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Rossington St Michael’s C of E Primary School

Learning to be the best that we can be with the love of God

Monday 20th April 2020

Hello Upper Key Stage 2,

We hope you all had a lovely Easter!

For daily challenges and work from now on please see your class teacher's class dojo message and refer to your own class pages. For now, there will be no more daily challenges put up here. You can send your work through to the enquiries@smp.dsat.education email address or to make it quicker and easier for your class teacher to see it, send through Class Dojo.

We've loved everyone's responses to the challenges, well done for staying focused.

Friday 3rd April 2020

Thursday 2nd April 2020

Wednesday 1st April 2020

Tuesday 31st March 2020

Monday 30th March - Challenge 6

Friday 27th March - Challenge 5

 

Thursday 26th March - Challenge 4

Wednesday 25th March - Challenge 3

Tuesday 24th March - Challenge 2

 Mrs McClellan is buying some presents for the other teachers at school. She paid £21 for five presents. 

Use the clues to work out the costs for each present.

For A and B she paid a total of £6.

For B and C she paid a total of £10.

For C and D she paid a total of £7.

For D and E she paid a total of £9

Helpful hint - trial and error will help you.

 

Extra Hint! Added Tuesday lunch time - try making lists of all the pairs of numbers that make 6, 10, 7, 9 and look for common numbers between each one.

Monday 23rd March - Challenge 1

 

Joins

Join any four numbers and find their total (add them together). Joins can go up, down or sideways but NOT diagonally.

8                  15                        6                        9

 

14               13                       18                     20

 

18               17                       2                        5

 

3                  15                       19                     6  

Can you find the highest possible score?

Can you find the lowest possible score?

 

Now try joining 5 numbers, only using diagonal joins.

Use the guestbook to submit your answers.

 

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Luke(less than a year ago)

Today's challenge Add all twenty numbers together and divide by 6 your number your looking for is 35

Luke(less than a year ago)

Today's challenge If you add all twenty numbers together divide by 6 the number your looking for is 35

Ella(less than a year ago)

The answer is 35

Max 6M(less than a year ago)

After a lot of trial and error the answer to todays challenge (1/4/20) is 35.

Mr Poole(less than a year ago)

Keep up the great work Year 5 and 6. Email us your solutions and we will post them for you on the webpage.

Luke(less than a year ago)

Tuesday challenge 0+9=9 9x7=63 63/3=21 21x5=105 105-5=100 Highest score 0+9=9 9x7=63 63-6=57 57x7=399 399-8=391 Lowest score 0+6=6 6x7=42 42/3=14 14x3=42 42-8=34 Challenge 0+6=6 6x7=42 42-6=36 36x3=108 108-8=100

Nathan Chase(less than a year ago)

the path is right down down right down right

max 6p(less than a year ago)

the number is 3456 3456=3000 3465=3000 4365=4000 6534=7000

Georgia(less than a year ago)

Georgia has done her maths for today!

Annaliese (5M).(less than a year ago)

a) 30, 45, 62, 71, 98. b) 7, 42, 63, 98, 105. c) 2, 54, 67, 83, 109.

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