Home Learning Blog - Monday, 12th October
LO: Calculating perimeter of 2D shapes.
The perimeter of a 2 shape is the sum of all the sides. These can be added together, or better yet, multiplied (if of course, you have 2 or more sides that are equal). For example, the perimeter of rectangles can be calculated by doubling the sum of 2 adjacent sides.
Task: Complete the attached worksheet.
Test yourself on last week's times tables - get an adult to help you. Then, look at the new times tables and practise them for the first time.
As this week is assessment week, I'd like you to complete the reading comprehension activity to practise (below). There are 2 documents - an answer booklet and a reading booklet.