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# Mixed Age Year 5 and 6 Properties of Shape Step 8 Resource Pack

## Step 8: Mixed Age Year 5 and 6 Properties of Shape Step 8 Resource Pack

Mixed Age Year 5 and 6 Properties of Shape Step 8 Resource Pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency and reasoning and problem solving resources for this step which covers Year 5 Lengths and Angles in Shapes and Year 6 Angles in a Triangle for Summer Block 3.

### What's included in the Pack?

This Mixed Age Year 5 and 6 Properties of Shape Step 8 pack includes:

• Mixed Age Year 5 and 6 Properties of Shape Step 8 Teaching PowerPoint with examples.
• Year 5 Lengths and Angles in Shapes Varied Fluency with answers.
• Year 5 Lengths and Angles in Shapes Reasoning and Problem Solving with answers.
• Year 6 Angles in a Triangle Varied Fluency with answers.
• Year 6 Angles in a Triangle Reasoning and Problem Solving with answers.

#### National Curriculum Objectives

Mathematics Year 5: (5G2a) Use the properties of rectangles to deduce related facts and find missing lengths and angles

Mathematics Year 6: (6G3a) Draw 2-D shapes using given dimensions and angles

Mathematics Year 6: (6G2a) Compare and classify geometric shapes based on their properties and sizes

Mathematics Year 6: (6G4a) Find unknown angles in any triangles, quadrilaterals, and regular polygons

Differentiation for Year 5 Lengths and Angles in Shapes:

Varied Fluency
Developing Questions to support finding lengths and angles in shapes. Including squares, rectangles and 6 sided rectilinear compound shapes.
Expected Questions to support finding lengths and angles in shapes. Including triangles, squares, rectangles and 6 sided rectilinear compound shapes. Some questions using adjoining shapes.
Greater Depth Questions to support finding lengths and angles in shapes. Including triangles, quadrilaterals and 8 sided rectilinear compound shapes. More than one adjoining shape per question.

Reasoning and Problem Solving
Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Problem Solving)
Developing Use knowledge of angles in shapes, including squares, rectangles and 6 sided rectilinear compound shapes, to explain if a given angle is correct or not.
Expected Use knowledge of angles in shapes, including triangles, squares, rectangles and 6 sided rectilinear compound shapes, to explain if a given angle is correct or not. Questions using adjoining shapes.
Greater Depth Use knowledge of angles in shapes, including triangles, quadrilaterals and 8 sided rectilinear compound shapes, to explain if a given angle is correct or not. More than one adjoining shape per question.

Questions 2, 5 and 8 (Problem Solving)
Developing Use clues about the properties of a shape, including squares, rectangles and 6 sided rectilinear compound shapes to determine the possible length of the sides.
Expected Use clues about the properties of a shape, including triangles, squares, rectangles and 6 sided rectilinear compound shapes, to determine the length of the sides.
Greater Depth Use clues about the properties of a shape, including triangles, quadrilaterals and 8 sided rectilinear compound shapes to determine the length of the sides or the angles within.

Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Reasoning)
Developing Given two statements about the properties of shapes, including squares, rectangles and 6 sided rectilinear compound shapes, determine which is correct, including angles of 90° and 45°.
Expected Given two statements about the properties of shapes, including triangles, squares, rectangles and 6 sided rectilinear compound shapes, determine which is correct, including any angles.
Greater Depth Given two always, sometimes, never statements about the properties of shapes, including triangles, quadrilaterals and 8 sided rectilinear compound shape, determine which is correct.

Differentiation for Year 6 Angles in a Triangle:

Varied Fluency
Developing Questions to support calculating one missing angle in a triangle (angles given in multiples of 10).
Expected Questions to support calculating up to two missing angles in a triangle (angles given in multiples of 5).
Greater Depth Questions to support calculating up to two missing angles in a triangle (when angles are given in one degree increments).

Reasoning and Problem Solving
Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Problem Solving)
Developing Use simple clues and a given starting length to draw a right or equilateral triangle.
Expected Use clues and a given starting length to draw a right, equilateral, isosceles or scalene triangle.
Greater Depth Use clues to draw a right, equilateral, isosceles or scalene triangle without a starting length.

Questions 2, 5 and 8 (Problem Solving)
Developing Match three descriptions to three triangles (by identifying the different triangle types by their properties).
Expected Match three descriptions to three triangles (where one angle is missing in every triangle). Angles given in multiples of 5.
Greater Depth Match four descriptions to four triangles (where two angles are missing in every triangle). Angles given in one degree increments.

Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Reasoning)
Developing Determine whether a simple statement about an isosceles, scalene or equilateral triangle is correct based on facts known about each triangle’s sides.
Expected Determine whether a statement about an isosceles, scalene or equilateral triangle is correct based on facts known about each triangle’s angles. Angles given in multiples of 5.
Greater Depth Determine whether a statement about an obtuse, right or acute isosceles, scalene, or equilateral triangle is correct. Angles given in one degree increments.