Here is a copy of some of the work we have done in school this week.
Rounding numbers to 100
Examples of the Maths done this week:
Maths Week 7
We have been looking at reading and interpreting timetables and thinking about where and how we would use these in our daily lives.
Maths Week 6
We have been reading and interpreting information in tables, including timetables.
Maths Week 5
We have been solving comparison, sum and difference problems using information presented in a line graph.
Maths Week 4
We have been looking at statistics and how to read and interpret data presented in line graphs. We are also spending more time working with numbers up to 100,000 with an emphasis on HOW we know the value of a number and HOW we solve problems which have been posed in class. We will round numbers to the nearest thousand, ten thousand and one hundred thousand as well.
Maths Week 3
We have continued looking at Roman Numerals and have been recognising years written in Roman Numerals. We have moved onto working with and comparing numbers up to 100,000.
Maths Week 2
We have continued to look at negative numbers this week and how these are used in different contexts. We have also been looking at Roman Numerals to 1000. We have worked on rounding numbers to the nearest 10 and 100 and are now moving to rounding to the nearest thousand.
Maths Week 1
We have revised place value to 1000 and then moved onto the Year 5 curriculum and covered numbers to 10,000. The children have been great and showed good understanding. Some found subtraction 100 from a 4 digit number where there are no hundreds tricky ( eg. 9078 - 100) so we will do more of this next week. We have also looked at negative numbers.