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Numeracy

10 in 10: Complete the 10 questions in 10 minutes.

 

60 + 30 =                                             24 – 6 =

70 – 2 =                                               36 + 20 =

7 + 4 + 3 =                                          8 + 7 + 2 =

96 – 40 =                                             80 ÷ __ = 8

30 + __ = 100                                      18 + 18 =

 

Times Tables Rockstars: Log into TTR* here and complete the session set.

 

Numeracy

Learning objective: I can sort 2D shapes based on their properties.

I have put some words in bold and I would like you to think about what they mean.

 

Sort ____________________________________________________________________

2D shapes _______________________________________________________________

Properties _______________________________________________________________

 

Sort means to arrange into groups.

2D shapes are completely flat, they have sides and vertices. An example of a 2D shape is a triangle.

Properties are the characteristics of an object, the features they have.

 

In focus: Look at the image below. How could you sort the shapes? Discuss this with somebody at home.

 

 

Let’s learn: Let’s look at the in focus together. There are lots of different ways that we could consider sorting the shapes. We know lots of properties that different shapes have, such as the number of sides, number of vertices and whether they have any lines of symmetry and these properties can help us to create groups for the shapes. Looking at the image below, we can see that Amira has sorted the shapes by the number of sides they have. Now that the shapes have been sorted, we can see that the rectangles and squares share a property of having 4 sides.

 

 

Look at the image below. How have the shapes been sorted?

 

Challenge: What property do these shapes share?

 

The workbook and answers are attached below.
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