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  • Jarrow Cross C of E Primary School
‘Living and Learning’
Value in Everyone

Wednesday

Today we are going to begin looking at translations. In maths translate means to move, it’s important to remember that the shape that is being translated doesn’t change size or position it simply moves to a different place on the grid.

Today we are going to describe translations by looking at how many squares each shape has moved and in which direction.

 

Watch the video (translation part a)

Translation - Year 5 - P6 - Maths - Catch Up Lessons - Home Learning with BBC Bitesize - BBC Bitesize

 

Watch the next video (translation part b) pause and have a go at the activities when prompted – I’ve attached a copy of the questions below (translation intro) but you can write your answers in your exercise book.

Translation - Year 5 - P6 - Maths - Catch Up Lessons - Home Learning with BBC Bitesize - BBC Bitesize

 

Now complete the worksheet. I’ve attached it as a word document as well as a PDF, you can write your answers on the word document and email it across or you can write your answers in your exercise book and send photographs.

 

Don’t forget to use Times Tables Rockstars too– it’s really important that we keep practising out times tables!

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