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# Friday 8th January

Starter Task

Please log into TT Rockstars. We would like you to practise your tables because we know that practise makes perfect! I know you all want to become a rockstar hero, so set yourself a challenge and try and beat your friend’s score. Don’t forget that your teachers will be able to see your scores.

Try and spend 10 minutes on Gig and Studio, and then test yourself by completing the Soundcheck. Main Task

Next week, we are going to start our normal Maths lessons and we will begin our Fractions, Decimals and Percentages topic.

Therefore, today, I would like you to recap learning from Year 5 and complete

pages 2, 3, 4 and 5 in your Key Stage 2 Maths Targeted Question Book.

Here are some helpful hints:

Q1. Count how many squares the shaded section are from the mirror lines.

Q2. Work out how many girls study French and then how many boys study German from looking at the totals and completing subtractions. You will then be able to work out the rest of the totals.

Q3. You can leave this out if you don’t have a protractor at home.

Q4. Descending means biggest to smallest. Order means list.

Q5. Think of a Toblerone box – what face is missing?

Q6. Circle the whole number. Underline the one next door. Same gang? Next gang?

Circle the one decimal place. Underline the one next door. Same gang? Next gang?

Q7. Work out the lengths of the missing sides. Then add all of the lengths together to find the perimeter.

Q8. Which number is in both the 3 and the 4 times table?

Q9. The difference between the two amounts of money will tell you how much 1 sandwich costs. Take this amount away from £2.10 to find the price of a cup of tea.

Q10.  Write a list of cube numbers that are smaller than 65 to help you.

1 x 1 x 1 = 1 ….

Q11. Make both of your fractions have 12 as the denominator before you add them.

Q12. Divide 225 by 7.

Q13. Subtraction

Q14. Work out 2 x 6 and then multiply your answer by 2.

Q15. There are 90 degrees in a right angle and 180 degrees on a straight line. Work out 180 – 90 and then your answer – 58.

Q16. 3/5 = 60%. A full pizza is 100%.

Q17. 1255 x 25

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