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Y5 Homework

on September 13, 2017

Here is this week’s homework.  Please practise your spellings by copying them out.  It’s better to practise them for 5 minutes every day than for a longer time on one day.











Our mental maths this week has focussed on the 8 times table.  We have started to introduce more vocabulary to help you with this.  Can you use the word ‘product’ and ‘factor’ within your answers?

e.g. 4 x 8 = 32.  The product of 4 and 8 is 32.  Two factors of 32 are 4 and 8.

Try to answer your multiplication questions within 5 seconds!

We will test spellings next Wednesday and use the mental maths in our class assessments over the whole week.

22 Responses to “Y5 Homework”

  1. cian says:

    I commented cian

  2. cian says:

    I’m on!!!

  3. Archie says:

    I finally made it on to website!!!

  4. Joe Jones says:

    Can you upload the homework as a word file please, so I can print it off for Kiera G.

    Thank you in advance

  5. Amelia Russell says:

    I made it on and I am about to start my homework!

  6. Amelia F says:

    I found the website, I am doing my homework now.

  7. reeceyr5 says:

    I am doing homework

  8. Oliver Sh says:

    Hi Mrs Saville i’m on!

  9. James Webster says:

    Hi cian do you know what temperature a rocket 🚀 can reach and how much fuel it can take p.s this can be answered by anyone.


    • Mrs Saville says:

      Great question!
      This is what I found on the NASA website:
      Its temperature varies between room temperature and 1200 degrees Celsius.
      Each of the two Solid Rocket Boosters on the Space Shuttle carries more than one million pounds of solid propellant. The Space Shuttle’s large External Tank is loaded with more than 500,000 gallons of super-cold liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen, which are mixed and burned together to form the fuel for the orbiter’s three main rocket engines.

  10. David says:

    Hi Mrs Saville, I am on the blog.I am looking forward to learning about space tomorrow.

  11. Maya hewitt says:

    Hi Mrs Saville, how are you? I am doing my homework and I’m now on the blog. Are we doing anymore internet safety this week? Is this calculation correct 375,567<(less than) 375,578 – See you tomorrow

    • Mrs Saville says:

      We look at internet safety every term (and obviously we discuss it when we’re on the internet) so not this week. Your number statement is correct!

  12. Amelia Russell says:

    Hi Mrs Saville I have just re done my homework so that I know my spellings for Wednesday

  13. Archie :) says:

    well done on your spellings and maths guys ! 🙂

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