# Year 5 Maths Booklet

```Year 5 Summer Learning
Maths Booklet
Week 1
Addition and Subtraction using column method
Week 2
Knowledge Quiz
Short division and short multiplication
Week 3
Knowledge Quiz
Fractions – find equivalent fractions.
Fractions – find the fraction of a number.
Week 4
Knowledge Quiz
Convert fractions to decimals on a place value chart.
Week 5
Multiply and divide any number by 10, 100, 1000.
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Week 1
Addition and subtraction using column method. Look at the exemplar and complete the worksheets.
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Challenge:
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Session 2 – Column subtraction:
Challenge:
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Session 3: Solve the worded calculations and word problems using addition and subtraction.
Worded calculations:
1. What number is 3006 more than 4695?
2. Subtract 6725 from 8053.
3. What number is 4340 more than 5060?
4. Calculate the difference between 3212 and 2046.
Word Problems:
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Week 2
Knowledge Quiz
Solve the following additions and subtraction using column method:
4587 + 648 =
9732 + 398 =
6732 – 1387 =
5398 – 2437 =
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New Learning:
Short division and multiplication method.
Have a look at the exemplars and solve the worksheets.
Example of short multiplication:
Example of short division:
I have used the inverse to check my answer!
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Session 1: Solve the following multiplication using column method.
Challenge: Are these multiplications correct?
Draw a tick if they are correct, and a X if the are not.
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Session 2:
Solve the equations:
129 &divide; 3 =
__ = 756 &divide; 7
470 &divide; 5 =
248 &divide; 4 =
594 &divide; 6 =
276 &divide; 4 =
Challenge:
1. There are 420 pupils in 12 classes in Smithdown Primary School. On average, how many
pupils are in each class.
2. A local football club’s full attendance equals 192 people. If there are 12 rows of seats in the
stadium, how many people sat in each row?
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Session 3:
Solve the word problem.
1. In a season, the ice hockey team predicts they will score 65 goas. In fact, they score three
times as many. How many did they score?
2. A poncho is a ‘must have’ for visiting Niagara Falls. The souvenir shop sells them for &pound;4. In
a year, they sell 678. How much money do they make?
3. Gareth has a mass of 132 lbs. He discovers that a male grizzly bear has a mass approximately
six times greater than him. What is the mass of the grizzly bear?
4. Marmots hibernate for approximately 120 days each year. How long do they hibernate for in
seven years?
Challenge:
1. Chiara has 5 boxes. Each box has 3 books. Each book has 10 pages. How many pages are
there altogether?
2. Lin has 3 drawers. In each drawer, Lin has 12 boxes. In each box, there are 15 t-shirts. How
many t-shirts does Lin have all together?
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Week 3
Knowledge Quiz:
Solve the following operations:
8793 + 1932 =
8352 – 4471 =
439 x 7 =
324 &divide; 6 =
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New learning:
Find and order equivalent fractions
Look at the examples and complete the worksheets.
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Session 1:
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Session 2:
Workout these equivalent fractions.
Example:
Challenge:
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Session 3: Find the fraction of a number
Example:
Procedure
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3
2.
8
9
𝑜𝑜𝑜𝑜 81 =
11
𝑜𝑜𝑜𝑜 77 =
3.
2
𝑜𝑜𝑜𝑜 63 =
4.
2
𝑜𝑜𝑜𝑜 240 =
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Application
Hint: There are 60 minutes in 1 hour.
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Week 4:
Knowledge Quiz:
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Session 1:
Write the following as a decimal and as a fraction:
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
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Session 2:
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Session 3:
Rewrite the following fractions as decimals. Use the place value chart below to help you.
Application
1. Anna ate 3 whole oranges and then 4/10 more of another. How much did she have as a decimal?
2. Jayden walked 2 whole kilometres and then a further 6/10 of a kilometre. How far did Jayden
walk in total?
3. Lee measured a piece of rope and it was 2 whole metres and 9/10 of a metre long. What is this
length written as a decimal?
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Week 5:
Multiplying and dividing numbers by 10, 100, 1000.
Knowledge Quiz
868 x 4 =
327
&divide;3=
653 x 9 =
497 &divide; 7 =
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Session 1:
Have a look at the examples and then solve the equations.
1) 56 x 100 =
2) 67 x 10 =
3) 128 x 100 =
4) 328 x 1000 =
5) 329 x 100 =
6) 67 x 1000 =
7) 5.8 x 10 =
8) 43.9 x 10 =
9) 3.9 x 100 =
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Session 2:
Have a look at the examples, then solve the operations.
1) 6543 &divide; 10 =
2) 8031 &divide; 10 =
3) 1204 &divide; 10 =
4) 362.1 &divide; 10 =
5) 4562 &divide; 100 =
6) 3076 &divide; 100 =
7) 503 &divide; 100 =
8) 8263 &divide; 1000 =
9) 97.7 &divide; 100 =
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Session 3:
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Challenge Yourself!
Question 1:
Question 2:
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Question 3:
Question 4:
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Question 5:
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Week 1:
Session 1
Solve the additions by using column method.
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Session 2 – Subtracting using column method.
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Session 3:
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Week 2
Session 1:
Challenge:
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Session 2:
129 &divide; 3 = 43
108 = 756 &divide; 7
Challenge:
1. 420 &divide;12 = 35
2. 192 &divide; 12 =16
Session 3:
1.
2.
3.
4.
65 x 3 =195
678 x 4 = &pound;2712
132 x 6 = 792lbs.
120 x 7 = 840 days
Challenge:
1. 5x3= 15
15x10= 150
2. 3x12 = 36 36x15 = 540
470 &divide; 5 = 94
248 &divide; 4 = 62
594 &divide; 6 = 99
276 &divide; 4 = 69
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Week 3
Session 1
Session 2:
Challenge: Sam is incorrect.
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Session 3:
Procedure
1.
2.
3
9
8
𝑜𝑜𝑜𝑜 81 = 27
11
𝑜𝑜𝑜𝑜 77 = 56
3.
2
𝑜𝑜𝑜𝑜 63 = 18
4.
2
𝑜𝑜𝑜𝑜 240 = 160
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Application
1. 155
2. 300
3. 5 min
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Week 4
Session 1:
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1b. 0.7
2a. 0.3
2b. 0.6
3a. 0.55
3b. 0.91
4a. 0.47
4b. 0.88
5a. 0.1
5b. 0.96
6a. 0.82
6b. 0.11
Application
1.Anna ate 3 whole oranges and then 4/10 more of another. How much did she have as
a decimal?
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2. Jayden walked 2 whole kilometres and then a further 6/10 of a kilometre. How far
did Jayden walk in total?
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3. Lee measured a piece of rope and it was 2 whole metres and 9/10 of a metre long.
What is this length written as a decimal?
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Week 5
Session 1
1) 56 x 100 = 5600
2) 67 x 10 = 670
3) 128 x 100 = 12800
4) 328 x 1000 = 328000
5) 329 x 100 = 32900
6) 67 x 1000 = 67000
7) 5.8 x 10 = 58
8) 43.9 x 10 = 439
9) 3.9 x 100 = 390
Session 2
1) 6543 &divide; 10 =654.3
2) 8031 &divide; 10 = 803.1
3) 1204 &divide; 10 = 120.4
4) 362.1 &divide; 10 = 36.21
5) 4562 &divide; 100 = 45.62
6) 3076 &divide; 100 = 30.76
7) 503 &divide; 100 = 5.03
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