Class 4 rocking out during the first lesson of our new music unit, Livin’ on a Prayer

## Maths Challenge

- Round these numbers to the nearest 100 to check:

7683 – 5847 = 2336 - Prime numbers have only 1 and itself as factors.

Recall prime numbers up to 19

Prime numbers: 2, **A** , 5 , 7, **B** , 13, **C** , 19.

What are the values of A, B and C?

3. One Y5 class has 14 boys and 15 girls. On Tuesday, 25

children are in class. How many children are absent?

## Maths Challenge

- Altogether, how many children
**don’t**walk to school? - How many
**more**Year 6 children than Year 2 children walk to school?

## GPS challenge

Add a **fu****ll stop** or a **question mark** to complete each sentence below.

There is a pony in the field

Are we going swimming

Have you seen my hat and gloves

## GPS Challenge

- Select the correct word to complete the following sentence:

when, or, because, if

Tomorrow, we could go for a walk ___________ play games indoors.

2. What type of word is underlined in the sentence below?

Poppy held the baby rabbit __gently__ in her arms.

3. Identify all of the words in the sentences below that should start with a **capital letter**.

henry tudor married his first wife, catherine, in june

1509. they married in london

** Explain why they need capital letters. **

## Year 5 Maths Challenge

1 (a) Place these fractions in order of size, starting with the **smallest**

1/2 1/3 5/12 5/6

(b) Explain how you did this.

2 (a) Boris says that 0.321 = 3210/1000. Is he correct? Explain.

## Year 4 Maths Challenge

1 (a) Two of the fractions listed below are equivalent, identify them.

(b) Explain how you solved the problem.

2/3 6/10 9/12 10/15 16/20

2 (a) Calculate 3/4 of **£15**

(b) Explain how you solved the problem.

3) (a) Geoff says that 3/5 of **£45 ** is £20. Is he correct?

## GPS Challenge

Good Morning!

**Which piece of punctuation is missing from this sentence? **

Archie the hamster eats seeds nuts and dried peas every day.

**Justify why I need the missing piece of punctuation. **

## Maths Reasoning

Good Morning!

Children, I have been pondering the following question;

**How do I place the following numbers in descending order? **

**1.9 0.96 1.253 0.328**

Step 1: Place the numbers in descending order.

Step 2: Explain how I would do this.

**Remember to use mathematical language e.g. tenths, hundredths, thousandths. **

## Maths Challenges

Good Afternoon,

Maths Challenges:

Year 5: Sophie thinks 1.007 is bigger than 1.01 because 7 is bigger than 1.

Is she correct? Explain why?

Year 4:

Write the fraction that matches to

each decimal.

0.25 =

0.5 =

0.75 =