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TODAY’S HOME LEARNING: MATHS, ENGLISH, TOPIC, STILLING TIME
Starter: Factor Feeder
It would be a good idea to write down the factors of the number before clicking the Start button.
L.I. -To identify prime numbers.
Key facts about prime numbers:
- A prime number can only be divided by itself and 1. Therefore it has only 2 factors.
- 1 is not a prime number
- 2 is the only even prime number.
Watch the video below for a reminder of prime numbers:
Have a go at learning the first few prime numbers – scroll down for the answers:
SPICY/HOT- use the sheets below:
Y5 Autumn Block 4 WO4 Prime numbers 2019
Y5 Autumn Block 4 ANS4 Prime numbers 2019
Spicy – now finish by watching the further challenge video
Hot – watch the further challenge video and then complete ether the second or third sheet below:
Watch the following video about prime factors:
True or False?
Give a reason for your choice.
New Spellings are on Spelling Shed – remember to practise!
L.I. – To use inference.
Watch the videos, then try activities 2 and 3.
L.I. To write a non-fiction magazine article.
Read about ten of the latest inventions created here:
Imagine you are to write a countdown of the Top 5 Latest Inventions for a technology magazine.
Select your top five based on the ten you have just read about and write your countdown.
Try to include a short explanation of what the invention is and why it features in your Top 5.
Remember to read back through your work to check for spelling and punctuation.
L.I. – Begin to recognise and describe the extent of change in a civilisation.
Today we are finding out about what changes have happened to the Maya, over time.
Use the web page below:
Watch the video and make notes about changes that happened between these dates:
732 AD to 1150 AD
1150 AD to 1750 AD
1750 AD to today
Now look at the slides about the Maya today and make notes.
You can decide how to present what you have found out by choosing from the following:
- Create a timeline using key facts and using drawings to illustrate them.
- Make a poster
- Create a PowerPoint
- Write a report
- Write a script for a presentation
With the wonderful Mrs O’Donnell.
We think the answer to the last question in maths could also be 53. It is still between a factor of 48 (48) and a multiple of 11 (55).
It does say ‘between a multiple of 11 and a factor of 48.’ 23 works because it is a prime number between 22 and 24. SO if you do it in that order, 53 wouldn’t work because if the multiple of 11 is 44 then the next factor of 48 would be 48. So the prime number between them would be 47.I think the question could be clearer!
What do you get when you cross an aeroplane, a limousine and a dog?
A flying car-pet!