greatest common factor
What are the factors of 24?
What are the factors of 56?
What are their common factors?
What is their greatest common factor?
Try this for 16 and 40.
Try this for 36 and 72.
Use your spelling strategies to learn these spellings. Write them in a sentence to make sure you understand their meanings.
This week we spent a morning at Sunnycroft. This is our local National Trust property. Our work there was based on story-telling and drama but we also learned orienteering skills in the grounds. Inside the house we used our historical skills to look at primary sources of evidence of the past. The children, as usual, were a credit to Short Wood! Please visit with them and they can tell you what they have learned!
Use your spelling strategies to learn these spellings. Use them in a sentence to make sure you understand their meaning.
Mrs Bridger needs your help! She wants to draw a square. She wants the perimeter to be numerically equal to the area. The perimeter will be measured in units of length, (cm) and the area will be measured in square units, (cm2)
What size square could she draw?
Can you help her draw a rectangle that is twice as long as it is wide which still has a perimeter numerically equal to its area?
Log onto Bedrock and complete at least 30minutes. We will be monitoring this on our Teacher access and will be able to see who has spent time on it over the weekend.
Homework W/E 3.12.21
admission permit permission
Log onto Bedrock and complete 30minutes on your personalised learning.
Complete these written method questions from My Mini Maths https://myminimaths.co.uk/year-6-week-1-addition-subtraction-using-formal-written-methods-wednesday/
Spelling homework 26-11-21.
Use your spelling strategies to learn these words. Write them in an interesting sentence to make sure you understand their meaning.
invasion expansion comprehension
Maths homework 26-11-21.
Find the area and perimeters of these rectangles:
Length 60 cm Width 8 cm
L 40 cm W 10 cm
L 50 cm W 12 cm
L 44 cm W 15 cm
Wolf Watch needs your help! Can you design a cage to transport one of their wolves? It is 85 cm tall, 50 cm wide and 1.6 m long. Looking forward to seeing your designs!
This homework will help you with your Fast Facts:
1cm = ____mm
1m = ____cm
1km = ____m
1 litre = _____ml
1kg = ____g
3cm = ____mm
50mm = ____cm
5.5m = ____cm
3500ml = _____l
2.3kg = _____g
Use your spelling strategies to learn these words. Choose 8 to write into a sentence.
confess confession discuss discussion impress impression progress progression express expression confuse confusion revise revision televise television
Spend at least 15 minutes improving your vocabulary using Bedrock.
Maths homework 12-11-21.
This homework will help you learn your Fast Facts.
Convert these fractions to decimals:
1/2 1/4 3/4 1/10 1/5 3/5 9/10 1/100
7/100 21/100 75/100 99/100
How many tenths is 0.8?
How many hundredths is 0.12?
Spelling homework 12-11-21.
Use your spelling strategies to learn these words. Use them in a sentence to make sure you understand their meaning.
courageous outrageous hideous courteous serious curious obvious previous.
Spelling Homework 8-10-21.
Use your spelling strategies to learn these words and use them in a sentence to make sure you understand their meaning.
mention position myth
mystery physical bicycle
rhythm symbol system
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