# 6W-4/5/20 Maths (Introducing Angles)

The next few weeks of maths are to prepare you for secondary school Geometry (Shape & Measure).
Today we will begin with recapping your prior knowledge of angels and linking it with real life examples from Geography and Time knowledge.

Miss Ahmed’s maths group: Bronze
Everybody else Silver and Gold please.

BRONZE (Q1-3)
Your first task is to match the first four angles to the diagrams and the amount of right angles. Obviously, we can’t draw on this blog so please share you answer as the letter, number and symbol you think match
E.G. A=4=3 (Incorrect answer, correct presentation)

SILVER (Q4-6)
Here you need to apply your knowledge of angles to redraw and complete the sentences. Please send a photo of your completed work (COMPULSORY)

GOLD (Q7-8)

There are far too many children saying ‘I done it’ – this comment means nothing unless a photo of your work has been sent to the year 6 email. (Thank you to the few who are currently doing this)
Every child in Year Six has access to a phone or tablets and every parent has an email address. Therefore we will only accept your work via email
or in full sentences in the comment boxes below.
Remember we’re aiming to prepare you for Secondary School!

## 29 thoughts on “6W-4/5/20 Maths (Introducing Angles)”

1. Sunjivreddy M.

Gold: (Q7)
The answer is 840, because Eva did 2 1/3 turns, and in 1 whole turn, there are 360 degrees, and she did 2 wholes, so 360×2=720. And 1/3 of 360 is 120, i found this out because i already knew 36 divided by 3 is 12 so i just made my answer x10 bigger. 720+120= 840.

Gold: (Q8)
The answer is 360, i know this because the lesson starts at 9am and finishes at 10am, and on a clock, the minute hand turns around the whole clock once in a hour, and in one full turn, there are 360degrees, therefore the answer is 360.

• Miss Vega

Amazing explanation sunny! Can you complete the silver task. This has specifically been explained.

2. Anya D.

I have done it and sent it by email.

• Miss Vega

Love your explanations Anya! Super job!

3. Ayesha G.

I have sent mine to you but I forgot to put my name on it, my one is the one that analysis the compass and is printed out. Thank you!

• Miss Vega

I have added this to the blog! Fab job!

4. Ahmed S.

Gold

7) 840

8) 360

• Miss Vega

5. Raumaan A.

Silver:
1. He will face East
2. She will face west
3. He will face north.
4. He will face south.
5. Kim will need to do a 90 degree anti-clockwise turn to get to east.
6. Dexter will face east.
7. She will be facing NW.
8. He has turned 360 degrees.
9. 1/2=180 degrees.
10. 1/4=90 degrees.
11. 3/4= 270 degrees.
12. 1 1/4= 450 degrees.
13. 5 3/4=2070degrees

• Miss Vega

• Raumaan A.

I did get the email.
1. He will face North East.
2. She will be facing west.
3. He will face North.
4. He will be also facing South

• Miss Vega

Great job! Thank you for trying but these are not correct – try again

6. Raumaan A.

Silver:
1. He will face East
2. She will face west
3. He will face north.
4. He will face south.
5. Kim will need to do a 90 degree anti-clockwise turn to get to east.
6. Dexter will face east.
7. She will be facing NW.
8. He has turned 360 degrees.
9. 1/2=180 degrees.
10. 1/4=90 degrees.
11. 3/4= 270 degrees.
12. 1 1/4= 450 degrees.
13. 5 3/4=2070degrees.

7. Zakaria R.

Gold:
1) If Eva did 2 and 1/3 turns, she turned 820 degrees.

2) The clock during her maths lesson turned 30 degrees clockwise.

• Zakaria R.

I know Eva did 820 degrees because the fraction is 2 and 1/3. 1 = 360 so that means 2 = 720. 1/3 is 1 divided by 3 = 360 divided by 3, which is 120. To finish the calculation, you need to add the two numbers which gets you to 820 degrees.

The clock during the maths lesson went 30 degrees clockwise. This is because the clock is split up in to twelve parts of 360. The handle moved only one of those twelve. 360 divided by 12 is 30. Therefore, the answer is 30 degrees clockwise

• Miss Vega

Strong explanation for the first question – well done!

8. Inaaya H.

Silver
Question 1
a)South
b)West
c)North
d)South
e)90 degrees anti-clockwise

Question 2
a)South West
b)North West
c)360 degrees

Question 3
a)180 degrees
b)90 degrees
c)270 degrees
d)450 degrees
e)2070 degrees

Gold
Question 1
a)Eva turned 855 degrees.
b)The minute hand turned 360 degrees.

9. Miss Vega

I know you will! I hope that the email explaining how to send your video is useful this time!

10. Layla A.

silver;
1.Huan will end up at East
2.Whitney will be facing West
3.Alex is facing North
4.Amir will be facing South
5.kim needs to turn 90 degrees anticlockwise

1.Dexter will be facing South West
2.esther will be facing East
3.Mo turned 360degrees

1. 1/2 equals 180degrees
2.1/4 equals 90degrees
3.3/4 equals 270degrees
4.1 1/4 equals 450 degrees
5.5 3/4 equals 2070

• Miss Vega

11. Xamsa H.

I have done this

• Miss Vega

Where?

12. Nargis B.

Silver
Huan now is facing south.
Whitney is now facing west.
Alex is now facing north.
Amir is now facing south.
Kim needs to go 90 degrees to anti-clockwise.
Dexter is now facing south west.
Esther is now facing north west.

13. Laraib T.

I have done this and will send an email.

• Miss Vega

Fabulous! I have received it – you are a star x

• Laraib T.

Thank you.

14. Nargis B.

Bronze
1) 3 matches with +.
B matches with 4.
D matches with 1.
C matches with 2.

2) There is 1 right angle in a quarter turn.
A quarter turn is 90 degrees.
There are 2 right angles in a half turn.
A half turn is 180 degrees.
There are 3 right angles in a three quarter turn.
There are 270 degrees in a three quarter turn.
There are 4 right angles in a full turn.
There are 360 degrees in a full turn.

3) Jack turned through 180 degrees.
Dora has done 90 degrees.
Teddy turned 270 degrees.

• Miss Vega