# Week Beginning 30.03.20

03.04.20

WALT practice our arithmetic skills

Today we are going have a go at an arithmetic test to practice our arithmetic skills.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10

Then please complete one of the arithmetic tests below.

## Do not open these until you have completed your arithmetic test!

02.04.20

WALT play a coordinate game

01.04.20

WALT reason and problem solve about coordinates

Please watch this video and see if you can work out the answer to the question:

Remember to read the question carefully and use the rule:

Along the corridor and up the stairs

You will need to look carefully at the shape in each question and will need to use your understanding of the properties of different shapes (see last weeks’ learning) to help you.

Then please complete one of the following activities:

Not sure how to? Use our hints and tips to help you:

31.03.20

Today we are going to build on your understanding of coordinates by looking at how to plot them in 4 quadrants.

Have a look at this example below, can you work out the co-ordinates of each shape?

The red triangle is at coordinate (3, 4).
The yellow square is at coordinate (-3, 2).
The blue pentagon is at coordinate (-5, -2).
The green circle is at coordinate (1, -5).

Then please complete one of the following activities:

Not sure how to? Use our hints and tips to help you:

We have also set you a 2Do on Purple Mash called 'Coordinates 4 Quadrants 31.03.20’

30.03.20

All coordinates consist of two numbers separated with a comma and usually within brackets.

The first number is the horizontal coordinate, or the number along the x axis.

The second number is the vertical coordinate, or the number up the y axis.

So the coordinate (3,1) means 3 along and 1 up.

An easy way to remember the correct way is...

Along the corridor and up the stairs

or 'x is a cross so the x coordinate always goes across.'

We can also say that...

'x always comes before y, so the x coordinate is always first.'

This means that...

• the first coordinate, the x coordinate, is the amount you go 'across';
• the second coordinate, the y coordinate, is the amount you go 'up' or 'down'.

## Coordinate Planes - Plotting Points on a One Quadrant Graph

Learn how to put an ordered pair on a coordinate plane. We will identify the x- and y-coordinates in an ordered pair. Come visit us at www.realmathsolutions....

Then please complete one of the following activities: