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Monday

 

        1. 10 minutes of arithmetic skills – you choose silver or gold

        2. Objective: To find the value of missing angles

        Use this teaching link:

https://www.thenational.academy/year-6/maths/find-the-value-of-missing-angles-year-6-wk3-1

And/ or  Log in to my maths and learn this skill by selecting lesson - Angles 4 lesson.

3. Now complete the homework for Angles 4.

4. Extension question: Prove/disprove: two acute angles added together will never be larger than a right angle.

 

Tuesday

    1. 10 minutes of arithmetic skills – you choose silver or gold.

    2. Complete and mark arithmetic paper 10a

    3. Objective: To compare and classify triangles

Use this teaching link:

https://www.thenational.academy/year-6/maths/compare-and-classify-triangles-year-6-wk3-2

And/or Log in to my maths and learn this skill by selecting lesson –  Properties of triangles lesson.

4. Now complete the homework for properties of triangles.

    5. Extension question: Prove/disprove: A triangle will always have two acute angles.

 

 

Wednesday​​​​​​

1. 10 minutes of arithmetic skills – you choose silver or gold.

2. Objective: To compare and classify quadrilaterals

Use this teaching link:

https://www.thenational.academy/year-6/maths/compare-and-classify-quadrilaterals-year-6-wk3-3

And/or Log in to my maths and learn this skill by selecting lesson - Lines and quadrilaterals.

3. Now complete the homework for lines and quadrilaterals.

4. Extension question: Prove/disprove: If a quadrilateral has two right angles, it will also have one set of parallel lines.

Thursday

1. 10 minutes of arithmetic skills – you choose silver or gold.

2. Complete and mark arithmetic paper 10b.

3. Objective: To find unknown angles in triangles

Use this teaching link:

https://www.thenational.academy/year-6/maths/find-unknown-angles-in-triangles-year-6-wk3-4

And/or Log in to my maths and learn this skill by selecting – Angle sums.

4. Now complete the homework for angle sums.

5. Extension task: My maths angle reasoning

Friday

              1. 10 minutes of arithmetic skills – you choose silver or gold.

         2. Objective: To calculate unknown angles in quadrilaterals

Use this teaching link:

https://www.thenational.academy/year-6/maths/calculate-unknown-angles-in-quadrilaterals-year-6-wk3-5

3. Use 'Friday Worksheet' to practice

        4. Extension task: Prove/disprove: If you only know two of the angles in a              quadrilateral, it is impossible to calculate the missing angles.

         5. Weekly reward games: Custard fight; angler reward game, 2D what am I?, pentominoes – all on my maths.

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