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Mr Hicks

WB 30.3.20

 

This week, I would like you to look at line graphs. You should have seen these in Years 4 and 5 so should be confident with these and be able to develop your understanding. Work through the lessons each day on MyMaths and complete the task with it.

If you find a topic difficult, work through the lesson again the next day and try the task again rather than moving onto the more difficult lessons as they progressively get harder throughout the week.

 

Monday

MyMaths- Line Graphs and two-way tables

 

Tuesday

MyMaths- Line Graphs

 

Wednesday

MyMaths- Distance Time Graphs

 

Thursday

MyMaths- Mean and Mode

 

Friday

Create your own line graph (the data can be real if you can manage that or you can make it up) and write 5 to 10 questions that can be answered from looking at your graph. 

 

Extension

Think about the different times that line graphs can be used. Create a list showing all of the different ways they can be used.

Write explanations about why finding the mean and mode are important.

WB 23.03.2020

 

This week, I want you to revise and develop your knowledge of angles. Most of the sessions this week are for you to complete on MyMaths which you were all given your passwords to again last week. There is also a task for you to complete in the books you were provided on the last day or on paper if you aren't able to use the computer to complete your work. 

 

The tasks on MyMaths require you to work through the lesson and then complete the online homework set. 

 

Monday

MyMaths- Angles 4

 

Tuesday

MyMaths- Measuring Angles

 

Wednesday

MyMaths- Angle Sums

 

Thursday

MyMaths- Angles in Parallel Lines

 

Friday

Angles poster- Take pictures, label or draw angles from around your house. Estimate the size of the angles in question and keep a record of the different types of angles around your home. Are there more acute angles? Obtuse angles? Are there a lot of right angles?

Create a poster to describe which angle types are most commonly used and where.

 

Extension

Shape investigations- Look up some regular shapes- squares, pentagon, hexagon etc.

What are the angles in these shapes? Is there a way to work out the angle needed to create a 60 sided shape?

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