Category Archives: Primary 6G

Primary 6 Maths

Hi everyone 🙂

Here is the maths homework for this week.

The focus of this weeks homework is working with decimals. In class we have also been working on fractions and percentages, try to use this knowledge to help you with some of the questions.

Remember to try your best 🙂 

 

Mild

1.  Write 0.67 as a fraction

2. What is 48% as a decimal?

3. 1.87 – 0.02=

4. 4.2m + 6.8m=

5. 7 x 0.3 kg=

6. 10 x 6.3=

7. 10 x 68.8=

8. Write in decimal form 23 hundredths.

9. Write in decimal form 4 hundredths.

10. Write 1/2  as a decimal.

 

Hot

  1. Write 0.88 as a fraction

2.  What is 75% as a decimal?

3.  3.8 – 2.17=

4.  9.22 + 3.14=

5.  6 x 1.56 kg=

6.  Write 17 hundredths in decimal form.

7.  What is 3/4 as a decimal?

On average, children grow 0.58 cm a month.

8. How much would an average child grow in 8 months?

9. Eva had a growth spurt and grew three times faster than an average child. How much more would Eva had grown?

10.  0.44 x 4 – 1 =

 

Primary 6G

Hi everyone 🙂

Welcome back, it was great to hear all about your weekend today!

This weeks spelling is listed below. Remember to complete your look, say, cover, write and check and your six sentences for Friday. 

Please take care with your presentation and read over your sentences to ensure they make sense. Remember you can make these sentences funny and original ( Cheer me up when marking on a Friday) .

Rule – cian

  • Musician
  • Magician
  • Optician
  • Politician
  • Electrician
  • Beautician
  • Rule
  • Among
  • Noun
  • Power

Everyone should have a reading book and I will be hearing individual reading throughout the week. If you selected a new book today the date you are aiming to finish this book is by 9/12/2019.

Christmas House Art Day- 29/11/2019 :):)

Please return the Christmas lunch slips by Wednesday this week.

Maths homework will be posted separately.

Let me know if you have any issues,

 

Miss Gemmell

Parentpay

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Thank you for your support.

19/11/2019 Primary 6 Homework

Apologies for the late homework blog.

Spelling this week.

Rule – sion & ssion.  

  • Pension
  • Occasion
  • Extension
  • Diversion
  • Permission
  • Passion
  • Session
  • Expression
  • Filled
  • Heat
  • Check
  • Object

Maths

This week we have been looking at the relationship between fractions, decimals and percentages. We have also looked at how you can use fractions to solve simple problems.

Mild

  1.     1/4 of 16m=

2.     1/2 of £32 =

3.     1/6 of 30cm =

4.     2/3 of 18miles =

5.    2/5 of 40kg =

6.    A sale was on in Top Shop for 1/2 off tops that were normally £8. What price were they now?

7.  Stephanie sold a third of her 24 stickers. How many did she sell?

8.  Write the decimal and fraction for 23%

9.  Write the percentage and decimal for 47/100

10.  Write the percentage and fraction for 0.67

 

Hot

  1.     3/4 of 56m=
  2. 2.     1/7 of £63 =

    3.     4/6 of 36cm =

    4.     2/8 of 88 miles =

    5.    2/5 of 120kg =

    6.    A sale was on in Top Shop for 2/7 off tops that were normally £42. What price were they now?

    7.  Stephanie sold an eighth of her 168 stickers. How many did she sell?

    8.  Write the decimal and fraction for 10%

    9.  Write the percentage and decimal for 1/4

    10.  Write the percentage and fraction for 1.78

     

Primary 6G

Hello everyone 🙂

I hope you all had a lovely weekend.

This weeks spelling is listed below. Remember to complete your look, say, cover, write and check and your six sentences for Friday.

Rule – sion & ssion 

  • Pension
  • Occasion
  • Extension
  • Permission
  • Passion
  • Session
  • Filled
  • Heat
  • Check
  • Object

Everyone should have a reading book and I will be hearing individual reading throughout the week. If you selected a new book today the date you are aiming to finish this book is by 2/12/19. 

Christmas Lunch– Letters went out today regarding Christmas lunch, if you could have these returned by the 27th November. This can be paid for through parent pay.

A big well done to all the Primary 6G stars of the week last week. Keep up the amazing work.

Miss Gemmell

Primary 6 Homework W/B 11.11.19

Good Morning,

This week we will be revising some of the words which we have learnt in previous weeks. Please remember to find the root and practise any shoot words. Please also double check the spelling of shoot words.

Revision – question, postmodern, centimetre, superstructure, microwave, autobiography, megaphone, construction, millionth, microscope.

Maths – Maths homework this week is SumDog as we are competing in a contest across Renfrewshire.

Miss Altman, Miss Gemmell and Mr Morrison

Primary 6G

Hello everyone 🙂

It was lovely to hear all about your weekend in class today.

This weeks spelling is listed below. Remember to complete your look, say, cover, write and check and your six sentences for Friday 8th November.

Rule- post & tion 

. Postpone

.Postgraduate

.Posture

.Question

. Competition

. Suggestion

.Though

.Language

.Thousands

.Government

Remember in class today we discussed the common errors that people make with these words.

Everyone has selected a new reading book today. Try and complete this by the 18th November. Please make sure you are recording your book in your running record jotter.

Maths homework has been posted as a chilli challenge again this week. Remember if you only know some of the hot challenge you can still give it a go!

Today we were learning about the phases of the moon. Take a look tonight and see if you can identify the phase. We can compare answers tomorrow.

Have a lovely week.

Miss Gemmell

Primary 6- MATHS

Hi everyone 🙂

 

Here is the maths homework for this week. This week we are looking at different questions using decimals.

If you think you could tackle some of the hot challenge then give it a go! Remember all we ask for is you try your best.

Please read each question carefully.

Any issues then please let us know.

Thanks,

 

Miss Gemmell

 

 

Mild

  1.     4.8 + 5.1 =

2.     6.7 + 2.5 =

3.     0.44 + 3.50=

4.     7.7 – 4.2 =

5.    3.29 – 0.43=

6.    An empty pot weighs 0.6 kilograms.  5.7 kilograms of food is added to the pot. What is the combined weight?

7.  Stephanie travels 5.8 km by motorbike. Grant travels 6.7 km and Beth travels 3.2 km. What is the combined distance travelled?

8.  £4. 65 + £2.88 =

9.  4.53 x 2 =

10.  9.23 x 3=

 

Hot

  1.   3.82 + 1.14=

2.   7.66 add 3.28=

3.   718.4 – 511.86=

4.    2.5- 0.50=

5.     3 – 0.84=

6.     23.8  multiplied by 4

7.     345.6  x  3=

  Show your working for the following questions : 

8.   A tray of grapes weighs 4.2 kilograms. What is the weight of 8 trays?

9.  Rachael is paid £154.64 for working 8 hours.

How much does she earn per hour?

*10.  A lift can hold a maximum of 8 people. There are 26 people in a queue for the lift.

Jake calculates that the lift will take three journeys, since 26 divided by 8= 3.25 which rounds to 3.

Explain if you think Jake has answered this correctly.