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.
Word problems using length and mass. All quite straightforward using addition and multiplication.
It's time to go outside and measure strides and standing long jumps!
Estimate and measure various household objects using a centimetre ruler or tape measure.
Lots of cubes and matchsticks for this tricky little probem.
Find the best unit of measurement to use.
Draw lines of symmetry and complete symmetrical patterns. Quite hard for young children and a mirror is useful!
Find things which can be measured using each of the units shown.
Read numbered divisions on a scale and interpret the divisions beween them.
Reading scales on a measuring cylinder.
More on reading scales using litres.
More cylinders with scales: going up in fives.
Heavier or lighter than a kilo
Weighing scales can often look similar to a clock face, making them tricky to read accurately.
Introducing the terms clockwise and anticlockwise for showing turns.