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Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes Year 4 Length and Perimeter Resource Pack

Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes Year 4 Resources

Step 4: Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes Year 4 Resources

Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes Year 4 Resource Pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency and reasoning and problem solving resources for Autumn Block 3.

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What's included in the pack?

This pack includes:

  • Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes Year 4 Teaching PowerPoint.
  • Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes Year 4 Varied Fluency with answers.
  • Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes Year 4 Reasoning and Problem Solving with answers.

National Curriculum Objectives

Mathematics Year 4: (4M7a) Measure and calculate the perimeter of a rectilinear figure (including squares) in centimetres and metres

Differentiation for Year 4 Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes:

Varied Fluency
Developing Questions to support adding single-digit numbers to calculate the perimeter of simple rectilinear shapes. Includes no missing dimensions.
Expected Questions to support adding single-digit numbers to calculate the perimeter of rectilinear shapes. Includes up to three missing dimensions.
Greater Depth Questions to support adding single and double-digit numbers to calculate the perimeter of more complex rectilinear shapes. Includes more than three missing dimensions.

Reasoning and Problem Solving
Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Problem Solving)
Developing Calculate the perimeter of each shape to find the odd one out. Includes single-digit numbers.
Expected Calculate the perimeter of each shape to find the odd one out with up to 3 missing measurements to find. Includes single-digit numbers.
Greater Depth Calculate the perimeter of each shape to find the odd one out with more than three missing measurements to find. Includes some double-digit numbers.

Questions 2, 5 and 8 (Problem Solving)
Developing Using the perimeter, find the missing measurement for one side of the rectilinear shape. Includes single-digit numbers.
Expected Using the perimeter, find the measurements for each side of the rectilinear shape with two measurements given. Includes single-digit numbers.
Greater Depth Using the perimeter, find the measurements for each side of the rectilinear shape with one measurement given. Includes some double-digit numbers.

Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Reasoning)
Developing Explain if a statement about the perimeter of a shape is correct. No missing measurements.
Expected Explain if a statement about the perimeter of a shape with up to three missing measurements is correct. Includes single-digit numbers.
Greater Depth Explain if a statement about the perimeter of a shape with three or more missing measurements is correct. Includes some double-digit numbers.

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    8 Comments

  1. I see that someone above has already posted about the mistake in 4a – can I just say that we had possibly the most beneficial and enjoyable reasoning and problem solving lesson trying to test and prove whether first 15cm was a possible perimeter, and then whether it was possible to have a rectilinear shape with an odd-length perimeter; the challenge moved to the staffroom at break time too, and we’re all very excited to have used our ‘prove it’ skills for a real purpose! Much more learning went on than was anticipated – thanks!!

    Sam Smyth

    November 21, 2018

    • Wow! As much as we endeavour to avoid any errors on our resources, however we are very glad to hear that this led to a teachable moment full of reasoning and problem solving 🙂 Thank you for letting us know. Louisa

      Louisa King

      November 21, 2018

  2. Thank you for these resources they are great quality! I have noticed a mistake on answer 4a. the shape given cannot equal 15cm based on the left edge being 3cm and the right edge having a total length of 2cm. If it is a rectilinear shape then as far as I can work out the answer will always be even due to the corners having to meet in a right angle.

    Hannah Tobitt

    November 4, 2018

    • Hi Hannah, thank you for your feedback. I will pass this on to the resource creating team to look in to 🙂 Louisa

      Louisa King

      November 16, 2018

  3. Hi,

    This resource says perimeter of rectilinear shapes but when downloaded is the resources for perimeter of rectangles?

    Thanks

    Laura Warren

    October 28, 2018

    • Hi, can you try again now as when I’ve checked this, it downloads as Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes. Many thanks, Sian 🙂

      Classroom Secrets

      October 29, 2018

  4. This is the wrong title for this lesson. This is area of rectangles and not rectilinear shapes. Please can you add the rectilinear shapes pack.

    SARAH CATTERICK

    October 28, 2018

    • Hi, can you try again now as when I’ve checked this, it downloads as Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes. Many thanks, Sian 🙂

      Classroom Secrets

      October 29, 2018

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