#### Term 4 – 2014 – Geometric Reasoning

Explore the interior angles in a triangle. What is the angle sum in a triangle? Visit Maths is Fun. How about the interior angles of quadrilaterals?

#### Mathletics Student Resource – Volume and Capacity

Working out the volumes of everyday objects

#### Term 4 – 2014 – Location and Transformation

The Cartesian plane or number plane is a way to visually describe location on a grid.

Create a T-Rex by plotting co-ordinates

Mathletics Activities – plotting coordinates

Place the Coordinates

##### Addition & Subtraction of Fractions

MATHLETICS_Fractions_student_book

Timetables

Worksheet

### Class activities

Nets of 3D shapes

Think Board

Grid Template

For example.

What is the elapsed time from 11.30pm to 2.08am?

So I begin at 11.30pm —— I JUMP to the nearest hour which is Midnight (+ 30 mins)

I then jump in hour increments towards 2am. (+ 120 mins OR 2 hours). Why? It’s easier to learn to calculate elapsed time when you are on the o’clock!

I am now on 2am. I need to finish at 2.08am. (+ 8 mins).

Ready to solve the problem? Add up all your ‘jumps’ (30 mins + 2 hours + 8 mins = 2 hours and 38 minutes).

Solved!

Would you calculate the elapsed time for this problem in another way? If so, post your thinking to this page for the problem above!

6. ### 11.58pm to 1.18am =

Early Finishers for Tuesday 7th May

24 hour time

24 hour time 2

Save this for Thursday 9th May in class