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 Click on the 'change' button and watch the angles and shapes change. Click on the 'print' button to print a pupil worksheet and an answer sheet. The worksheets can be printed providing the password is entered. Buy a password Choose the topic: Primary A: Place value, ordering and rounding B: Properties of numbers & number sequences C: Fractions, decimals & percentages, ratio & proportion D: Mental calculation strategies (+ and -) E: Pencil & paper procedures (+ and -) F: Understanding multiplication & division G: Rapid recall of multiplication & division facts H: Mental calculation strategies (x and divide) I: Pencil & paper procedures (x and divide) J: Using a calculator K: Checking results of calculations L: Solving problems: making decisions M: Reasoning about numbers or shapes N: Problems involving 'real life', money or measures O: Handling data P: Measures Q: Shape and space Secondary A: Applying mathematics and solving problems B: Place value, ordering and rounding C: Integers, powers and roots D: Fractions, decimals, percentages, ratio and proportion E: Number operations and the relationships between them F: Mental methods and rapid recall of number facts G: Calculations: written methods H: Calculations: calculator methods I: Calculations: checking results J: Equations, formulae and identities K: Sequences, functions and graphs L: Geometrical reasoning: lines, angles and shapes M: Transformations N: Coordinates O: Construction & loci P: Measures and mensuration Q: Statistics R: Probability Q: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 14 17 18 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
 Dotty paper

 Properties of 2-D shapes

A page of 2-D shapes. The shapes don't change. Click on the 'names' button to hide or show the names of the shapes.

 Angle and rotation

Angles on a straight line

Estimate, draw and measure angles
Year 4 (age 8 - 9)

Q5: Place in order of size a set of angles each less than 180 degrees.

Year 5 (age 9 - 10)

Q6: Say whether an angle is acute or obtuse and estimate the size to the nearest 5 degrees.

Measuring angles and length
Key Stage 2 2001 SAT-type question
Years 5 and 6 (age 9-11)

Q9: Measure the angles and the length of each side of a quadrilateral. The worksheet generates six random quadrilaterals..keep clicking the 'change' button until all the quadrilaterals lie within the border and don't overlap.

Q10:Calculate angles on a straight line
Q10b: Calculate angles on a straight line (angles are multiples of 5 degrees)

Year 6 (age 10 - 11)

 Position and direction: coordinates

Q29 and Q30 show polygons

Year 3 (age 7-8)

Q29: Describe and find the position of polygons using, for example, (B, 5)
Three options to either read or plot coordinates or a mixture.

Years 4-6 (age 8-11)

Q30: Describe and find the position of polygons using coordinates in the first quadrant

Three options to either read or plot coordinates or a mixture.

Year 6 (age 10-11)

Three options to either read or plot coordinates or a mixture.

Year 5 (age 9-10)
The coordinates of three of the vertices of a square or rectangle are given, what are the coordinates of the fourth vertex?

Year 6 (age10-11)

Positive coordinates
Q12:
Work out the coordinates of the other corners. The numbers are not shown on the axes.

Q14: Work out the coordinates of the other corners of shapes. The numbers are not shown on the axes.

 Reflective symmetry, reflection, rotation and translation

Year 6 (age 10-11)

Q18: Reflect shapes in a diagonal mirror line

Draw this shape after a rotation of 90 or 180 degrees.

Year 6 (age 10-11)

Q26:
Rotation problem-solving activity
A square made up of nine smaller squares contains four shapes (the square on the left). The square has been rotated (the square on the right) only one of the shapes is visible. The task is to draw the three missing shapes.

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