Work out who the imposters are from the maths questions below. Solve the questions to check which answers are correct. Can you write the correct answers for the imposters questions?
Your spellings this week are words that you should have learnt in Year 3 and 4. Use the strategies below to help you practice them. On Friday you will be tested on them.
The words this week are:
accident actually although believe bicycle business
caught centre century certain circle decide
Today’s aim: write cause and effect sentences.
First, watch the video below, which shows the parts of a bike. This will help you with your task.
If you cannot watch the video, there is an image of a bike with the labels in the pack.
Then, complete the task.
12 in 10
Have a go at the questions below before you start your maths learning. Remember, you have 10 minutes to answer the questions.
Today's lesson is learning about square numbers. Watch the video below to help you. Can you explain to someone else what a square number is once you have finished watching it?
There are two tasks for you to complete. Choose a first activity task and reasoning task based on how well you understand the video you have watched. Mild is the easiest and hot is the hardest.
Answer the questions below. Answers for the questions are also below for you to self-mark.
Have a go at the challenges on the cards below. How many times can you complete each exercise in 5 minutes? Can you do it again to beat your score?