### To identify and recognise angles

In this lesson, we will start to understand what the word 'angle' means. We will begin to identify angles within objects and shapes before we start to compare the size of angles.

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## Lessons:

### To identify and recognise angles

### To identify angles inside 2D shapes

### To recognise right angles

### To recognise obtuse and acute angles

### To revise angles

### To identify perpendicular lines

### To draw perpendicular lines

### To identify and explain parallel lines

### To revise parallel and perpendicular lines

### To identify rectangles including squares

### To describe 2-D shapes based on their properties

### To draw 2-D shapes based on their properties

### To describe the properties of 3D shapes

### To Identify and Describe Lines of Symmetry in 2-D Shapes

### To revise shapes

15 lessons

In this lesson, we will start to understand what the word 'angle' means. We will begin to identify angles within objects and shapes before we start to compare the size of angles.

In this lesson, we will review what an angle is. We will begin to explore various angles that are found inside 2D shapes and identify patterns between the number of sides and the number of angles.

In this lesson, we will build on our knowledge of angles and focus specifically on right angles. We will explore these on their own, in shapes and in everyday objects.

In this lesson, we will build on our angle knowledge by introducing the terms 'acute' and 'obtuse' for those angles which are smaller (acute) and greater (obtuse) than right angles. We will have time to look at these angles separately and within different shapes.

In this lesson, we will revisit our knowledge of angles. We will revise what is meant by right, acute and obtuse angles. We will then have an opportunity to identify these angles and draw them.

In this lesson, we will build on our knowledge of angles, in particular right angles, and learn to identify perpendicular lines. We will look at these individually and within 2D shapes, as well as having a chance to find these ourselves.

In this lesson, we will look in detail at horizontal and vertical lines and how these relate to perpendicular pairs of lines. We will then identify where we find these in the real world and begin to draw them.

In this lesson, we will build on our knowledge of lines and angles to identify pairs of parallel lines. We will identify these individually and within 2D shapes, as well as looking in detail at their meaning.

In this lesson, we will revisit pairs of parallel and perpendicular lines. We will look at how they differ and what they have in common, as well as where they occur in 2D shapes.

In this lesson, we will look in detail at the properties of rectangles and learn to identify these propoerties. This will build on our work on angles, particularly right angles.

In this lesson, we will recap what the various properties of 2D shapes are and begin to identify them within 2D shapes. We will think about how to work efficiently and systematically.

In this lesson, we will apply 2D shape vocabulary to accurately describe and draw them 2D shapes.

In this lesson, we will look in detail at the properties of 3D shapes and learn to identify these properties. This will build on our work on angles and 2D shapes.

In this lesson, we will look in detail at the definition of symmetry and how to recognise this in familiar 2D shapes. This will build on our work on the properties of 2D shapes.

In this lesson, we will revise our knowledge of 2D and 3D shapes. This will include describing 2D and 3D shapes, lines of symmetry and the new vocabulary we have encountered in relation to these areas.

Units in Maths

- Number sense and exploring calculation strategies
- Place value
- Graphs
- Addition and subtraction
- Length and perimeter
- Multiplication and division
- Deriving multiplication and division facts
- Time
- Fractions
- Angles and shape
- Measures
- Securing multiplication and division
- Exploring calculation strategies and place value
- Fractions: parts and wholes
- Reasoning with 4-digit numbers
- Addition and subtraction
- Multiplication and division
- Interpreting and presenting data
- Securing multiplication facts
- Fractions
- Time
- Decimals
- Area and perimeter
- Solving measure and money problems
- 2-D Shape and Symmetry
- Position and Direction
- Reasoning with patterns and sequences
- 3D Shape
- Working with fractions
- Taking fractions further
- Reasoning with large whole numbers
- Problem solving with integer addition and subtraction
- Line graphs and timetables
- Multiplication and division
- 2-D shape, perimeter and area
- Fractions and decimals
- Angles
- Fractions, decimals and percentages
- Transformations
- Converting units of measure
- Calculating with whole numbers and decimals
- 2-D and 3-D shape
- Volume
- Problem solving with whole numbers and decimals
- Equivalent fractions
- Integers & Decimals
- Multiplication and division
- Calculation problems
- Fractions
- Missing angles and lengths
- Coordinates and shape
- Fractions
- Decimals and measures
- Percentages and statistics
- Proportion problems
- Extending calculation strategies and additive reasoning

- Ratio review (9.7a)
- Constructing triangles and quadrilaterals
- Angles
- Shape and patterns
- Angles and shape
- Constructions, congruence, and loci
- Faces, shapes and patterns; lines and turns
- 3D Shape
- Coordinates
- Angles
- Classifying 2-D shapes
- Shape and pattern
- Transformations
- Angles in polygons
- Circles
- Pythagoras's theorem
- 2-D Shape and Symmetry
- Transforming 2-D figures
- Bearings
- Area of 2-D shapes
- Missing angles and lengths
- Coordinates and shape
- Shape and sorting
- 2-D and 3-D shape
- Volume and surface area of prisms