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Properties of 2D and 3D shapes (year 2/3)

Properties of 2D and 3D shapes (year 2/3)

A great resource to consolidate learning of 2D and 3D shapes in year 2 and for LA year 3 pupils.Pupils will be able to apply their knowledge of properties of shapes during independent work.Worksheet can be used at the end of a lesson on properties of shapes or for SATs streamed revision groups in year 2.
MehreenQ
Year 1 Block 3 Lesson 1(3D shapes)

Year 1 Block 3 Lesson 1(3D shapes)

Worksheet to support teaching of 3D shapes following the White Rose Scheme for year 1 (block 3).A carefully tailored resource to consolidate learning of 3D shapes by promoting fluency, reasoning and problem solving questions.Includes word bank to support naming of 3D shapes correctly for struggling children.The worksheet gives children the opportunity to explore 3D shapes in real life context.
MehreenQ
Shape, parallel lines, perpendicular lines, prove it assessment statements KS 2

Shape, parallel lines, perpendicular lines, prove it assessment statements KS 2

Hi all, Here is a set of questions that assess children's knowledge of shape with particular focus on parallel and perpendicular lines. They're designed for the children to work in pairs where they read the statement then have to 'Prove it' by writing and/or drawing their explanations in the shape provided. They must use mathematical language! Once they've done this they have to place their answer under the correct headings of 'Always, Sometimes or Never' (Included) that are placed around the room. At the end of the lesson I ask the children to look at all of the answers and discuss whether they agree or not - this usually promotes some healthy whole class discussion. Have fun! Emlo
EmloResources
Tangram Creation Helper Sheet

Tangram Creation Helper Sheet

Tangrams are great for Maths, but it can be a little tricky to draw out the square. Simpler to give students a photocopy of the tangram and a pair of scissors, but where's the skill in that? This sheet gives practice using a straight edge and a pencil, and filling in the lines gives a better feel for the construction of the tangram than simply chopping up a pre-drawn template. A short explanation and a couple of example animal tangram images are included to fire the imagination.
xwizbt
New  9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving Question : Geometry - Grades 7-9

New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving Question : Geometry - Grades 7-9

New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving Question : Geometry - Grades 7-9 1. Student worksheet : requires students to research different Skills and use the learning to answer the problem solving question using the skills learnt. The teacher role is just of a prompter.. 2.Teacher Guidance Worksheet The lesson starter independently conducted by students. It can be adapted and used for one-one activity, paired or group work....By the end of the lessons students should have learn't the following skills and use them for problem solving questions... : 1. Area of Sector 2. Area of Triangle 3. Finding an angle using Cosine Rule and using all/some of the skills to answer the 4. Area of the Segment How to allow students to combine the skills they learn't to do a multi-stage question... (Please kindly give constructive feedback...I have used it with my students and has worked very well but I would like to know if it helps other teachers...) Attached are; 1 . Student Discovery Sheet PDF 2. Teacher Guidance Sheet PDF 3. Two Answers Sheets -PDF
Kazmo1429
New  9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving Question : Geometry - Grades 7-9

New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving Question : Geometry - Grades 7-9

Problem Solving Lesson 1. Area of Sector 2. Area of Triangle 3. Finding an angle using Cosine Rule and using all/some of the skills to answer the 4. Area of the Segment The worksheet requires students to research different Skills and use the learning to answer the problem solving question using the skills learnt. The teacher role is just of a prompter...All the lesson is independently conducted by students. It can be adapted and used for one-one activity, paired or group work....By the end of the lessons students should have learn't the following skills and use them for problem solving questions... : 1. Area of Sector 2. Area of Triangle 3. Finding an angle using Cosine Rule and using all/some of the skills to answer the 4. Area of the Segment How to allow students to combine the skills they learn't to do a multi-stage question... (Please kindly give constructive feedback...I have used it with my students and has worked very well but I would like to know if it helps other teachers...) Attached are; 1 . Question Sheet PDF 2. Two Answers Sheets -PDF
Kazmo1429
New  9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving Question : Geometry - Grades 7-9

New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving Question : Geometry - Grades 7-9

Problem Solving Lesson 1. Area of Sector 2. Area of Triangle 3. Finding an angle using Cosine Rule and using all/some of the skills to answer the 4. Area of the Segment The worksheet requires students to research different Skills and use the learning to answer the problem solving question using the skills learnt. The teacher role is just of a prompter...All the lesson is independently conducted by students. It can be adapted and used for one-one activity, paired or group work....By the end of the lessons students should have learn't the following skills and use them for problem solving questions... : 1. Area of Sector 2. Area of Triangle 3. Finding an angle using Cosine Rule and using all/some of the skills to answer the 4. Area of the Segment How to allow students to combine the skills they learn't to do a multi-stage question... (Please kindly give constructive feedback...I have used it with my students and has worked very well but I would like to know if it helps other teachers...) Attached are; 1 . Question Sheet PDF 2. Two Answers Sheets -PDF
Kazmo1429
New  9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving Question : Geometry - Grades 7-9

New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving Question : Geometry - Grades 7-9

Problem Solving Lesson 1. Area of Sector 2. Area of Triangle 3. Finding an angle using Cosine Rule and using all/some of the skills to answer the 4. Area of the Segment The worksheet requires students to research different Skills and use the learning to answer the problem solving question using the skills learnt. The teacher role is just of a prompter...All the lesson is independently conducted by students. It can be adapted and used for one-one activity, paired or group work....By the end of the lessons students should have learn't the following skills and use them for problem solving questions... : 1. Area of Sector 2. Area of Triangle 3. Finding an angle using Cosine Rule and using all/some of the skills to answer the 4. Area of the Segment How to allow students to combine the skills they learn't to do a multi-stage question... (Please kindly give constructive feedback...I have used it with my students and has worked very well but I would like to know if it helps other teachers...) Attached are; 1 . Question Sheet PDF 2. Two Answers Sheets -PDF
Kazmo1429
Properties of 3D shapes (Top Trumps)

Properties of 3D shapes (Top Trumps)

Create a set of top trumps The first three are edges, vertices and Faces The next is asking for the greatest number of sides for the shapes used on the faces (e.g a square based pyramid has a square and some triangles so the square has the most sides at 4) The last asks for the total number of DIFFERENT shapes (so for the square based pyramid that would be two) Extra cards can be given out so those that finish can deal with dodecahedrons or other unusual shapes
mrwhy1089
Five weeks of differentiated chilli challenges maths

Five weeks of differentiated chilli challenges maths

Differentiated chilli challenges for five weeks on more and less than, shapes, place value, number bonds and doubling. Could be completed as a starter activity or plenary. Can also be used to challenge those who complete their work early. Good evidence of mastery when stuck in books, allows you to see what the children can complete independently.
DilaEda