Year 6: The live Maths lesson will start at 9.30am. We will be starting a new unit of work today- Unit 8 Percentages. Complete the pages from your practice book. Self mark your work, correcting any answers the best you can.
You may find a place value grid useful for helping you to work out decimal questions. Click here to find one to help you with your work.
Practise making decimal numbers with this online resource too.
Year 5: The live Maths lesson will start at 10.30. We will be doing Lesson 4 Unit 8. Complete the pages from your practice book and self mark your work, correcting any errors the best you can.
You may find a multiplication grid helpful whilst you get used to using the written methods. Click here to find one to help you with your work.
English: Our live lesson at 8.45am today will be looking at words ending with 'able'. Please make sure you complete the spelling quiz on Purple Mash that tests you on words with this ending. Following our lesson, complete these tasks:
1. Complete the sentences below with the correct 'able' word.
2. Look for 'able' words on the word search below.
3. Sort the words from the able/ible worksheet to try to work out the rule for when words end in 'able' or 'ible' Can you spot the rule?
4. Play the game that I have allocated for you on Active Learn to practise spelling able/ible words.
BIG Maths: Practise your timestables using Multiplication Monster on Purple Mash, or try some of these other games.
Choose a skill you need to practise on Daily ten. Y5 use level 5. Y6, use level 6. If you find it too easy or too hard, adjust to the next level up or down. Allow yourself at least 15 seconds to jot down your answers or choose manual if you need more time.
Practise your times table skills using multiplication skills on Purple Mash.
Practise your quickfire addition skills on hit the button. Choose number bonds and doubles.
Try RangeArranger and choose to include decimals to place in order.
Practise finding fact families by playing Number Fact Families.
Why not practise a range of Maths skills on the BBC site Guardians:Defenders of Mathematica.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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