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Homework - Friday 2nd November DUE Wednesday 7th November

 

Homework is described below or you can download and print out this file which gives you squared paper on which to solve the questions: 

For your task this week I would like you to solve the following multiplication questions. Remember choose a level that will challenge you and solve the questions on the squared paper provided. You may want to challenge yourself and try to solve all the levels. Enjoy!

 

Bronze

1) 5 x 23 =

2) 5 x 24 =

3) 4 x 24 =

4) 4 x 34 =

5) 4 x 134 =

6) 2 x 134 =

 

Silver

1) 4 x 234 =

2) 6 x 234 =

3) 6 x 274 =

4) Liam bought 8 notebooks and 3 packs of pens. Each pack of pens has 12 pens in it while each notebook has 212 pages. How many pages are in all the notebooks altogether?

5) Sophie gets £4.25 to buy her lunch every day. Every day it falls out of a hole in her pocket on her way to school. How much money does she lose in a week?

 

Gold

1)

a) Toby likes to buy the newspaper every day. On a week day it costs £1.27 but at the weekend it costs £2.14. How much does he spend on newspapers if he buys it every day for a week?

b) He wants to know how much it costs for the whole year. Can you work it out? How much would it be?

 

2)

a) A new iPad Pro costs £799. I want to buy 13 of them so we can have one-between-two in our classroom. How much would it cost?

b) The cheaper iPad costs £399 each. Can I buy enough to have one each for a class of 26 children and save some money?

 

3)

a) A bottle of coke has 540ml of coke in it. How much coke is in 37 bottles?

b) What would that be in litres?

TALK HOMEWORK - Due Monday 12th November

 

Remember this picture? On Monday we are going to do a piece of writing about. Over the weekend have a discussion with an adult at home about who you think lives there, why they live there and come up with some ideas for a story based around this flying house.

 

Enjoy!

Mr Langley

Spellings - Thursday 8th November

 

Remember, you can practice them in your Spelling / Homework books or as many times as you need to on scrap paper at home. Try spotting a spelling pattern amongst some of the words, it will help you in the test:

 

slowly

quietly

angrily

amazingly

totally

existence

controversy

apparent

bargain

disastrous

Online Maths Activities

 

Here are some maths activities linked below. Each one is a fun game that will let you practice some of the skills we've been learning this term. Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

Addition and Subtraction

Maths Invaders (you can even choose an activity that requires adding and subtracting decimals)

Sum Tracks (this one takes some thinking)

Hexafield

 

Negative Numbers

Ordering Negative Numbers

 

Rounding Numbers

Rocket Rounding

Parking Maths

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