# 3rd June

### Starter

for example  I have 34 in my jar.

I will look at the ones first. In the number 3I have 4 ones. To make these problems easier I need to get to my next tens number. I know that if I add 6 to the 4 ones that I would make a ten.

If I add 6 to 34 I will land on my next tens number which is 40. So far I have added 6.

I now need to get from 40 to 100 so I am going to count in tens until I get there.

50 60 70 80 90 100

How many tens have I added?

I have added 6 tens or we can say that I have added 60.

I now need to add my  6 ones from earlier and my 6 tens together.

This is equal to 66.

34+66 =100!

Can you work out the other jars?

### Main

Watch the video below to find out what an angle is.

## Angles: measuring angles and their names! | Educational Videos for Kids

We measure Angles with... a protractor! Have you ever used one before? Here's how! ðŸ’­Have you used a protractor? Maths is fun and easy peasy with Happy learni...

Use the image below to discuss angles.

Which lines have angles? How do you know?