Can you draw and colour the missing shapes in these patterns?
More patterns, but there may be more than one possible pattern on some.
Use a geoboard to find as many 5 sided shapes as possible.
Find right angles in the world about us.
Recognise right angles in shapes.
Recognise and draw right angles and various 2D shapes. A ruler is necessary.
Recognising the properties of triangles, rectangles, pentagons and hexagons.
Recognising and sorting 5 and 6 sided shapes.
How many different shapes can be made from joining 4 squares?
How many different shapes can be made from 5 cubes?
Recognise and identify common 2-D shapes on the surface of 3-D shapes.
Draw lines of symmetry and complete symmetrical patterns. Quite hard for young children and a mirror is useful!
Introducing the terms clockwise and anticlockwise for showing turns.
More on turning clockwise and anticlockwise, including three-quarter turns.
Give directions and answer questions using the Mathstown plan.