#### Scale drawings - lengths, angles and journeys

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Practise making scale drawings with a ruler and protractor to answer questions about missing lengths. Questions include rectilinear shapes, pyramids, angles of elevation and depression and multi-stage journeys. No bearings are needed (only compass directions), but the answer to the final questions can be used to motivate the need to describe directions more precisely than with compass directions. Answers are provided.

#### Scale Drawings with Bearings

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This resource is for core and advanced ability KS4 students. The resource consists of a lesson presentation and worksheet. The lesson presentation includes a starter and worked solutions to the questions on the worksheet. The lesson starts by considering scale drawings to be similar shapes whose lengths are measured in different units. The lesson then proceeds on how to construct a scale drawing with angles given as bearings, before considering how to measure and interpret the lengths and angles measured off the diagram. The worksheet starts with two simpler questions, then two questions with accompanying diagrams before finishing with several questions where the student is expected to interpret the text in order to draw the scale diagram. Teachers may wish to limit core ability students to the first four questions, leaving the others as extension. Advanced students will be challenged by the expectation that they translate text into a diagrams.

#### drawing and measuring angles maths worksheet

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A GCSE Maths Worksheet covering drawing and measuring angles Suitable for GCSE Students sitting the 9 – 1, A-Level Maths students revision and some Key Stage 3 students. Suitable for all the big examination boards including AQA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC. This was taken from my 150 Page workbook which covers many more maths topics. Please check it out here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-mathematics-150-page-summer-holiday-workbook-11940692 Or alternatively Check my store for other individual free worksheets such as this one. If you like it please leave a comment below, use the rating system or send us a message. All feedback is valued &amp; welcome. Enjoy!

#### Measuring - length (free primary resources)

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This pack covers: measuring length using non-standard units; measuring length using standard metric and imperial units; converting between units; solving length word problems Around 60 pages of resources. With answer pages where appropriate. This covers most of the maths National Curriculum targets for measuring length from the beginning of Key Stage 1 to the end of Key Stage 2. There is an contents/assessment sheet on page 1, which can be used to record what the child knows. There is audio for some of the sheets so children can listen to the explanations and questions, rather than read them. There are also lots of videos, which give a visual, dynamic aspect to the content. This is one of the packs in the Measure series. Others are: ‘Perimeter’, ‘Mass/weight’, ‘Capacity’, ‘Temperature’, ‘Area’, Volume’. YOU DON’T HAVE TO PRINT Child can just write answers and draw on a piece of paper or whiteboard. The pack is in interactive PDF format so the comment function can be used to write text; draw freehand; and make straight lines, which can be saved to the document. FOR: KS1 children KS2 children Pre-schoolers who are ready

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#### Length, Perimeter and Area (pptx)

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Two lessons. The slides can be used as worksheets for the students to work though. Objectives: To be able to measure and draw straight lines. (grade 1) To be able to the perimeter of rectangles and other polygons. (grade 2) To be able to find the area of rectangles. (grade 2) Students progress from counting 1cm squares, to measuring lines and sides, to calculating the area of a rectangle. This interactive version allows students to use an on screen ruler to measure.

#### Length, Perimeter and Area (notebook)

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Two lessons. The slides can be used as worksheets for the students to work though. Objectives: To be able to measure and draw straight lines. (grade 1) To be able to the perimeter of rectangles and other polygons. (grade 2) To be able to find the area of rectangles. (grade 2) Students progress from counting 1cm squares, to measuring lines and sides, to calculating the area of a rectangle. This interactive version allows students to use an on screen ruler to measure.

#### Necklace length activity

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An activity to draw necklaces of a given length and then compare to find the longest and shortest. We used it as part of a Royalty unit alongside practical jewellery making. I asked the children to draw the line of the necklace first, then add their decorations by drawing, collaging etc. You could also incorporate repeating patterns or symmetry.

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#### Measurement Unit

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Measurement non standardised length unit. Contained in this unit: * Caterpillar what does measurement mean posters? * Terminology thats needed in the length unit (shorter, longer etc) * Cut out measuring tools- paper clips, cubes *Measuring caterpillars with paper clips *Measuring school supplies with paper clips *Measuring caterpillars with cubes *Measuring school supplies with paper clips *Cut and stick sheet into shorter than/ longer than units *Long/longer/longest printable *Short/shorter/shortest printable *Measuring the class *Draw caterpillars and measure *Comparing lengths x4 printables * Tall/taller/tallest printables *My measuring Journal with x 8 activities.

#### Measures On Scales & Distances On Maps

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Interactive macro-enabled MS-Excel spreadsheet. Contents: Find measures of length &amp; volume on horizontal scales. Find measures of height &amp; temperature on vertical scales. Find measures of weight, speed, time &amp; FDP on circular scales. Find distance d between two UK locations by measurement. Find distance d between two London locations by measurement. Find distance x &amp; length l on maps with a user-defined scale 1 : n. Find distance x &amp; length l on Ordnance Survey maps of scale 1 : n. Write a ratio of lengths (cm to metres) in its simplest form &amp; 1 : n. Write a ratio of lengths (cm to km) in its simplest form &amp; 1 : n. Find real-life distance AB given a map distance in cm &amp; a ratio. Find map distance CD given a real-life distance in km &amp; a ratio. Find map distance EF given a real-life distance in miles &amp; a ratio.

#### Measuring Exercise in cm and mm

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This is resource contains an exercise that gets the children to practice using a ruler; as well as a presentation on converting units of measure. The worksheet asks students to measure the lines with their rulers. They then must convert from cm to mm. As an extension at the end, they are required to draw their own lines based on a length given in centimetres. The presentation goes through how to convert from mm to cm, and from cm to m. There are exercised along the way to get the children practicing. This lesson is suited for a Year 4 class or could be used for revision with Year 5. The answers to the lengths are also included.