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Maths - 5 Activities

This arithmetic quiz introduces adding decimal numbers. Students need to make sure that they are lining up their place value.

 

The quiz should take about 30 minutes. After they complete it, they should check their answers and correct any mistakes. Questions that were difficult should be practised with different numbers

Activity 2: Decimals as Fractions (1)

In this activity, you will learn how to represent decimals as fractions.
Start by watching the video. Then continue to work on the activity. The answers are included to check your work. If you get it wrong, you should figure out why you got the answer incorrect.
If the sheet cannot be printed off, then it should be completed in the workbook sent home or or paper. Questions should be clearly labelled and presentation should be neat.

Activity 3: Decimals as Fractions (2)

This activity continues on the learning from the previous one.
Start by watching the video. Then continue to work on the activity. The answers are included to check your work. If you get it wrong, you should figure out why you got the answer incorrect.
If the sheet cannot be printed off, then it should be completed in the workbook sent home or or paper. Questions should be clearly labelled and presentation should be neat.

Activity 4: Rounding Decimals

In this activity, you will be using your knowledge of decimals on a number line to round decimals to the nearest tenth and to the nearest whole number.
Start by watching the video. Then continue to work on the activity. The answers are included to check your work. If you get it wrong, you should figure out why you got the answer incorrect.
If the sheet cannot be printed off, then it should be completed in the workbook sent home or or paper. Questions should be clearly labelled and presentation should be neat.

These problems are challenging and require a lot of thinking. It is not expected that all children be able to solve all of these questions.

 

If they are too challenging for your child's current understanding in maths, there are other maths skills that can be practised. They can practise different questions from their arithmetic quiz; practise skills or concepts they found challenging during the week; practise their multiplication facts on TT Rockstars.

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