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Block 3A - Counting, partitioning and calculating

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YEAR 4

Block 4A - Counting, partitioning and calculating

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Block 4E - Securing number facts, calculation and relationships

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YEAR 5

Block 5A - Counting, partitioning and calculating

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Block 5B - Securing number facts, understanding shape

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Block 5C - Handling data and measures

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Block 5D - Calculating, measuring and understanding shape

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Block 6C - Handling data and measures

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Block 6D - Calculating, measuring and understanding shape

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Block 6E - Securing number facts, calculation and relationships

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Block 5E - Securing number facts, calculation and relationships

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YEAR 6

Block 6A - Counting, partitioning and calculating

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Draw and measure lines to the nearest millimetre; measure and calculate the perimeter of regular and irregular polygons; use the formula for the area of a rectangle to calculate the rectangle's area. (End-of-year expectation)

Tell me a rule for working out the area of a rectangle.    


Will it work for all rectangles?


The area of a rectangle is 32 cm2.    


What are the lengths of the sides?    


Are there other possible answers?


Show me something that has an area of approximately 100 cm2.    


What did you use to help you?


Estimate the area of the front cover of this paperback book.    


How did you go about doing that?


I can find the perimeter and area of shapes and estimate the area of irregular shapes. (L5)




How would you calculate the area of this T-shape?    


What about this L-shape?    

This H-shape?


Susan says: 'When you cut a piece off a shape, you reduce its area and perimeter.'


Is Susan's conjecture sometimes true, always true or never true?    


Explain how you know.


Here is a rectangle with 13 identical shaded squares inside it.


What fraction of the rectangle is shaded?



I can find the perimeter and area of shapes and estimate the area of irregular shapes. (L5)

NC Level: 5
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Springboard 6: Lesson 17 & 28

MATHEMATICS CHALLENGES - PUZZLES AND PROBLEMS > n/a
Year 2006          
PAPER A          Q19-L5                                         PAPER B          Q15-L4

Year 2007          
PAPER A          Q14-L4                                         PAPER B          Q23-L5

6D-6 > Calculate the perimeter and area of rectilinear shapes; estimate the area of an irregular shape by counting squares.

Calculate the area of right-angled triangles given the lengths of the two perpendicular sides, and the volume and surface area of cubes and cuboids.

Ma2
» Begin to use simple formulae expressed in words (L4)
» Construct, express in symbolic form, and use simple formulae involving one or two operations (L5)
Ma3
» Find perimeters of simple shapes and find areas by counting squares (L4)
» Understand and use the formula for the area of a rectangle and distinguish area from perimeter (L5)