Topics: Starter | Geometry | Mensuration | Problem Solving
Had a wonderful “wow” moment with y5 today when calculating perimeters . This shape looked really complicated at first .— Perton Maths Dept (@PertonMaths) October 10, 2018
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#PertonMaths #perimeter https://t.co/xW0gK1aZwY
A mind bending start to our Maths lesson in P.5 today.....can you see how you could work out the lengths of the missing sides to be able to calculate the perimeter? Visit https://t.co/8SZ7njkjbP— Bankton Primary Sch (@banktonps) April 3, 2019
for a hint or, ask P.5! We solved it!#mathsisfun pic.twitter.com/4i7KZSMfdZ
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