# Year 5 Outdoor Maths

This week we have been learning about measuring and conversion different unit of measurements. We used the outdoor maths area to bring our learning to life. Watch our video below showcasing our learning today.

1. Which teacher drinks the most water?
2. Who has the most pocket money?
3. Who will bake the biggest cake?
4. What was the measurement for the furthest jump?

Challenge:
What was the difference between the smallest and furthest jump?
What was the difference between the weight of the lightest bag of flour and the heaviest bag of flour?
How much more do the teachers need to drink to make sure they’re drinking 1L?

#### 15 responses to “Year 5 Outdoor Maths”

1. Marcel M.

1) The B teacher drinks the most water.
2)C teacher has the most pocket money.
3)C teacher will bake the biggest cake.
4)The B teacher jumped the furthest.

The difference between the furthest jump and the shortest jump is 2.24 m.
The difference between the most drank water is 900 ml.
The difference between the most money and least money is 85 p.

2. Aryan M.

What teacher drank the most water ?
1st place-B 1250ml. 2nd place-1010ml. 3rd place-690ml. 4th place-150ml
Who has the most pocket money 💵?
1st place -B £1.15. 2nd place-D-£1. 3rd place – C 70p. 4th place-A 30p
Who will bake the biggest cake 🍰?
1st place-C 600g. 2nd place -D 225g. 3rd place-D 225g. 4th place-A 200g
Who can jump the furthest distance?
1st Place-A 3.5m. 2nd place-C 3.2m 3rd place-D 2.7m. 4th place -B 1.4m

3. Andreea M.

1 teacher D drank the most water (1000)
2 teacher B has the most money (£1.10)
3 teache D can jump the furthers (370)
4 teacher C can make the biggest cake (700)

Challenge

The difference between the smallest and furthest jump is 0. 9m

Teacher D has to drink 850ml
Teacher

4. Rebeca D.

1.The teacher who drinks the most is B with 1250ml.
2.Who has the most pocket is B with £1.15.
3C teacher will bake the biggest cake.
4.The teacher who jumped the furthest was D with 3.70.

5. Yuanxuan H.

1)Teacher B drinks the most water (1240ml) 💧
2)Teacher B has the most money (115p) 💴
3)Teacher C will bake the biggest cake 🍰
4(Teacher A will jump the furthest (measuring string) (3.5)

Challenge
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The difference between the smallest and furthest jump is 0.9m 🤾🏼‍♀️
The difference between the weight of the lightest bag of flour and the heaviest bag of flour is 500g 🍰
Teacher A has to drink 850ml more💦
Teacher B has to drink 0 more because she/he drinks more than 1L💦
Teacher C has to drink 300 more 💦
Teacher D has to drink 0 more because she/he drinks more than 1L💦
The difference between the weight of the lightest bag of flour and the heaviest bag of flour is 500g
Teacher A has to drink

6. Renee R.

1) Which teacher drinks the most waster?
The teacher that drank the most water was teacher B that drank 1240ml in a day.

2) Who has the most pocket money?
The teacher that made the most pocket money was teacher B with £1.15p

3) Who will bake the biggest cake?
The teacher who made the biggest cake was teacher C with 250g.

4) What was the measurement for the furthest Jump?
The teacher with the furthest distance was teacher A with 3.5mm

7. Sophia F.

1)The teacher who drank the most water B with 1250ml.
2)The teacher who jumps the furthest was C with 355ml.
3)The teacher who will Make the biggestcake is C 700
4)The teacher with the most pocket money is B £1.15p

Challenge

1)The difference between the smallest and the furthest jump was 215ml
2)The difference between the lightest and heaveist bag of flour was 5g
3)Teachere A needs to drink 649ml. Teacher B needs to drink No more.Teacher C needs to drink 311ml more. Teacher D needs to drink no more .

8. Pranay K.

1) The teacher C had the most water.(1.24 litres)
2) Person C has the most pocket money.(£1.15)
3) Packet B makes the biggest cake.(650g)
4) Person C can jump the longest.(3.2m)

Challenge
The difference between the highest and lowest jump is 0.55m.
The difference between the heaviest and the lightest bag is 450g.
Teachers need to drink 300 ml more water to have a total of 1 litre of water everyday.

9. Matthew P.

1) B drinks the most water with 1.25 Liters
2) B gets the most pocket money with £1.15
3) C bakes the biggest cake with 600 grams of flower
4) 3.5 meters was the furthest, jumped by A
Challenge
1) 2.1 meters is the difference between longest and shortest
2) 400 grams is the difference between heaviest and lightest
3) C needs to drink 310 ml to ensure she/he drinks 1L
And A needs to drink 850 ml to ensure she/he drinks 1L

10. Hargun K.

1) The most water was C 1000ml.
2) The most pocket money was D £110.
3) The biggest cake was A 255kg.
4) The furthest distance was 200070ml.

11. Levi S.

B drank the most water

C jumped the furthest

12. David H.

1.1250 mm (b)
2.£1.15p (b)
3.250 g (b)
4.370 m (d)

13. Harvey H.

1)The most water was 1240.
2)the most long jump was 3.2m
3)The biggest cake was 603
4)the most money was £1.15