In the first of today's maths activities, from White Rose Hub there is a video lesson on finding the perimeter of rectilinear shapes. (Scroll down to Lesson 3)
Rectilinear shapes are those shapes made up of straight lines, which can often be divided into smaller rectangles.
Remember... perimeter means the complete distance around the outside of the shape. This is measured in mm, cm, m or km.
There are no worksheets today from White Rose Hub, but click on the link to BBC Bitesize for more input and exercises to complete in your books at home.
In today's second maths activity from The Oak National Academy, we continue with measurement.
Today we will be measuring time in hours, minutes and seconds.
During the activity, you will keep a running total of the time and work out missing values.
Got your paper and pencil ready?
Click on the link below and... have a great time!