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Miss Munro's Group

Maths Lesson 1

LI: To be able to compare measurements

This week, you will be focusing on measurement. Watch the following video to look at how we use measurement and begin to unpick your worksheet:

Spr3.7.1 - Measure length

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Maths Lesson 2

LI: To be able to add lengths

Today, you are going to study how to add different lengths together in a range of units of measurement. Follow the link to the video for further help on the topic and how to complete your worksheet:

Spr3.8.2 - Add lengths

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Maths Lesson 3

LI: To be able to subtract lengths

Today, you are going to study how to subtract lengths from each other in a range of units of measurement. Follow the link to the video for further help on the topic and how to complete your worksheet:

Spr3.8.3 - Subtract lengths

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Maths Lesson 4

LI: To be able to measure perimeter

Today, you will look at the measurement of perimeter of objects. The perimeter is the length of the sides of a shape or object. If a four-sided house was square with 20m walls for each side, we would need to add 20 together four times (because it has four sides) to measure the perimeter. Follow the video for further help:

Spr3.8.5 - Measure perimeter

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Maths Lesson 5

LI: To be able to calculate perimeter

Continue developing your knowledge of the perimeter of objects and begin to calculate the perimeter of different examples. Remember, the perimeter of an object is the length of its sides. Watch the video for further help:

Spr3.9.1 - Calculate perimeter

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Awards

Awards we have received so far.

  • Primary Science
  • Healthy Schools
  • Health for Life
  • Artsmark Award
  • EEF
  • Big Lottery Fund
  • Music Mark