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Area and Perimeter

Lesson 1 - Multiplying and dividing problem solving

Start by watching the video, pausing to have a go on scrap paper when it allows you to have a try yourself. Then try the sheet on your own and see how you do.
The answers for this week are at the bottom so that you and a grown-up can check them together. If you get any wrong, have another go with a grown-up so that they can help you see where you went wrong. Don't forget, you can go back and watch the video again if you need to.
If you cannot print the sheet off, use the squared workbook that we sent home to do your work. Questions should be clearly labelled and your presentation should be neat.

Lesson 2 - Perimeter of rectangles

Start by watching the video, pausing to have a go on scrap paper when it allows you to have a try yourself. Then try the sheet on your own and see how you do.
The answers for this week are at the bottom so that you and a grown-up can check them together. If you get any wrong, have another go with a grown-up so that they can help you see where you went wrong. Don't forget, you can go back and watch the video again if you need to.
If you cannot print the sheet off, use the squared workbook that we sent home to do your work. Questions should be clearly labelled and your presentation should be neat.

Lesson 3 - Perimeter of rectilinear shapes

Start by watching the video, pausing to have a go on scrap paper when it allows you to have a try yourself. Then try the sheet on your own and see how you do.
The answers for this week are at the bottom so that you and a grown-up can check them together. If you get any wrong, have another go with a grown-up so that they can help you see where you went wrong. Don't forget, you can go back and watch the video again if you need to.
If you cannot print the sheet off, use the squared workbook that we sent home to do your work. Questions should be clearly labelled and your presentation should be neat.

Lesson 4 - Area counting squares

Start by watching the video, pausing to have a go on scrap paper when it allows you to have a try yourself. Then try the sheet on your own and see how you do.
The answers for this week are at the bottom so that you and a grown-up can check them together. If you get any wrong, have another go with a grown-up so that they can help you see where you went wrong. Don't forget, you can go back and watch the video again if you need to.
If you cannot print the sheet off, use the squared workbook that we sent home to do your work. Questions should be clearly labelled and your presentation should be neat.

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