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* Assessment for the whole of Level 4
** Assessment test answers
*** Assessment test records
4:01 2D space
Recognising and describing 2D shapes (hexagon, octagon, trapezium, parallelogram ,pentagon, circle, rectangle, square, triangle, rhombus, oval) Describing angles, sides, equal angles, regular and irregular shapes. Ordering size of angles, completing shapes.
4:01C 2D shapes
Recognising and comparing 2D shapes. Recording how many sides, angles, whether each shape is regular or irregular.
4:02 Making angles
Ordering, drawing, completing and copying angles. Recognising and comparing angles in 2D shapes. Using multi-attribute blocks.
4:03 Drawing angles
Defining, recognising, ordering, comparing a range of angles. Drawing equal, smaller and larger angles.
4:03C Comparing angles
Defining, ordering, comparing the size of angles. Looking at angles formed by clock hands. Drawing equal, smaller and larger angles. Right angles, 'full' and 'half' turns.
4:03E Comparing angles
Extension page. Comparing, ordering angles. Looking at angles made in the real world.
4:04 Lines
Recognising horizontal, vertical, parallel and perpendicular lines in the real world and in shapes. Drawing these lines using grid paper.
4:05 Angles
Angles in the real world. Comparing the angle of turning, angle made with a horizontal line, angle of leaning.
4:05C Angles
Defining, describing, ordering angles. Angles in the real world made by a horizontal line, angles on spinners.
4:05PT Progress test
Test of 2D Space
4:06 Quadrilaterals
Recognising, naming, describing 2D shapes. Completing symmetrical shapes. Describing angles and sides.
4:07 Quadrilaterals
Describing and recognising quadrilaterals. Drawing using grid paper. Special quadrilaterals.
4:07C Quadrilaterals
Quadrilaterals are explored and drawn. The rectangle, square and rhombus are considered as special cases of quadrilaterals.
4:08 Features of 2D shapes
Match regular shapes to their names... rectangle, hexagon, pentagon, square, parallelogram, rhombus, trapezium, octagon. Group and describe the shapes according to their attributes. Complete the table stating number of sides and angles. Complete the shapes cut by their axes of symmetry and name them.
4:08C 2D shapes
Name the shapes made on the geoboard and state the number of corners, sides and angles. Identify the quadrilaterals.
4:09 Features of 2D shapes
Draw lines of symmetry on shapes. Label shapes with names, number of sides and number of lines of symmetry. Identify quadrilaterals and regular shapes. Complete other half of pictures cut by line of symmetry. Fold and cut paper to make a symmetrical shape. Identify the patterns that have tessellating shapes. Complete the tessellation. Describe patterns as made by flip, slide or turn of shapes.
4:09C Tessellations
State whether the shaded shape tessellates. Draw tessellations. Make patterns tessellate by joining shapes.
4:09E 2D shapes
Extension page. Complete the table stating number of sides and number of axes of symmetry of regular shapes. Draw shapes inside shapes.
4:10 Holiday review
Match each box to its date on the timeline. Complete the other half of the drawing given the axis of symmetry. Write flip, slide or turn to show the changes. Join the points of the given coordinates. Complete the pattern and count the straight lines used.
4:10E Flip, slide and turn
Extension page. Flip and draw shapes. Slide and draw shapes. Turn and draw shapes. Complete patterns using flip, slide and turn.
4:10PT Progress test
Test of 2D Space
4:AC New Maths Builder Texts
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4:ACC Year 4 Cover
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4:MG00C Contents: Year 4 Maths Builder text
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4:MG00D Answers:4:MG01-4:MG19C
The answers to the Year 4 Maths Builder text 4:MG01-4:MG19C
4:MG00E Answers:4:MG20-4:MG44
The answers to the Year 4 Maths Builder text 4:MG20-4:MG44
4:MG00F Answers:4:MG45-4:MG62
The answers to the Year 4 Maths Builder text 4:MG45-4:MG62
4:MG08 2D space
Recognising and describing 2D shapes (hexagon, octagon, trapezium, parallelogram ,pentagon, circle, rectangle, square, triangle, rhombus, oval) Describing angles, sides, equal angles, regular and irregular shapes. Ordering size of angles, completing shapes.
4:MG08C 2D shapes
Recognising and comparing 2D shapes. Recording how many sides, angles, whether each shape is regular or irregular.
4:MG09 Features of 2D shapes
Match regular shapes to their names... rectangle, hexagon, pentagon, square, parallelogram, rhombus, trapezium, octagon. Group and describe the shapes according to their attributes. Complete the table stating number of sides and angles. Complete the shapes cut by their axes of symmetry and name them.
4:MG09C Lines
Recognising horizontal, vertical, parallel and perpendicular lines in the real world and in shapes. Drawing these lines using grid paper.
4:MG09S 2D shapes
Name the shapes made on the geoboard and state the number of corners, sides and angles. Identify the quadrilaterals.
4:MG10 Making angles
Ordering, drawing, completing and copying angles. Recognising and comparing angles in 2D shapes. Using multi-attribute blocks.
4:MG11 Drawing angles
Defining, recognising, ordering, comparing a range of angles. Drawing equal, smaller and larger angles.
4:MG11C Comparing angles
Defining, ordering, comparing the size of angles. Looking at angles formed by clock hands. Drawing equal, smaller and larger angles. Right angles, 'full' and 'half' turns.
4:MG12 Types of angles
Identify the angles as acute, right angles, obtuse, straight, reflex, revolution. Use the key to mark the types of angle in each shape - right, acute, obtuse. Draw a real object that has each of these angles. Mark the two angles made at the centre by each cut in the diagrams shown. How many right angles in a straight angle/ straight angles in a revolution?
4:MG12C Types of angles
Tear off the corner of a sheet of paper. Use this square corner (a right angle) to measure the angles. Draw an acute/ obtuse angle that is bigger/ smaller than the angle shown. Draw a shape that has an acute/ obtuse angle . Mark the obtuse/acute angle. If you stretch out your fingers on one hand, what angles do you make? Name 3 classroom items that have an acute angle . Identify the straight/ obtuse angles.
4:MG13 Angles
Angles in the real world. Comparing the angle of turning, angle made with a horizontal line, angle of leaning.
4:MG13C Angles
Defining, describing, ordering angles. Angles in the real world made by a horizontal line, angles on spinners.
4:MG18 Tessellations
Extension page. Defining and recognising tessellations. Creating more complex tessellations. Practical activity.
4:MG18C Tessellations
State whether the shaded shape tessellates. Draw tessellations. Make patterns tessellate by joining shapes.
4:MG19 Features of 2D shapes
Draw lines of symmetry on shapes. Label shapes with names, number of sides and number of lines of symmetry. Identify quadrilaterals and regular shapes. Complete other half of pictures cut by line of symmetry. Fold and cut paper to make a symmetrical shape. Identify the patterns that have tessellating shapes. Complete the tessellation. Describe patterns as made by flip, slide or turn of shapes.
4:MG19C 2D shapes
Name the shapes made on the geoboard and state the number of corners, sides and angles. Identify the quadrilaterals.
4:MG20 Combining/splitting 2D shapes
Combining and splitting 2D shapes
4:MG20C Quadrilaterals
Describing and recognising quadrilaterals. Drawing using grid paper. Special quadrilaterals.
4:MG20S Quadrilaterals
Quadrilaterals are explored and drawn. The rectangle, square and rhombus are considered as special cases of quadrilaterals.
4:MG21 Reflect, translate and rotate
Recognising reflect, translate and rotate in objects and shapes. Recognising tessellations.
4:MG21C Flip, slide and turn
Extension page. Flip and draw shapes. Slide and draw shapes. Turn and draw shapes. Complete patterns using flip, slide and turn.
4:MG22 Creating patterns
Using reflection, translation and rotation to say how each pattern was made.
4:MG22C Review
Match each box to its date on the timeline. Complete the other half of the drawing given the axis of symmetry. Write flip, slide or turn to show the changes. Join the points of the given coordinates. Complete the pattern and count the straight lines used.