#### Yr 4 Decimals : Lesson 97

Addition and subtraction of decimals to 1 decimal place.

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Good resource, but my high Yr 8 students would struggle with this, may be more suited to very able students. Excellent resource though with lots to do.

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Chn identify a sequence of fractions. They plot fractions on a number line, and find equivalent fractions.

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Questions from handouts that cover a variety of topics from 6th - 11th grade. There are about 100 sets of questions organized into a PowerPoint. Topics include fractions, decimals, percents, transformations, trigonometry, area, angles, construction, equations, quadratics, sequences, graphs, sampling, probability and many more).

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Addition and subtraction of fractions, third in series of lessons.

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This lesson revises number bonds and addition/subtraction facts to 11.

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Chn use terms relative frequency and ratio of frequency. Activities related to combinatories, chance and probability.

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This excellent PowerPoint presentation takes the pupils through the basic information needed to understand what triangles are, how to name them and how to prove that the angle sum of a triangle is 180 degrees. It is suitable for Years 4, 5 & 6.

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21 slides containing work on Shapes, Symmetry, Angles, Area & Perimeter for Maths end of KS2. (Ten slides PowerPoint presentation format and then same in black and white printable worksheets). Great for revision, assessment or homework for Year6/7.

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Children can plot their own quadrants in their books or have a copy of the one on the sheet.
They start by plotting their 4 shapes (one into each quadrant), using the coordinates given.
Then they translate the shapes either by one instruction or by two.
Finally they can write the coordinates of the new shape.

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PowerPoint presentation of parallel lines intersection angles.
Opposite Angles are equal
Corresponding Angles are equal.
Alternate Angles are equal.
Co-Interior Angles add up to 180°
Supplementary Angles add up to 180°
Short revision on Acute Angles are less than 90°
Obtuse Angles are between 90° and 180°
Reflex Angles are between 180° and 360°
Complementary Angles are angles that add up to 90°
Supplementary Angles are angles that add up to 180°

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