This week in maths we have been learning about angles. We have used our knowledge on different types of angles to measure missing angles using a protractor. Today, we have used Sphero to code different shapes containing different angles.
Did you know an equilateral triangle has 60 degree angles and all angles add up to 180 degrees within a triangle.
Today in class, we have be learning about the perimeter of a shape. We used a ruler to measure the length of the sides, as we know that in order to find the perimeter we need to add all of the sides together. This is an example of our learning that we did today:
Can you think of any objects in the classroom that we can find the perimeter of?
Today in maths as a class we were comparing different measurements such as centimetres and feet. Some of the class participated in an activity that consisted of them taking each others measurements in centimetres, converting it into feet and recording the information in a table. Once the information was gathered they drew their own line graph and plotted each point on accurately.
This week, in maths, we have been learning the bus stop method. This is a method that you can use while you are dividing. We have all been doing really well. Can you explain how to use the bus stop … Continue reading →
This week, we have started to look at column subtraction. When doing column subtraction it is important to always start subtracting with the number on the right hand side. Why do you think you have to do this?