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Maths Learning

03/07/20    

Times tables

Learning Task 1

  • Times Table Rockstars: Spend some time practising your times tables on Times Table Rockstars. Use the log in inside your Yellow Log.
  • Please email mrsreesandthomas@abbotshall.suffolk.sch.uk if you have any problems or if you have lost your log in and we will get back to you with it as soon as we can.

 

Learning Task 2

  • You have 2 minutes to complete your times table test! Ask someone to time you. Use the colour that you are working on at the moment in school. Check your answers using the answer sheet in your learning pack.
  • If you have run out of any of these resources, please use Times Table Rockstars, have a go at the games that we have assigned you all on Maths Shed https://play.edshed.com/login
  • Hit the Button is great because it includes division questions too (just like your times table test) https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
  • Remember, the times tables you learnt in Year 2 (and should still be practising) are your 2s, 5s and 10s.
  • The main times tables to learn in Year 3 are 3s, 4s and 8s.

 

Challenge:

Fill in this multiplication wheel for the 4 times table.

You may need to use the inverse.

The ANSWERS will go up lat this afternoonJ

 

 

 

 

Picture 1

02/07/20

Recognising and Describing 3D shapes.

 

Starter:

Starter.mp4

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Main Activity:

Main.mp4

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  • Read the questions all about the features of 3D shapes and have a go at answering them.
  • Remember the start document can help you to remember names of 3D shapes if you get a little stuck.
  • Answers will be put on tomorrow.

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Challenge:

  • Can you answer these slightly more challenging 3D shape questions?
  • Answers will go up tomorrow.

Wednesday 1st July 2020

  • Today in maths we are going to be exploring 2D shapes and learning some new vocabulary linked to it. 

Discussion questions

How many angles does a _______ have?

What types of angles does a _________ have?

How many lines of symmetry does a _______ have?

What kind of lines of symmetry does a ______ have? (vertical/horizontal)

What types of lines can you spot in a ________? (perpendicular/parallel)

 

 

  • Have a watch of the video below to learn more. 

 

 

  • Your learning task is attached below with questions exploring looking for horizontal and vertical lines.
  • For mild – complete questions 1-6
  • For spicy – complete all questions
  • For hot – complete all questions and there is a challenge question below for you to have a go at. 

Challenge

 

Tuesday 30th June 2020

 

  • Today in maths we are going to be exploring parallel and perpendicular.

 

Discussion questions

 

  • Where might you see sets of parallel lines in the environment?
  • Can you see sets of parallel and perpendicular lines around your home?
  • Which shapes have only parallel lines? Which shapes have perpendicular lines?
  • Which shapes have both parallel and perpendicular lines?

 

 

  • Have a watch of the video below to learn more. 

 

 

 

  • Your learning task is attached below with questions exploring looking for horizontal and vertical lines.
  • For mild – complete questions 1-6
  • For spicy – complete all questions
  • For hot – complete all questions and there is a challenge question below for you to have a go at. 

Challenge

Monday 29th June 2020

 

  • Today in maths we are going to be exploring horizontal and vertical.

 

Discussion questions

 

  • What can you use to help you remember what a horizontal line looks like? (The horizon)
  • Can you see horizontal and vertical lines around your home or in the picture?

 

 

What do we call a line that is not horizontal or vertical?

Which shapes/symbols/letters have a horizontal/vertical line of symmetry? Which have both?

Can you draw your own shape that has a horizontal and vertical line of symmetry?

 

 

  • Have a watch of the video below to learn more. 

 

 

 

  • Your learning task is attached below with questions exploring looking for horizontal and vertical lines.
  • For mild – complete questions 1-5
  • For spicy – complete all questions
  • For hot – complete all questions and there is a challenge question below for you to have a go at. 

 

Challenge

 

 

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