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LO: To solve problems based on quadrilaterals and triangles


Pencil, ruler, green pen, Maths book, A4 paper for optional challenge.

Optional- print out worksheets =


First, complete the knowledge quiz and record the score in your exercise book.

Then, ‘Close Quiz’ and scroll up to the top of the page then click ‘Next Activity’.


Watch the video, the teacher will explain when to pause to complete an activity. Remember worksheets can be seen on the ‘Slides’ page.

Remember to mark all work in green pen.


Maths Trick – Learn the trick then try it on someone at home.


To Start (Slide 2) – Number grid- Use the squares in your book to lay out the number grid and try to complete the blank gaps. Mark your answers when you have finished (Slide 3)


Shape Properties (slide 4 and 5) Look at the example then follow the instructions to complete the table. You can choose to lay this task out differently as it may be hard to fit all the information inside a table.

Quadrilateral Investigation (slide 6 and 7) This task is optional. If you can, either print out or take a screenshot of the circles so that you can draw straight onto the shapes.

Triangle Investigation (Slide 8 and 9) You should be able to complete this task in your book by drawing dots onto the corners of each square.

Challenge: Optional- Follow the instructions on Slide 10.


When you have completed this task stop the video and click ‘Next Activity’ and take the exit quiz by pressing ‘Start Quiz’. Complete the quiz and record your score in your Maths book and send your English and Maths score to your class teacher when you send your ‘Good Morning’ message on I Am Learning next Monday.