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Summer Term 2

Friday is Family Maths Challenge Day on White Rose Maths.

Challenges 1-5 are the most suitable for Year 5

Challenges 1-6 are the most suitable for Year 6

But how far can you go? Get your family involved and see how many challenges you can complete!

Friday is Family Maths Challenge Day on White Rose Maths.

Challenges 1-5 are the most suitable for Year 5

Challenges 1-6 are the most suitable for Year 6

But how far can you go? Get your family involved and see how many challenges you can complete!

Friday is Family Maths Challenge Day on White Rose Maths.

Challenges 1-5 are the most suitable for Year 5

Challenges 1-6 are the most suitable for Year 6

But how far can you go? Get your family involved and see how many challenges you can complete!

Week 2 - Well Being Week

Friday is Family Maths Challenge Day on White Rose Maths.

Challenges 1-5 are the most suitable for Year 5

Challenges 1-6 are the most suitable for Year 6

But how far can you go? Get your family involved and see how many challenges you can complete!

Summer Term 1

Friday is Family Maths Challenge Day on White Rose Maths.

Challenges 1-5 are the most suitable for Year 5

Challenges 1-6 are the most suitable for Year 6

But how far can you go? Get your family involved and see how many challenges you can complete!

Friday is Family Maths Challenge Day on White Rose Maths.

Challenges 1-5 are the most suitable for Year 5

Challenges 1-6 are the most suitable for Year 6

But how far can you go? Get your family involved and see how many challenges you can complete!

Friday Family Maths Challenge - optional

Friday 8th May 2020 - VE Day Bank Holiday

Enjoy your day.

Tutorial video - Friday, Year 6

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There is a PDF version of this task on Seesaw if you want to work directly onto the sheet.  You do not have to do this.  You can print it out or write it in your green book if you wish.

Week 3 - Friday Challenge

Year 5 - Questions 1-5

Year 6 - Questions 1-6

Or, do as many as you can!

Problem of the Day - Question 3 solution

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