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THERE ARE LOTS OF OPPORTUNITIES TO PAUSE AND HAVE A GO AT QUESTIONS DURING THE VIDEO! You should be doing these in all videos and therefore should not be finishing in under 30 minutes!


Monday 22.6.2020


L.O. To calculate the perimeter.

Resources (including
exercise book being used)

Maths book, pencil, green pen and ruler.


Write your date and LO in your Maths book, then complete the Introductory 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, scroll up to the top of the page then click ‘Next Activity’.


Watch the video, pause to record what you think the definiution of perimeter is and how you can find the perimeter of the given shapes.  Then make a note of the definition given (or edit the one you have given for clarity).

Recap and make a note of the definition for polygons too.


Please complete all of the questions you are asked to complete during the video.  There should be workings out and/or explanations in your books.


Develop learning

Pause the video and see how many polygons with a perimeter of 12cm you can find.  (You can write a scale in your book to say that each side of the square is 1cm).


Perimeter of Polygons

Have a go at calculating the perimeters

Miss Buckmire makes a mistake on one of her answers – can you spot which one?


Have a Go

These questions are a bit trickier – but you should still manage fine. If you get stuck, have a go first, then watch the video for the explanation.

REMEMBER: diagrams are not always to scale.



Spend 5-10 minutes having a go at the challenge.



Have a go at the questions and the Extension – if you have time.


Then, click ‘Next Activity’ to view ‘Start Quiz’. Complete the ‘Exit quiz’ and record your score (out of 5). 


Further challenge: Make sure you complete the Extension set on the worksheet.


Remember to send your English and Maths score to your class teacher when you send your ‘Good Morning’ message on I Am Learning on Tuesday.