Week beginning 1st June (2D Shapes)
To revise shapes (Friday 5th June)
In this lesson, we will be revising all of the new learning from this week. This will include describing 2D and 3D shapes, lines of symmetry and all of the new vocabulary we have encountered.
Week beginning 18th May (Angles and lines)
To identify perpendicular lines (Monday 18th May)
In this lesson, we will be building on our work on angles (in particular right angles) to identify perpendicular lines. We will look at these individually and within 2D shapes, as well as having a chance to find these yourselves.
To draw perpendicular lines (Tuesday 19th May)
In this lesson, we will be looking in detail at horizontal and vertical lines and how these relate to perpendicular pairs of lines. We will then identify where we find these in the real-world and begin to draw them.
Week beginning 11th May (Angles)
To recognise obtuse and acute angles (Thursday 14th May)
In this lesson, we will be building on our angle knowledge by introducing the terms acute and obtuse for those angles which are smaller (acute) and greater (obtuse) than right-angles. We will have time to look at these angles separately and within different shapes.
To revise angles (Friday 15th May)
In this lesson, we will be revisiting our angles learning from this week. We will revise what is meant by right, acute and obtuse angles. We will then have an opportunity to identify these angles and draw them.
Week beginning 4th May (Equivalent Fractions)
Fractions: Revising fractions (Fri 8th May)
In this lesson, we will be revising everything you have learnt about fractions over the last 3 weeks of lessons. Looking at fractions as equal parts of a whole, how these can be represented in different ways, as well as unit and non-unit fractions, adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator and equivalent fractions.
Week Beginning 27th April (Fractions of an amount)
Finding non-unit fractions of quantities (28th April)
In this lesson, we will revisit what a non-unit fraction is. We will then use a ‘bar modelling’ strategy to help us calculate non-unit fractions of amounts. Finally, we will then work backwards by applying this knowledge to use the value of the parts to help us calculate the total value of the quantity (whole).
Consolidating finding non-unit fractions of quantities (29th April)
In this lesson, we will consolidate the learning from Lesson 4 and Lesson 7. We will be using our multiplication and division facts to become more confident with finding non-unit fractions of amounts. Today, we will only use the ‘bar modelling’ strategy to represent our procedure.
Comparing fractions with the same denominator (30th April)
In this lesson, we will start to use pictorial representations to help identify and compare the size of fractions with the same denominator. We will then apply this learning to think more abstractly about what procedure is used to compare fractions with the same denominator.
Compare and order unit fractions (1st May)
In this lesson, we will explore the size of different unit fractions. We will compare and order these fractions, focusing on their denominators before we apply this knowledge to compare unit fractions of the same quantity.