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Each day you will need to follow the instructions given. Once you have done that, complete the level of work you would normally complete in school. Don't forget to keep playing on Prodigy and practising your times tables! You should also complete the Fluent in Five and Rapid Reasoning set for each day.

If you are finding it tricky or have any questions, email us: 

year5@johnhunt.notts.sch.uk

 

Last week's Prodigy update:

1st place:  Leon O- 148 correct answers

2nd place:  Isla- 126 correct answers

3rd place: 37 correct answers

Special mention to: Isaac and Isobel for also playing along! 

Have a look at BBC Super Movers to help you learn your times tables! Some of the videos are quite catchy!!

 

Monday 8th February

 

Imperial units

 

Watch the short clip from BBC Bitesize on Imperial units of measure. 

 

 

Read the sheet through and look at the conversions at the top of each section.

Complete your chosen challenge:

Bronze Q 1-5

Silver Q 1-7

Gold Q 1-9

Tuesday 9th February

 

Using a 24 hour clock

 

Read the information sheet about Reading 24-hour clock.

Choose you level of challenge: 

Bronze and Silver P1-3 only

Gold Pages 4-6 only.

Wednesday 10th February

 

Converting units of time

 

Complete your chosen level of challenge:

Bronze – complete only p1 and 2 of your task booklet

Silver – complete the whole White Rose worksheets

Gold – complete only p1 and 2 of your task booklet.

 

Remember to self-mark your work and see if you can work out where you went wrong on any incorrect answers.

Thursday 11th February

 

Timetables

 

Complete your chosen level of challenge:

Bronze – complete both of the Bronze tasks

Silver – complete Q1-3 of Silver and Gold task 1 (White Rose sheet) and complete p3 only of the Silver and Gold task 2 (URBrainy sheet)

Gold – complete Q3-5 of the Silver and Gold task 1 (White Rose sheet) and complete p4 only of the Silver and Gold task 2 (URBrainy sheet).

 

Self-mark your answers!

Friday 12th February

 

Time problems 

 

Complete your chosen level of challenge. They appear to be the same problem but there are some differences in the questions.

 

Challenge yourself – don’t always stay in your ‘comfort zone’.

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