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Here is another practice arithmetic test which can be used to keep your skills up to date! Remember to use the answers to check your work. What went well? Where do you need more practice?

Lesson 1: Measure with a protractor

 

Start by watching the video. Then continue to work on the activity. The answers are included to check your work. If you get it wrong, you should figure out why you got the answer incorrect.
If the sheet cannot be printed off, then it should be completed in the workbook sent home or on paper. Questions should be clearly labelled and presentation should be neat.

Lesson 2: Drawing lines and angles accurately Measure with a protractor

 

Start by watching the video. Then continue to work on the activity. The answers are included to check your work. If you get it wrong, you should figure out why you got the answer incorrect.
If the sheet cannot be printed off, then it should be completed in the workbook sent home or on paper. Questions should be clearly labelled and presentation should be neat.

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Lesson 3: Calculating angles on a straight line

 

Start by watching the video. Then continue to work on the activity. The answers are included to check your work. If you get it wrong, you should figure out why you got the answer incorrect.
If the sheet cannot be printed off, then it should be completed in the workbook sent home or on paper. Questions should be clearly labelled and presentation should be neat.

Lesson 4: Calculating angles around a point

 

Start by watching the video. Then continue to work on the activity. The answers are included to check your work. If you get it wrong, you should figure out why you got the answer incorrect.
If the sheet cannot be printed off, then it should be completed in the workbook sent home or on paper. Questions should be clearly labelled and presentation should be neat.

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