Hi, Year 5! Here are the documents you will need for your final Learning Pool. All the maths sheets for the next two weeks are below, too. Have fun, and I look forward to meeting some of you in the final week. Miss Smith :)
For those of you who find Maths tricky, here are some alternatives for you to try. The booklets still focus on Multiplication and Division but are less challenging than the Year 5 work on the website. Please don't worry if you do this instead - it's hard to do difficult work without a teacher there to help you. The important thing is to have a go, keep practising and please, do not get upset or cross, with the maths work. If you think this is happening - have a break and do something you enjoy and then, if you want to, come back to it later. Just do your best - and that is enough!
Maths challenge! For those of you who fancy a maths challenge with lots to think about and talk about here is a "Football Mystery" which you may enjoy. There is no teacher to make you "show your workings" (I know who will be VERY pleased about that!) but I do think that you will need to do so anyway - just so that you can keep checking where you are in terms of solving the problems set. Enjoy!y
Here is a complete Year 5 Multiplication and Division revision workbook and answer booklet (for parents!!) for you. We have covered all this work in class and there is lots to get your teeth into. Ask your parents if you need help but be aware that they may be working form home - so think about when is a good to ask for help.
There are 3 different topic "stimulus" sheets for you to choose from: castles, orchestras and the Antarctic. I have chosen a variety of themes so that, hopefully, at least one of them appeals to you! On the first sheet are lots of different related activities (including Maths challenges as well) for you to have a go at - you can take this work as far as you wish and should be able to do at least some of the activities without lots of adult support as I imagine your parents are busy trying to do things at home. Good luck and ENJOY. Try to do at least some of the activities as we need to keep your brain active!