## Homework 14th May  Due Tuesday 18th May.

PLEASE ADHERE TO THE DAY HOMEWORK IS DUE IN. YOU NEED TO TALK WITH ME IF COMPLETING IT IS A PROBLEM. DO NOT LEAVE IT UNTIL I ASK FOR THE WORK TO BE LOOKED AT IT CLASS. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO BRING IT INTO SCHOOL.

Maths:

online times tables answer required

multiple choice times tables

You can record the following in your books.

Think of a number puzzles!

Remember to work backwards through the questions and turn the operations into their inverse partners!!

+ and -     x and ÷

I think of a number. I multiply it by 2 and my answer is 24.  What was my number?

Look at 24 and work backwards with it. 24 divided by 2 = 12.

1. I think of a number. I add 16 and my answer is 36.  What was my number?
2. I think of a number. I subtract 25 and add 2.  My answer is 27, what was my number?
3. I think of a number. I add 15 and then multiply by 2.  My answer is 32, what was my number?
4. I think of a number.  I divide by 2, add 98 and my answer is 100.  What was my number?

Challenge!

1. I think of a number. I multiply it by 2, add 50 and my answer is 74.  What was my number?
2. I think of a number. I add 16, subtract 30 and my answer is 36.  What was my number?
3. I think of a number. I subtract 25 and add 2.  I then multiply by 2.  My answer is 154, what was my number?
4. I think of a number. I add 15 and multiply by 2.  Then I divide by 2 and my answer is 16, what was my number?

English:  Ensure you keep up with your reading.

Spellings:

Work on the double consonants:

accommodate, apparent, embarrass, marvellous, interrupt, committee, recommended, especially, community, professional, apparent, accidentally.

We will randomly challenge ourselves during the week on these words.

SPAG:   A common mistake in both spoken and written language is the confusion between could've and the incorrect could of. Read through the following powerpoint:

Write 5 sentences with the correct use of could have!!

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In preparation for Design and Technology weeks, practice the following skills, by recording ion your book or sticking in the items:

• To accurately measure using a ruler:

## 1.Draw a square with 5cm sides

1. Draw a rectangle that is 7cm long and 3cm wide
2. Draw a 2cm border around a piece of paper
3. Draw a 6cm square and draw a small circle in the centre
4. Draw any sized circle using a compass
5. Draw a circle, using a compass with a radius of 3cm or around an object.
6. Draw an equilateral triangle that is 6cm high, with a 5cm wide base

• To accurately cut out using scissors

Cut out the following shapes in order using a pair of scissors.  The aim is to cut out each shape accurately.

1. Square
2. Rectangle
3. Triangle
4. Pentagon
5. Hexagon
6. ‘L’ shape