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P5S – Euclid Maths Homework w/b 06.05.2019

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Please read each question carefully.  Remember a date and title (your group name) should be given. Layout of your work should be the same as in your class jotter. All workings should be shown and a sentence answer given.

  1. Lewis cut a pizza into 16 slices (it was an extra large pizza). He gave Innes  ¼ of it. How many slices were left?
  1. Evie M had to pay for her PACE sessions in advance. If each session costs £5.50, how much did Evie need to pay for 4 sessions?
  1. Aimee was attending her ice-skating lessons at the weekend. She left her house at 10.00am and arrived at the ice-rink at 11.00am. Aimee stayed at the rink for 2 hours before heading home. If her journey home took the same length of time as it did on the way there, what time did Aimee arrive home?
  1. Miley and Evie G walked to the Co-op for some snacks. On the way there they took 3281 steps. How many steps had they walked by the time they got home?
  1. Evan had £9.42 to spend. If he spent ⅓ of it at Costcutters on Jolly Ranchers, how much money did Evan spend?

 

P5S – Pythagoras Maths Homework w/b 06.05.2019

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Please read each question carefully.  Remember a date and title (your group name) should be given. Layout of your work should be the same as in your class jotter. All workings should be shown and a sentence answer given.

  1. Lewis cut a pizza into 16 slices (it was an extra large pizza). He gave Innes ¾ of it. How many slices were left?
  1. Evie M had to pay for her PACE sessions in advance. If each session costs £5.50, how much did Evie need to pay for 12 sessions?
  1. Aimee was attending her ice-skating lessons at the weekend. She left her house at 10.15am and arrived at the ice-rink at 11.07am. Aimee stayed at the rink for 2 hours before heading home. If her journey home took the same length of time as it did on the way there, what time did Aimee arrive home?
  1. Miley and Evie G walked to the Co-op for some snacks. On the way there they took 11,467 steps. How many steps had they walked by the time they got home?
  1. Evan had £8.26 to spend. If he spent two sevenths of it at Costcutters on Jolly Ranchers, how much money did Evan spend? How much did he have left?

 

P5S – Homework w/b 29.04.2019

Good morning! I hope you are having a lovely weekend. Homework and reminders for the coming week can be found below.

If you are unsure of any aspect of your homework, please remember to ask in class as soon as possible. You may also leave a comment on the blog for me. Please DO NOT leave any questions until the day your homework is due as this will be too late.

Spelling:  List 30 should be completed this week. You should write all of your words out twice in your spelling jotter. Please complete five sentences. Try to include a variety of interesting VCOP. Please remember that we should not be using openers I, My, The, It, There or A as we are continuing to up-level our work as much as possible. Each sentence should include a spelling rule word. You should also find two further words that include the same spelling rule. This task should be returned to school by Friday.

Personal Reading Challenge:  Personal reading should be completed as often as possible (not just during ERIC time) to allow you to achieve your target. Remember your Accelerated Reader book counts towards your target. Once you complete a book please add it to your reading passport.

Please remember to bring your book to school as this will allow you to read it during our ERIC sessions.

Reading: You should complete your book for Thursday 2nd May. Please read aloud to someone at home remembering to use expression where needed. You should discuss your book using the Three Sharings method: What do you like/dislike about the book?, Is there anything that puzzles you about what you have read?, Do you have any connections with what has happened/characters within the book?

Maths:   Please access the relevant link below.   When calculating your answers, you should use the methods we have been learning in class. Please use the method you find most easiest. This task should be completed and returned to school by Friday 3rd.

Fibonacci

Pythagoras

Euclid

 

  1.  P.E. will be on Tuesday and Friday.  Please ensure you have a full kit. Long hair should be tied back.
  2. Please remember to return the form relating to the new cashless system.
  3. Forms relating to the swimming sessions held in Primary 6 were issued last week. These should be completed and returned as soon as possible. Both pages should be completed.
  4. For our science experiment on Thursday a small carrier bag is required. If possible, this should be the lightweight ones (5p ones in the supermarket). I will bring one in tomorrow to show you an example.

Enjoy the remainder of the weekend. See you tomorrow.

Mrs O’Neill

P5S – Pythagoras Maths Homework w/b 29.04.2019

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Please read each question carefully.  Remember a date and title (your group name) should be given. Layout of your work should be the same as in your class jotter. All workings should be shown and a sentence answer given.

  1. Ruaridh had a bag of Jolly Ranchers. He gave away ¾ of the pack to his friends. If there were 44 sweets in the pack, how many sweets did Ruaridh give away?
  1. In P5S there are 27 pupils. Two ninths of the children have already brought their field shoes into school. How many children have still to bring their shoes in?
  1. At lunchtime there was 32 children in Picnic Paradise. of them put their litter in the bin. How many of them did not dispose of their litter properly?
  1. Out of the 30 cars in the car park, two thirds are dark coloured. How many cars are light coloured?
  1. There are 546 children in our school; four sixths of which regularly have a school lunch. How many children regularly have a school lunch and how many do not?

P5S – Euclid Maths Homework w/b 29.04.2019

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Please read each question carefully.  Remember a date and title (your group name) should be given. Layout of your work should be the same as in your class jotter. All workings should be shown and a sentence answer given.

  1. Ruaridh had a bag of Jolly Ranchers. He gave away ½ of the pack to his friends. If there were 44 sweets in the pack, how many sweets did Ruaridh give away?
  1. In P5S there are 27 pupils.  ⅓  of the children have already brought their field shoes into school. How many children have brought their shoes in?
  1. At lunchtime there was 32 children in Picnic Paradise.⅛  of them put their litter in the bin. How many of them disposed of their litter properly?
  1. Out of the 40 cars in the car park,  ¼  are dark coloured. How many cars are light coloured?
  1. There are 546 children in our school; one sixth of which regularly have a school lunch. How many children regularly have a school lunch and how many do not?

P5S – Fibonacci Maths Homework w/b 29.04.2019

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Please read each question carefully.  Remember a date and title (your group name) should be given. Layout of your work should be the same as in your class jotter. All workings should be shown and a sentence answer given.

  1. Ruaridh had a bag of Jolly Ranchers. He gave away ⅓ of the pack to his friends. If there were 42 sweets in the pack, how many sweets did Ruaridh give away?
  1. In P5S there are 27 pupils. Two thirds of the children have already brought their field shoes into school. How many children have still to bring their shoes in?
  1. At lunchtime there was 32 children in Picnic Paradise. Three eighths  of them put their litter in the bin. How many of them did not dispose of their litter properly?
  1. Out of the 40 cars in the car park,  ¼  are dark coloured. How many cars are light coloured?
  1. There are 546 children in our school; two sixths of which regularly have a school lunch. How many children regularly have a school lunch and how many do not?

P5S – Homework w/b 22.04.2019

Good morning everyone! I hope you are having a great Easter weekend and are enjoying the fabulous weather. Please keep reading for a note of your homework and reminders for the coming week.

If you are unsure of any aspect of your homework, please remember to ask in class as soon as possible. You may also leave a comment on the blog for me. Please DO NOT leave any questions until the day your homework is due as this will be too late.

Spelling:  List 29 should be completed this week. You should write all of your words out twice in your spelling jotter. Please complete five sentences. Try to include a variety of interesting VCOP. Please remember that we should not be using openers I, My, The, It, There or A as we are continuing to up-level our work as much as possible. Each sentence should include a spelling rule word. You should also find two further words that include the same spelling rule. This task should be returned to school by Friday.

Personal Reading Challenge: Our Personal Reading Challenge for term 4 has begun. I will be checking with you this week to see what target you have set yourself. Personal reading should be completed as often as possible (not just during ERIC time) to allow you to achieve your target. Remember your Accelerated Reader book counts towards your target. Once you complete a book please add it to your reading passport.

Please remember to bring your book to school as this will allow you to read it during our ERIC sessions.

Reading: Reading books were issued last Thursday. You should read half of your book for Thursday 25th. Please read aloud to someone at home remembering to use expression where needed. You should discuss your book using the Three Sharings method: What do you like/dislike about the book?, Is there anything that puzzles you about what you have read?, Do you have any connections with what has happened/characters within the book?

Maths:  Maths homework was issued last week. Some of you have already completed the task therefore have no maths homework  this week. Please access the relevant link below.  This task should be completed and returned to school by Friday 26th.

Fibonacci

Pythagoras

Euclid

 

  1.  Report cards were issued at the end of last term. Please return your confirmation slips as soon as possible.
  2. P.E. will be on Tuesday and Friday.  Please ensure you have a full kit. Long hair should be tied back.
  3. The field is opening this week. Separate field shoes are required so please ensure you bring a pair in if you haven’t already done so. These shoes may be kept in the class box for the remainder of the term if you wish.
  4. Now that the good weather appears to be here  we will be taking our learning outside as much as possible. Please ensure sun cream is being applied before you come to school.

Have a wonderful Easter! See you on Tuesday.

Mrs O’Neill

P5S – Homework w/b 15.04.2019

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Good morning everyone! I hope you have had a fabulous time over the last couple of weeks. I cannot believe we have arrived at term 4 already: Primary 5 will be over before we know it!  Homework and reminders for the coming week can be found below.

If you are unsure of any aspect of your homework, please remember to ask in class as soon as possible. You may also leave a comment on the blog for me. Please DO NOT leave any questions until the day your homework is due as this will be too late.

Spelling:  List 28 should be completed this week. You should write all of your words out twice in your spelling jotter. Please complete five sentences. This week I would like you to include a variety of interesting VCOP. Please remember that we should not be using openers I, My, The, It, There or A as we are continuing to up-level our work as much as possible. Each sentence should include a spelling rule word. You should also find two further words that include the same spelling rule. This task should be returned to school by Thursday.

Personal Reading Challenge: Our Personal Reading Challenge will be beginning again. Please be thinking about your target for this term. What do you think you will realistically achieve? Personal reading should be completed as often as possible (not just during ERIC time) to allow you to achieve your target. Remember your Accelerated Reader book counts towards your target. Once you complete a book please add it to your reading passport.

Please remember to bring your book to school as this will allow you to read it during our ERIC sessions.

Reading: Reading books will be issued on Thursday. Please read aloud to someone at home remembering to use expression where needed. You should discuss your book using the Three Sharings method: What do you like/dislike about the book?, Is there anything that puzzles you about what you have read?, Do you have any connections with what has happened/characters within the book?

Your reading should be completed for Thursday 25th.

Maths:  Please access the relevant link below for your maths homework. You have two weeks to complete this task due to the holiday weekend. This task should be completed and returned to school by Friday 26th.

Fibonacci

Pythagoras

Euclid

 

  1.  Report cards were issued at the end of last term. Please return your confirmation slips as soon as possible.
  2. P.E. will be on Tuesday.  P.E. kits were taken home before the holidays for washing so please ensure you have a full P.E. kit for Tuesday. Long hair should be tied back.
  3. This is a short week. School will be closed on Friday 19th and the following Monday (22nd) for Easter.

See you in the morning.

Mrs O’Neill

P5S – Fibonacci Maths Homework w/b 15.04.2019

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Please read each question carefully.  Remember a date and title (your group name) should be given. Layout of your work should be the same as in your class jotter. All workings should be shown and a sentence answer given.

  1.  Morrisons took a delivery of 7,386 Easter eggs. They sold 2,363 on Thursday and 2,219 on Friday. If they had 562 eggs left on Sunday, how many did they sell on Saturday?

2.  There are 6 Easter eggs in a box. If the Co-op has 1,926 eggs, how        many boxes do they have?

3.  Costcutters are selling medium sized Easter eggs for £3.49.  If                 you have £15.00, how many eggs can you buy? How much                        change will you have?

4.  Hannah has two extra large bags of chocolate mini eggs. Each bag        contains 726 mini eggs. If Hannah shares them equally between            herself and 4 friends, how many eggs do each of them receive?              Are there any left over?

5.  On Easter Sunday Carys and Jude are visiting their grandparents         in Greenock. If they leave their house at 8.15am and return                     later in the day at 6.55pm, how long will they have been away                 from home? What time did they leave and return in 24 hour                     clock?

P5S – Euclid Maths Homework w/b 15.04.2019

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Please read each question carefully.  Remember a date and title (your group name) should be given. Layout of your work should be the same as in your class jotter. All workings should be shown and a sentence answer given.

  1.  Morrisons took a delivery of 4,220 Easter eggs. They sold 1,300 on Thursday and 2,124 on Friday. If they had 350 eggs left on Sunday, how many did they sell on Saturday?

2.  There are 4 Easter eggs in a box. If the Co-op has 1,248 eggs, how        many boxes do they have?

3.  Costcutters are selling medium sized Easter eggs for £3.00.  If                 you have £20.00, how many eggs can you buy? How much                        change will you have?

4.  Hannah has two extra large bags of chocolate mini eggs. Each bag        contains 725 mini eggs. If Hannah shares them equally between            herself and 3 friends, how many eggs do each of them receive?              Are there any left over?

5.  On Easter Sunday Carys and Jude are visiting their grandparents         in Greenock. If they leave their house at 10.15am and return                   later in the day at 6.20pm, how long will they have been away                 from home? What time did they leave and return in 24 hour                     clock?