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Maths

30-06-20

LO

L.O. To identify parallel lines and lines of symmetry.  

Resources

Pencil, ruler, green pen, Maths book.

Terminology

Parallel lines – lines that are always the same distance apart and will never meet.

Symmetry – when a shape is folded, it looks the same on both sides.

Instructions

First, click start lesson and then start quiz. Complete the knowledge quiz and record your score in your Maths book. Then, click ‘Next Activity’.

 

Watch the video where the teacher will discuss parallel lines and lines of symmetry. The teacher will explain when to pause the video so you can complete an activity. Remember to mark answers in green pen and complete any corrections.

 

Main Activity (Independent task) – complete the independent tasks in your Maths book. To view the tasks on a larger screen, pause and close the video, click next activity and scroll through the slides.

Task 1 – write bullet points for each shape e.g. 2 sets of perpendicular lines. You can draw the shapes if you would like to.

Task 2 – Draw the table and sort the shapes. Draw shapes carefully and use a ruler.

 

After completing the independent tasks, resume watching the video and mark your answers in green pen.

 

Click ‘Next Activity’ and complete the final quiz. Record your score in your Maths book.

 

Link

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-identify-describe-and-classify-shapes-based-on-the-properties-6537fa

 

Further challenge:

If you feel confident with the learning in today’s lesson, you may wish to look at the Year 6 lesson linked to this topic. It is important that you first complete the Year 5 lesson above before completing this challenge.
If you complete this, put a subheading under your Y5 Oak work of ‘Y6 Challenge’. You do not need to write a separate date and LO.
To access this, click on the link below.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/find-the-value-of-missing-angles

Monday's further challenge answers

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