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Maths Lesson

Maths- Do not complete the quiz at the end of the lesson. Instead, there is an activity on I Am Learning for you to complete so your teacher can see how you got on with perimeter. 

Maths  

Friday 

LO

LO: To calculate perimeter of composite shapes

Resources

(including  exercise book being used) Pencil, ruler, green pen, Maths book

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.
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).

 

Main Activity- Listen to the instructions then pause and close the video. Open the slides which show the larger images of the independent tasks. Click until you reach ‘Main Task’ and can see the 6 composite shapes. Complete at least questions 1-3. Draw a copy of the shape into your book so that you can mark on the measurements of any missing sides.
There is also a Challenge Activity for you to try or you can watch the teacher talk through this activity. 

Then, resume the video to mark your answers in green pen.

Do not complete the quiz!

Instead, log onto I Am Learning and complete the ‘Perimeter’ task. This will help your teacher to see how well you have understood this work on perimeter.

Link

https://www.thenational.academy/year-4/maths/area-and-perimeter-year-4-wk1-5/

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