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#### Level contents

* Assessment for the whole of Level 3
*** Assessment test records
3:01 2D shapes
Attributes of 2D shapes - sides, corners, parallel lines, regular, irregular.
3:01E Fractions of regular 2D shapes
Extension page. Fractions of regular 2D shapes. Lines of symmetry, recording fractions.
3:02 The pentagon
Describing, manipulating and making pentagons. Attributes (sides, corners, vertices, angles). Recognising and tracing, reflecting (flip), translating (slide) and rotating (turn), making a pattern. Using a straw to make a model of a pentagon.
3:02E 2D shapes
Extension page. Attributes of 2D shapes - sides, symmetry, regular. Using a grid to draw.
3:02PT Progress test
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3:03 Comparing angles
Ordering angles found in 2D shapes, the real world. Make a movable angle.
3:03E Comparing angles
Extension page. Finding and comparing angles in 2D shapes and 3D objects. Making smaller angles.
3:04 The right angle
Finding right angles in 2D and 3D space. Finding angles smaller or larger than right angles.
3:04C Angles
Use clock hands to identify angles and order from smallest to largest. Identify right angles. Investigate angles made by folding paper. Use rhombus shaped pattern blocks to measure angles.
3:05 Perpendicular lines and right angles
Identify and mark the perpendicular lines in pictures of everyday objects and compass marks. Use a square corner to test for perpendicular lines. Identify shapes that have right angles and/ or parallel lines.
3:05C Perpendicular lines and right angles
Identify and mark each example of perpendicular lines. Trace two pairs of perpendicular lines in the photograph. Make a right angle tester. Test and mark the shapes.
3:06 The octagon
Learn the properties of an octagon. Identify octagons/ eight sided shapes. Trace pairs of parallel lines and draw lines of symmetry on a regular octagon. Complete the patterns of octagons. Draw an octagon inside the circle. Match shapes with labels for 'Reflection/ flip', 'Translation/ slide' and 'Rotation/ turn'.
3:06PT Progress test
Test of 2D Space
3:07 The parallelogram
Learn the properties of a parallelogram. Tick and trace the parallelograms. Draw an axis of symmetry on the picture. Draw parallelograms or use a computer to show how they tessellate. Bend and cut a straw to make a parallelogram. Thread with string or pipe cleaners to create different parallelograms. Draw a parallelogram that has four right angles and name it.
3:08 Lines of symmetry
Draw and record multiple lines of symmetry on shapes. Find the centre where possible. Investigate axes of symmetry of circles and ovals.
3:08E Lines of symmetry
Extension page. Draw lines of symmetry on shapes. Complete shapes on or off a grid. Copy symmetrical designs from your environment on the grid.
3:08PT Progress test
Test of 2D Space
3:09 Rigidity of frames
Thread straw onto string to investigate the rigidity of shapes. Find and discuss triangles in photographs.
3:10 Holiday shapes
Colour shapes according to number of sides. Identify the right angle. Identify shapes that have perpendicular sides. Complete the pattern and identify the shapes to be coloured as instructed.
3:11 Flip, slide and turn
Recognising flip, slide and turn in objects and shapes. Recognising tessellations.
3:11E Tessellations
Extension page. Defining and recognising tessellations. Creating more complex tessellations. Practical activity.
3:11PT Progress test
Test of 2D Space
3:AC New Maths Builder Texts
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3:ACC Year 3 Cover, Maths Builder e-Text
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3:MG00C Contents: Year 3 Maths Builder text
Contents
The answers to the Year 3 Maths Builder text 3:MG01-3:MG09
The answers to the Year 3 Maths Builder text 3:MG09C-3:MG33
The answers to the Year 3 Maths Builder text 3:MG34-3:MG60
3:MG07 2D shapes
Attributes of 2D shapes - sides, corners, parallel lines, regular, irregular.
3:MG08 The pentagon
Describing, manipulating and making pentagons. Attributes (sides, corners, vertices, angles). Recognising and tracing, reflecting (flip), translating (slide) and rotating (turn), making a pattern. Using a straw to make a model of a pentagon.
3:MG08C 2D shapes
2D shapes and their axes of symmetry are considered.
3:MG20 Comparing angles
Ordering angles found in 2D shapes, the real world. Make a movable angle.
3:MG20C Comparing angles
Finding and comparing angles in 2D shapes and 3D objects. Making smaller angles.
3:MG20S Angles
Comparing angles found in 2D shapes, the real world.
3:MG21 The right angle
Finding right angles in 2D and 3D space. Finding angles smaller or larger than right angles.
3:MG21C Angles
Use clock hands to identify angles and order from smallest to largest. Identify right angles. Investigate angles made by folding paper. Use rhombus shaped pattern blocks to measure angles.
3:MG21S Angles - arms and vertices
The arms and vertices of angles.
3:MG22 Perpendicular lines and right angles
Identify and mark the perpendicular lines in pictures of everyday objects and compass marks. Use a square corner to test for perpendicular lines. Identify shapes that have right angles and/ or parallel lines.
3:MG22C Perpendicular lines
Identify and mark each example of perpendicular lines. Trace two pairs of perpendicular lines in the photograph. Make a right angle tester. Test and mark the shapes.
3:MG28 The octagon
Learn the properties of an octagon. Identify octagons/ eight sided shapes. Trace pairs of parallel lines and draw lines of symmetry on a regular octagon. Complete the patterns of octagons. Draw an octagon inside the circle. Match shapes with labels for 'Reflection/ flip', 'Translation/ slide' and 'Rotation/ turn'.
3:MG28C Using shapes
Colour shapes according to number of sides. Identify the right angle. Identify shapes that have perpendicular sides. Complete the pattern and identify the shapes to be coloured as instructed.
3:MG29 The parallelogram
Learn the properties of a parallelogram. Tick and trace the parallelograms. Draw an axis of symmetry on the picture. Draw parallelograms or use a computer to show how they tessellate. Bend and cut a straw to make a parallelogram. Thread with string or pipe cleaners to create different parallelograms. Draw a parallelogram that has four right angles and name it.
3:MG30 The kite
Learn the properties of a kite. Tick and trace the kites. Draw parallelograms or use a computer to show how they tessellate. Bend and cut a straw to make a kite. Thread with string or pipe cleaners to create different kites. Draw a kite.
3:MG43 Lines of symmetry
Draw and record multiple lines of symmetry on shapes. Find the centre where possible. Investigate axes of symmetry of circles and ovals.
3:MG43C Lines of symmetry
Draw lines of symmetry on shapes. Complete shapes on or off a grid. Copy symmetrical designs from your environment on the grid.
3:MG44 Rigidity of frames
Thread straw onto string to investigate the rigidity of shapes. Find and discuss triangles in photographs.
3:MG59 Angles and turns
Identify quarter, half and three-quarter turns on clocks, introduce clockwise and anticlockwise.
3:MG59C Angles
Ordering angles in terms of angle size, regular shapes.