5th Class Learning Support – Maths

Ms Drummey’s 5th Class Maths 
 

Dear Parents/Guardians, 

Please find enclosed work for the next two weeks 20/04/20 – 01/05/20. You can choose to complete a few topics/activities a day. Please do not feel under pressure to complete all activities as I know households can be extremely busy. 

Kind Regards, 

Ms Drummey 

 

To be completed daily: 
 

Daily Mental Maths: 

 

Tables Champion  

 

Week 1: 20/04/20-24/04/20 

Complete the Following: 

  1. 1. Brainteasers 4 pgs 22-23 

You will need to access the following website and follow the steps below to complete the above activity 
 
  1. Click parent/ student resources  
  2. Click student resources 
  3. Click on Primary 
  4. Click on 4th Class 
  5. Click on Maths 
  6. Click on Brainteasers 4 
  7. Open ebook on pgs 22 and 23 
  1. 2. Finding Fractions of a number:  

Remember the rule- divide by the bottom and multiply by the top 

 

Click on the following links and complete in a copy or on a page 

 

  1. 3. Adding fractions with a common denominator 

 

In these worksheets the child has to add together two fractions which share a common denominator. 
 

Click on the following links and complete in a copy or on a page 

 

  1. 4. Subtracting fractions with a common denominator 

In these worksheets the child has to subtract one fraction from another with both sharing a common denominator. 
 
Click on the following links and complete in a copy or on a page 

 
 Complete the following: 
  1. 1. Brainteasers 4 pgs 24 and 25 

  2.  

You will need to access the following website and follow the steps below to complete the above activity 

  1. simply log into www.cjfallon.ie  
  2. click parent/ student resources  
  3. Click student resources 
  4. Click on Primary 
  5. Click on 4th Class 
  6. Click on Maths 
  7. Click on Brainteasers 4 
  8. Open ebook on pgs 24 and 25 

 

Thursday: 

 

  1. 4. Ordering decimals 

  2.  

These ordering decimals worksheets have lists of numbers given with decimal places which children need to write out in ascending order of size – i.e. from smallest to largest. 
 
All the questions in the worksheets below have numbers given to 1 decimal place. 
 
7.1   8.9   6.4   7.3   6.8  =   6.4   6.8   7.1   7.3   8.9 

 

Friday: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ms. Drummey

20th April – 1st May

Ms Drummey can be contacted during school hours by emailing adrummey@scoillorcain.com