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Hucknall Flying High Academy

Hucknall Flying High Academy

‘make every day count’

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Maths

Click the links below that will take you to your daily tutorial from White Rose.

 

You must complete the daily task in your workbook.

 

Year 5

Teacher guidance on your daily tutorial:
Here you can find notes and models to support you with today’s task. 

 

Monday

Today's lesson is revisiting rounding decimal places. Remember, 5 or more raise the score! 4 or less, let is rest. Lots of the tasks require rounding decimals on a number line. Look at the decimal you are rounding. Look at the digit to the right, decide whether to raise or rest it. Remember, you can watch the video tutorial to help you.

 

Tuesday

Today's lesson is looking at comparing and ordering decimals. To complete today's task, you will need to recap on greater than and less than. Greater than means larger, less than means smaller. You will also need to look at the whole number when ordering and comparing. Just because a number has more decimal places doesn't necessarily mean it is a larger number, for example:

1.225 and 1.3

1.3 is the larger number because it has 3 tenths, whereas 1.225 only has 2 tenths. Therefore, 1.3 is greater.

 

You will need to use your prior knowledge to recognise the decimal in different forms.

For example,

2.6 = 2 one and 6 tenths. Or, 26/10 or 260/100

 

Give it your best go! Remember, you can watch the video tutorial to help you.

 

Wednesday

Today's lesson is looking at percentages. The first part of today’s task is looking at a 100 hundred square. All percentages are out of 100. If 17 squares are shaded on the 100 square, that is 17/100 which is 17%. If there is a bar model in 10 blocks to represent a percentage, you need to divide the 100 by 10. Therefore, each block is 10. Therefore, if one block out of ten is shaded, it is 10%. If two blocks are shaded out of ten, it is 20% and so on. Watch the video to help you.

 

Thursday

The lesson today is converting percentages into fractions and decimals. Percentages are always out of 100. Therefore, your fraction will be out of hundredths and the decimal will be up to hundredths (2 decimal places). When comparing percentages/fractions/decimals, you may find it easier to convert them all into the same form. For example, 50% and 5/100. Convert 5/100 à 5%. Now it is clear to see 50% is larger. Watch the video to help you.

 

Friday

The lesson today is looking at equivalent FDP, fractions, decimals and percentages. Percentages are out of 100. You may need to find equivalent fractions, for example ¼ to /100.

100 divided by 4 = 25. Therefore, to convert ¼ into hundredths, multiply by 25. ¼ à 25/100.

Watch the video tutorial to help you.

Year 6

Teacher guidance on your daily tutorial:

Here you can find notes and models to support you with today’s task. 

 

Monday

Today's lesson is revisiting scale factors. You need to look carefully at the shapes and calculate what the scale factor is. 2x as big, scale factor 2. Remember, you can watch the video tutorial to help you.

 

Tuesday

Today's lesson is all about ratio and proportion problems. To answer today's task, you will need to apply your prior knowledge on ratio and  times tables to help you. For example: 8 cans of soda cost £4. How much do 4 cans cost?

Working out

8 ---> 4 = divided by 2

Therefore, divide the cost by 2.

£4 divided by 2 = £2

The cost of 4 cans is £2.

 

How much do 16 cans cost?

Working out

8--->16 = multiplied by 2

Therefore, multiply the cost by 2.

£4x2= £8

The cost of 16 cans is £8.

 

How much do 12 cans cost?

Working out

We've solved the cost of 8 cans from the question - £4

We've solved the cost of 4 cans to be £2.

8+4=12

Therefore, £4 + £2 = £6

The cost of 12 cans is £6.

 

Remember you can watch the video tutorial to help you too.

 

Wednesday

The lesson today is looking at using a protractor to measure angles. If you do not have a protractor at home, please watch the video tutorial to familiarise yourself with angles. Even if you don’t have a protractor, have a go at the flashback four questions and name the types of angles below.

Angle that is 90˚=

Angle that is <90˚=

Angle that is >90˚=

 

Thursday

The lesson today is looking at introducing angles, recognising the names of angles and what the angles might look like. For this lesson, you need to be able to recognise half turns.

Before you complete the sheet, have a practice at home!

Stand facing the front. Turn half way, where are you facing? Turn half way again and you should be facing the front. Practice turning clockwise and anti-clockwise, play a game with your family and see how many turns and angles you can do! Regarding the maths task, watch the video tutorial to help you.

 

Friday

The lesson today is looking at calculating angles. Remember, angles on a straight line equal 180˚ and on a circle they add up to 360˚. See examples below for more help. Watch the video tutorial to help you!

 

Times Tables Rockstars
Can you play for 30 minutes a day? Watch your score improve!
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You can access Times Tables Rockstars online from any electronic handheld devices, laptops and desktops. Every day your teacher will be monitoring the use of your account, setting times tables and checking on your progress. Each week, there will be a new competition for your class.

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