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Year 5 Maths Spring Week 1

For the next three weeks, we will be focusing on fractions. As always each day you will have a warm-up, main lesson, some work to complete and a game to play. Sometimes your work will focus on fractions but often I will be asking you to cover other aspects of maths to make sure you are getting lots of practice. Here we go!


Day 1


Focus - divide whole numbers by a fraction


Warm-up by playing this rounding game. Enter your name, select mixed 10, 100 and 1,000. Then jigsaw mode and individual. When you finish the game click on get your results. You will know if you have mastered rounding if you get 80% or above. Do not worry if you get a lower score you have plenty of time to practice and improve over the next few years, you will get there!


Watch this 'Dividing whole numbers by fractions using models' by Mr J. This is revision, if you are really unsure and stuck with this video do not move on go this grade 5 Khans Academy unit and complete all the sections. You can take today and tomorrow to complete them. Then come back and carry on with this lesson.



Now let's move on to the keep, switch, flip method by watching 'Dividing whole numbers by frcations' by Mr J.




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Play this maths game choose the rising stars, if that is too difficult try the school playground if it is too easy the sadium.


Day 2


Focus - Write improper fractions and mixed numbers using a number line and pictorial methods.


Warm-up by playing this time game. I would like you to be able to match analogue and digital times to words on the 5 minute interval option. However, if this is a bit tricky select the option that is best for you. It should be challenging, not too easy!


Let's take a look at mixed numbers and improper fractions by watching 'Mixed

Numbers and Improper Fractions on the Number Line' by Icon Maths.


Complete the 'Representing Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers' worksheet by EasyTeaching, just print out the first sheet, you can go back and check your answers which are on the second sheet once you have finished.


Play this maths game and see how far you can get.


Day 3


Focus - find equivalent fractions using pictorial methods.


Warm-up by playing this game. I want you to choose the times tables option and mixed. If you are just beginning to learn your times tables choose the ones you know and are learning. If you are not ready for times tables then choose number bonds.


Watch this 'Modeling Equivalent Fractions' by Mr J.



Complete the 'Equivalent Fractions' worksheet by EasyTeaching, just print out the first sheet, you can go back and check your answers which are on the second sheet once you have finished.


Play this game. Click the read the scales option if you are just learning to read thermometers or the difference option is you are confident reading the temperature.


Day 4


Focus - compare and order fractions using pictorial methods.


Warm-up by playing this game. Choose the up to 100 in tens option then try the up to 100 option.


One important rule you need to remember when working with fractions is that the denominators have to be the same number otherwise it is like trying to compare apples with elephants! It just will not work.


If you need to recap how to change the denominator watch 'Maths Antics -Common Denominator' video by Maths Antics.



Now watch the 'Year 5 - Week 4 - Lesson 4' video by White Rose Maths.



Complete the worksheet 1 and worksheet 2 from the BBC Bite Size website.

You may need to do this over two different sessions. That is ok, just work through them and check your answers.


If you want to and feel you can do more maths, choose a game you enjoyed playing this week and spend 5 minutes playing.


Day 5


Focus - Compare and order improper fractions using pictorial methods.


Warm-up by playing this game. Choose which ever times tables you are focusing on now, or all of them!


Complete this lesson on BBC Bite Size down to the first worksheet. Complete the first worksheet and check your answers.


PLay this telling the time game. Choose to the nearest 5 minutes or make it harder by choosing to the nearest 1 minute.

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