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Homework Spring 2 Week 6 to be handed in by Friday 12th April 2019

English

 

Write 3 perfectly, punctuated sentences about rivers using the conjunctions as, once and while.

 

Examples:

 

A river grows larger as it collects water from more tributaries along its course.

 

A river comes to an end once it reaches the mouth.

 

Some underground rivers flow fast and have rapids while others flow gently.

 

Maths


Tables Race

Instructions:

  1. Set the timer.

  2. Complete the grid below, multiplying the numbers in the left column by the numbers across the top.

  3. Stop the timer when you are done.

  4. Check your answers. Write down your total of correct answers and your time at the bottom of your sheet.

 

X

6

5

10

8

7

6

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

  12

 

 

 

 

 

 


Time: __________ minutes __________ seconds

 Score: ___________ out of 36

 

Calculations

 

Choose only one set of calculations, 1, 2 or 3. You must write them out in your book.

 

1

2

3

1) 1345 + 957 =

1) 1712 + 1357 =

1) 4637 + 3187 =

2) 1221 + 1024 =

2) 2321 + 2423 =

2) 3852 + 2685 =

3) 1634 + 1185 =

3) 1695 + 1205 =

3) 2967 + 2698 =

4) 1852 - 1634 =

4) 4325 - 3741 =

4) 7000 - 3374 =

5) 1723 - 1528 =

5) 4410 - 2285 =

5) 5605 - 4285 =

6) 1654 - 1422 =

6) 3000 - 2650 =

6) 4003 - 3698 =

7) 123 x 3 =

7) 375 x 8 =

7) 378 x 9 =

8) 145 x 4 =

8) 287 x 7 =

8) 367 x 8 =

9) 125 x 5 =

9) 362 x 6 =

9) 768 x 7 =

10) 484 ÷  4 =

10) 486 ÷  6 =

10) 729 ÷  9 =

11) 264 ÷  3 =

11) 459 ÷  9 =

11) 488 ÷  8 =

12) 186 ÷  6 =

12) 568 ÷  8 =

12) 567 ÷  7 =

ANSWERS TO WEEK 5 HOMEWORK

1)1829

7)64

1)3052

7)2736

1)7733

7)1656

2)2639

8)55

2)3323

8)1848

2)6213

8)2695

3)2789

9)54

3)2627

9)1104

3)5739

9)5392

4)417

10)7

4)945

10)71

4)1369

10)81

5)43

11)70

5)547

11)41

5)698

11)61

6)626

12)70

6)632

12)41

6)1676

12)81

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