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Maths (28/1/21)

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In today's Maths lessons we learn about horizontal and vertical lines. I teach you how to identify them first of all, then we look at finding horizontal and vertical lines in our environment and on shapes as well as studying horizontal and vertical lines of symmetry. At the end, like normal, I run through the written tasks that you can do to demonstrate what you've learned from today's lesson for each Maths class.

Maths (27/1/21) Part 2

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(The video recording stopped half way through so this lesson is across two videos today. This is Part 2)

Maths 27/1/21 (Part 1)

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Today's Maths lesson is all about comparing three types of angles. We recap our understanding of right angles before learning how to identify acute and obtuse angles too. We look at creating these different types of angles on a clock and then I run through your maths tasks for today. I hope you enjoy your Maths lesson today Y3!

(The video recording stopped half way through so this lesson is across two videos today. This is Part 1)

Maths (26/1/21)

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In today's Maths lesson we are specifically focusing on learning about right angles. We will do a practical activity hunting for right angles in the environment around us after learning how to identify a right angle and what a right angle is. We use a clock to help us show quarter turns which represent a right angle and learn that a right angle is 90 degrees.

(It's another long one so just skip forward a little if you're short on time and you understand what I'm teaching you!)

Maths (25/1/21)

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In today's Maths lesson we begin to explore angles by looking at turns first and then at how angles are created. A lot of this lesson is practical and children will need to be up and on their feet listening to the instructions and pausing the video at various points in order to make different turns. As usual, the lesson starts with some times table practice and some flashback work. The activities for each class are outlined at the end and I will add pdfs to the maths section of the website if you need to see clearer images of the questions.

(I apologise for the length of this lesson! I got a bit carried away and lost track of time! Whoops! Feel free to fast forward bits if you need to!)
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