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Class 5 Homework | Richard Crosse Primary School

 

Welcome to Y5's homework page. 

Summer 2 half term:

If homework is not completed, you will be at a

disadvantage because we use it to support our learning in school.

READING MUST BE DONE BEFORE WEDNESDAY LESSON OR YOU'LL BE UNABLE TO DO THE LESSON!

 

Week Maths Reading Spelling

 

1

Monday 6th June

 

 As we are coming to the end of fractions this week, complete this end of unit test in your book. See document at the end of the homework table.

 

***Must be read before Thursday*** 

Read Chapters 31 to the end of 33. 

1.Why did none of the other boys help Stanley to dig Zero’s hole? 

2. The Warden wants to make it seem like Zero has just "evaporated" or disappeared into the air. What does she want Mr. Pedanski to do? 

3. How is tension raised as Stanley sets off to look for Zero? 

You MUST complete this online or you can explain why to the Deputy.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

2

Friday 10th

 

Complete the next fractions end of unit mini-test in the document list below.  Look at the videos below if stuck.

***Must be read before Wednesday*** 

Read Chapters 36 to the end of 38.

  1. Write a short summary of what happens in these chapters.
  2. What are three things that make Stanley and Zero's trip difficult and require perseverance to overcome?

 

You MUST complete this online or you can explain why to the Deputy.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

 

3

 

Complete the mini-fraction test below.  Remember to use the videos to help you recap this learning ready for assessment week. 

***Must be read before Thursday or do it in lunchtime*** 

 Read chapters 42 to the end of 44.

1. Describe Stanley’s different emotions in chapter 42. Use evidence from the text to justify your answer.

2. Why does Sachar end chapter 42 with an unanswered question?

 

***Reminder that Friday we are going to St Benedict's and leaving early, be in school before 8:40am.  You may bring an apron if you want but school will NOT be giving you one*****

You MUST complete this online or you can explain why to the Deputy.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

As this is the start of assessment time please try to do the arithmetic test in 40 minutes.  If you run out of time, mark the question you got up to and complete the rest.  This is so you can practice your pace and skills.  Let me know if there's any question you can't do.

Also read and watch the homework help section below to remind yourself of everything we have covered this year and how far you've come in your learning.  Remember that: 

YOU CAN DO MATHS - BELIEVE IN YOURSELF!

 

 

 

No reading homework this week as I want you to focus on maths and because its assessment week.

Log on and practice the different spelling rules from Y2 to Y5 as you can be tested on any of these,

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

 

***Must be read and task done before Wednesday or do it in lunchtime***   

You MUST complete this online or you can explain why to the Deputy.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

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Week 4 Friday 24th June

Name
 Arithmetic practice test.pdfDownload
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Week 3 Friday 17th June

Name
 Fractions Testbase.pdfDownload
 holes chapter 42 to 44_06172022_120944.pdfDownload
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Week 2 Friday 10th June

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 2nd Fractions End unit test.pdfDownload
 Holes chapter 36 to 38.pdfDownload
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Week 1 Monday 6th June

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 End of fractions block-assessment.pdfDownload
 Holes Chapter 31 to 34.pdfDownload
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Homework help for Maths:

Angles On A Straight Line Poster | Teaching IdeasAngles | Teaching Ideas

This we've been working on angles, watch this recap video to help

Area: Watch this video for the area of compound shapes https://vimeo.com/480255207

Rounding numbers:

 

We have used this rounding rhyme below to help instruct us on how to do this. Below is an example of how we use this in class.

 

         

63 rounded to the nearest 10 =   

Find the number in the Tens which is 6 (I ask the children to circle it), look next door in the Ones and it's a 3 (I ask them to underline it).        5 or higher add 1 more doesn't apply as 3 is less than 5, 4 or less let it rest applies because 3 is less than 4 so I let the 6 (that you circled) rest.  Numbers in front - there aren't any in this example, numbers behind zero's your name so we change the 3 to a 0.  The answer is 60.

 

68 rounded to the nearest 10 =

Find the number in the Tens which is 6 (I ask the children to circle it), look next door in the Ones and it's an 8 (I ask them to underline it).        5 or higher add 1 more applies as 8 is higher than 5, so I add 1 more to the 6 (that you circled) which is 7.  Numbers in front - there aren't any in this example, numbers behind zero's your name so we change the 8 to a 0.  The answer is 70.

 

If rounding to the nearest 100, do the same but you find the number in the hundreds column and circle it, look next door into the Tens and underline it.  You either add 1 more to the hundreds or let it rest.  Tens and Ones change to 00's.

Rounding to the nearest 1000 would be the same method, you find the number in the Thousands and circle it, look next door at the Hundreds and underline it.  Depending on this number you either add 1 more to the Thousands or let it rest.  Change the Hundreds, Tens and Ones to 000s.

Always check answers by asking yourself where the number would be on a number line and which 10's, 100's or 1,000s is it closer to.