Someone has stolen the numbers 1, 4, 6, 7 and 8 leaving only 2, 3, 5, 9 and 10!
How many of the numbers between 1 and 100 can you make? You can use any of the operations and can use more than one operation in a calculation, but you can only use the 5 numbers you have been given. You must show your workings out and can only use each number once per calculation. You may find it helpful to make a grid, like the one below, and colour them in/tick them off as you make them. Remember, you only need to spend 30 minutes on this piece of homework and you may not be able to find them all.
Your numbers: 2 3 5 9 10
Example: 3 x 5 = 15
Year 6 Handbook
To help next year’s year 6s we are going to write them a handy guide to year 6. What sort of things might they need to know? You are going to do your planning for homework and we will then be using this in class on Tuesday next week (so it would be ideal if you could have done your homework by then!)
Your first job is to brainstorm ideas. Before you came into year 6, what did you want to know? What questions did you want to ask? What have you found out since that you wish you’d known at the start? Write down as many categories/headings as you can think of that you are going to write about. We have got you started below:
Now you need to start planning what you are going to say in each section. Each one only needs to be quite short – probably just one paragraph. Jot down some ideas which you need to give to future year 6s about each of your categories. For example, it may include top tips about how to keep the teachers happy (cake is always a good start!), or details about the themes and what future pupils might enjoy if they get to do them too. The more detail you add now, the easier you will find it in class when we come to make them.