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Listen to this song, while you are mastering your skills of locating and naming the counties of Ireland.
Practice on these games below!
This week we are learning all about Number Theory.
Our important facts to remember are:
An even number always ends in 0,2,4,6,8
An odd number ends in 1,3,5,7,9
Try these websites below:
Today we will be looking at prime and composite numbers.
What are the rules for these?
Check out these websites:
This week we our focusing on swans, as they are an animal which featured during the legend 'Children of Lir.' We figured out that they were used for numerous reasons; lakes and rivers are swans natural habitat, they are graceful creatures, they communicate to each other by their voices....
1. Log on this morning and finish your tasks. You will need this website:
2. Log onto the below website and make your word cloud, click create, then load (write 12 words to do with the swan), then submit.
3. Leave a comment with three facts you learnt about the swan.
This week we our focusing on percentages, they are always out of a 100. Have a go on these games!
This week fifth class are revising long division and will learn how to divide using decimals. The key to being excellent at division is knowing your tables inside out,so get practicing!
Now that you have practiced your tables, have a go at revising how to do long division:
Now try this game, listen carefully to the instructions and decide whether you have to multiply or divide.
If you get stuck click play on the video below, it shows you how to divide decimals by whole numbers:
Our class are super good at Maths. We've been working on length this week a very fun topic.
Get busy measuring on this fun website.
Now try these:
Have a look at this webpage, it's all about measurements and what tools to use, when you have read it, click on let's practice at the bottom of the page.
This week your task is to practice your multiplying skills. Have a go on either website:http://www.coolmath.com/prealgebra/02-decimals/decimals-cruncher-multiplication.htm
When you have completed 10 sums, chose any game from this website:
Today we have started reading the picture The Red Comb. The class noticed that the title was done in green, rather than red, which we found intriguing. Mark. H pointed out that the story was probably going to take place in a dry, arid place and he was proven right. We also noticed the front cover was a roll over, it's the first picture book we came across where we found it hard to predict what the story was going to be about. This story took place in Puerto Rico. Watch out for thoughts....
This week in January, we are learning all about decimals.
Read all about Decimals:
Play these game to convert fractions into decimals:
Try this game to order decimals correctly on a number line:
Fill in the missing decimals: