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Maths Lesson

Maths

Tuesday

LO

LO: To draw rectangles

Resources

Pencil, ruler, green pen, Maths book

Vocab= In school, we would refer to ‘breadth’ as width.

Instructions

First, complete the knowledge quiz. This is to show what you already know so don’t worry if you find some questions tricky. Record your score in your Maths 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. We are not using the worksheets referred to. They look exactly the same as the activities you see on the video and slides so don’t worry about not having them.

Warm up- You can use the squares in your Maths book to try this out imagining that the dots are the corner of each square.
Complete all work (including warm ups) in your Maths book under your Date and LO, not on a sheet of paper. You can reply to the teacher out loud just like a real lesson! When it says ‘Your turn’ write your answer in your book then mark in green pen when the teacher tells you the answer (you can pause the video if you need more time).

 

Task 1 - Listen to the explanation and then pause the video. Then, scroll up to the top of the page and click ‘Next Activity’. You can then see a larger version of the independent task.  Complete the task in your Maths book using the squared paper to help draw the rectangles (1 square=1 unit). Then, resume the video (by scrolling to the top of the page to find the icon) and mark your work in green pen. Continue watching the instructions.

 

Main Activity- Pause and close the video. Open the slides which show the larger images of the independent tasks. Click until you reach ‘Main Task’ there are 2 different rectangles to draw and complete. Then, there is also a Challenge Activity for you to try or you can watch the teacher talk through this activity. This is hard to mark as you will have lots of different answers! But, you can check your work by counting the squares around your rectangle to check the perimeter is correct.

Then, click ‘Next Activity’ to view ‘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 tomorrow.

Link

https://www.thenational.academy/year-4/maths/area-and-perimeter-year-4-wk1-2/

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