as well on sentence structure – we have both greatly enjoyed reading your written work this week.

Homework this weekend:

•    Spellings. These should be practised regularly at home on several different days.
•    Times tables. You need to be secure and have quick recall of x5, x10 and x2 before moving onto x3 and x4. You should also learn the inverse operations.
•    Reading journal. This activity should take you approximately 20 minutes to complete. Please take care to read the task carefully, thinking about spelling choices and presentation of your written work. 
•    
Have a lovely weekend,

Mrs Howard and Mrs Ainsworth

 

Homework to be completed by Wednesday 14th October 2015. 

Friday 2nd October 2015

 

Dear Year 5,

 

You have all made excellent progress in Maths and English this week, as well as learning lots in our other lessons! We clearly have a class full of experts on dinosaurs and it has been lovely hearing about your interest in these fascinating creatures.

 

Homework this weekend:

 

  • Spellings. These should be practised regularly at home on several different days.
  • Times tables. You need to be secure and have quick recall of x5, x10 and x2 before moving onto x3 and x4. You should also learn the inverse operations.
  • Maths homework: see the sheet in your Maths homework book. You should choose whether you attempt the Starters, Then or Challenge questions. This work should be done in pencil in your Maths homework book, with the date clearly written and underlined. Remember the work we have done on using a numberline and column methods for addition and subtraction. Top tip: check the operation carefully!

 

Have a lovely weekend,

 

Mrs Howard and Mrs Ainsworth

Y5 Maths Homework - Friday 2nd October 2015

Friday 25th September 2015

 

Dear Year 5,

 

We’ve managed to get everyone’s hand-print on our cave painting – excellent work! Over the coming weeks, we will be investigating how early cave paintings can help us to learn about the evolution of the human race.

 

Homework this weekend:

 

  • Spellings. These should be practised regularly at home on several different days.
  • Times tables. You need to be secure and have quick recall of x5, x10 and x2 before moving onto x3 and x4. You should also learn the inverse operations.
  • Reading journal. This activity should take you approximately 20 minutes to complete. Please take care to read the task carefully, thinking about spelling choices and presentation of your written work. If you would like any ideas about books to read at home with your family, come and talk to us. We both LOVE children’s books.

 

Have a lovely weekend,

 

Mrs Howard and Mrs Ainsworth

 

Homework to be completed by Wednesday 30th September 2015. 

Friday 18th September 2015

 

Dear Year 5,

 

Another hard-working week – well done! Your paintings outside the classroom look fantastic; the cave will soon be ready for us to begin our cave paintings!

 

Homework this weekend:

 

  • Spellings. These should be practised regularly at home on several different days.
  • Times tables. You need to be secure and have quick recall of x5, x10 and x2 before moving onto x3 and x4. You should also learn the inverse operations.
  • Maths homework: see the back of this sheet. You should choose whether you attempt the Starters, Then or Challenge questions. This work should be done in pencil in your Maths homework book, with the date clearly written and underlined. Remember the work we have done on using column headings and dancing digits.

 

Have a lovely weekend,

 

Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Ainsworth

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