# Year 5 – Key Skills 25.9.2020

Key Skills – Friday 25th September

Due in: Wednesday 30th September

Dojos will be awarded for completed Key Skills.

1. Read at least 3 times this week and record it in your diary.

2. Practice your times tables using ‘Hit the Button’, or ‘Times Table Rock Stars’. Try to visit the Garage at least 10 times.

3. Practice your spellings from the list below. We expect you to learn all of the spellings from the All column. If you would like to challenge yourself, try learning the spellings from the Most column in addition.

 All Most soften listen glisten castle bustle hustle whistle wrestle nestle fasten

We have been learning about relative clauses. A relative clause starts with a relative pronoun (who, which, when, where, that) and it gives us more information about the main subject of a sentence. The relative clause is underlined in the sentence below:

E.g. Mrs. Phelps, who was Einstein class teacher, wrote the date on the board.

Highlight the relative clause in the following sentences:

Mrs. Smith, who owned a black dog, went for a walk in the park.

The blue car, which was old and battered, broke down on the motorway.

Brazil, where the Amazon river flows, is a hot country.

In year 3, when I was 8, I learned about the Romans.

Challenge! Write some of your own sentences with relative clauses.

This week in our maths starters we have been reminding ourselves how to multiply and divide by 10 and 100. Here are some questions to help you practice and consolidate this learning.

Select Task A OR , for more of a challenge, Task B.

1. 12 x 100 =
2. 305 x 10 =
3. 28 x 100 =
4. 1,289 x 10 =
5. 3,278 x 10 =
6. 2,788 x 10 =
7. 320 ÷ 10 =
8. 140 ÷ 10 =
9. 1300 ÷ 10 =
10. 6200 ÷ 100 =
11. 1800 ÷ 10 =
12. 6230 ÷ 10 =

Correct the calculations which are incorrect:

34 x 10 =340

0.6 x 10 =60

5.7 x 10 = 57

0.003 x 10 = 0.3

8900 x 10 = 890

902 x 10 = 9,200

8.03 x 10 = 80.3