**Mapping**

First, make your map…

Then complete the following activities:

Take us on a tour of all the places on your map using

- Grid references
- Compass directions
- Compass orientations
- Graphical scale
- Complete network diagram

**The BIG Project**

● knowledge of how features (for example, an angle) change, or not, when a shape undergoes a transformation (for example, a rotation)

**Shapes**

Download this sheet of quadrilaterals. Sort the quadrilaterals using Venn Diagrams according to:

number of equal sides

number of pairs of equal opposite sides

number of pairs of parallel sides

number of right angles

Click on the following link to bring up the Virtual Pinboard (you need to scroll down).

Use the pinboard to answer the following questions in a screencast:

Can a quadrilateral have one angle that is greater than 180°?

Can a quadrilateral have exactly three right angles?

If the angles of a quadrilateral are all equal, are the sides all equal?

Can a quadrilateral have two obtuse angles?

Can a quadrilateral have four acute angles?

Can a quadrilateral have three acute angles?

If both pairs of opposite sides are parallel, are they also equal length?

If both pairs of opposite sides are equal length, are they also parallel?