Measuring ForcesQuick View

Measuring Forces

Ks3 resource for measuring forces. Introduction lesson to forces. Newton meter practical using spring and hanging masses. Easy lesson taught a million times never not been good and engaging. Lesson 1 out of 8. Included - Lesson plan - Detailed PowerPoint with animations. Also contains all answers to worksheets. (51 pages but contains all Worksheets). - All worksheets, included starter, and main worksheet needed for practical and differentiated lower and higher ability. - Three different plenaries - Homework worksheet, with answers. Aspects of National curriculum lesson covers (In varying detail): • Gravity force, weight = mass x gravitational field strength (g), on Earth g=10 N/kg. • Balanced forces and opposing forces and equilibrium: weight held by stretched spring. • Forces as pushes or pulls, arising from the interaction between two objects. • Forces measured in Newtons (N). • Measurements of stretch or compression as force is changed.
Microscopic MeasurementQuick View

Microscopic Measurement

KS 5 18 slide slideshow. This presentation illustrates the use of the stage micrometer and eyepiece graticule to measure the size of specimens when viewed under the microscope.
Measuring Pumpkins for HalloweenQuick View

Measuring Pumpkins for Halloween

A complete lesson plan and activity for teaching Reception children about measurement. The lesson plan guides you with teaching how to estimate and find out by measuring with interlocking cubes (ideal units for young children). It also teaches children positional and mathematical language when, for example, identifying position and comparing in relation to the other (bigger than, the same as, next to) Areas of Learning/ Learning Objectives are included to show what the children are learning from this plan. The Areas of Learning are taken from Development Matters.
Compound Measures ONESIEQuick View

Compound Measures ONESIE

Colourful differentiated ONESIE worksheet. Allowing students to show progression. Suitable for cover lessons - easy and cost effective to photocopy. **Supplied with answers.**
Year 6 week on measureQuick View

Year 6 week on measure

This resource is aimed at meeting expected standards in Year 6. It includes lessons on: measuring length, measuring mass, reading scales, converting from miles to km and using the 3 areas of maths (fluency, reasoning and problem solving). Each lesson starts with 6 a day arithmetic questions, in line with the SATs tests. Each lesson is accompanied with an ACTIVINSPIRE flipchart, which leads the children through the skills needed. The worksheets are differentiated by 3 abilities where appropriate.
Uncertainty and Errors in measurementQuick View

Uncertainty and Errors in measurement

Everything they need to know for A level or IB presented in a humorous fashion by a very experienced teacher. Worksheets and practical activities too. Propagating uncertainties too.
Measuring in cmQuick View

Measuring in cm

This fantastic worksheet allows children to use a ruler to measure and draw lines to a given length.
converting measurements and measure problems and activitiesQuick View

converting measurements and measure problems and activities

The powerpoint presentations are a very good and simple way of teaching children about how to measure shapes; length and perimeter of various objects. The word documents are very useful for lesson activities or homework tasks. Learning objectives are clear and tasks are differentiated to suit different ability groups.
Measurement calculations/uncertainty for Titrations AS ChemistryQuick View

Measurement calculations/uncertainty for Titrations AS Chemistry

Whole lesson and students sheets designed to teach about, errors, glassware accuracy and measurement errors. I use this before a required practical involving titrations. There is a summary sheets for students to fill in for terminology mentioned in the PowerPoint and a table for recording and practicing measurement uncertainties.
KS2: Measurement Conversion PackQuick View

KS2: Measurement Conversion Pack

Hi there! This is a pack of 7 extremely helpful resources for upto a week's planning on converting measurements, such as length and weight. All work is differentiated and the powerpoint is interesting, immersive and fun. * includes* Reusable Powerpoint introducing the methodology Display/Poster for wall or tables on how to convert lengths Differentiated LA, MA and HA lenght conversion worksheets 4-sheet experiment structure for measuring own body parts and comparing to vitruvian man Sheet full of extra resources and input/plenary ideas along with independent research for chn. Crosscurricular links with Science (experiment), Art (Vitruvian man) and helping children to improve physical skills of measuring effectively etc. I hope this helps you! Enjoy teaching :) Miss Ritchie
Year 1 Measurement - TimeQuick View

Year 1 Measurement - Time

This bundle of resources contains 5 PowerPoint presentations and accompanying worksheets to help teach the topic of 'Time' as per the year 1 maths programme of study (Measurement). It includes: Beginning to Tell the Time - pupils are introduced to telling the time to the hour and half past the hour. This colourful and animated 50 slide PowerPoint presentation includes interactive activities, link to an introductory video, an accompanying worksheet, making your own clock template and a clock template which can be laminated to use with dry wipe pens. Units of Time - pupils are introduced to units of time (hours, minutes and seconds). This colourful 26 slide PowerPoint presentation includes an interactive quiz, accompanying worksheet and link to a time units song. Days of the Week - pupils will learn about the days of the week. This colourful and engaging 33 slide PowerPoint presentation includes interactive activities, 3 accompanying worksheets, wall display, link to a days of the week song and colouring page. Months of the Year - pupils will learn the Months of the Year. It includes an animated 26 slide PowerPoint presentation, interactive quiz, a class activity worksheet, worksheet to consolidate understanding and wall display. Sequencing Events - Charlie's Day - pupils are taught to sequence events in chronological order using language such as (before, after, next, first etc). This colourful 36 slide PowerPoint presentation includes an interactive class activity and an accompanying cut out worksheet. All our PowerPoint teaching resources are completely editable so that teachers can adapt, alter and revise them as much or as little as required.
KS2: Measures - LengthQuick View

KS2: Measures - Length

A complete resource pack (11 activities + assessment) for teaching length in KS2. Included in the pack is: plans for all activities; flipchart for lesson starters (ActivInspire, PowerPoint and PDF format); answer sheets (where applicable); a random worksheet generator (Excel) and a mini-assessment (for all metric measurements, not just length). The children will love the fun interactive activities, the "amazing length facts", the journey round Kilotown and much more! The random worksheet generator gives you access to thousands of worksheets at just the push of a button. This is all you will need for teaching length to your pupils. Objectives covered: Measure, compare, add and subtract: lengths (m/cm/mm); mass (kg/g); volume/capacity (l/ml) Convert between different units of measure [for example, kilometre to metre; hour to minute] Convert between different units of metric measure [for example, kilometre and metre; centimetre and metre; centimetre and millimetre; gram and kilogram; litre and millilitre] More like this... KS2 Measures - Mass Coordinates and Translations Equivalent Fractions Worksheet Generators - Bundle
Geometry: Measures 4 - Estimating Measures (scale / ratio) and Review  (+ resources)Quick View

Geometry: Measures 4 - Estimating Measures (scale / ratio) and Review (+ resources)

This is a part of a 5 lesson series on measures / conversion and is available as a bundle at a reduced price. 1. Metric and Imperial Equivalents / conversion 2. Metric Conversion 3. Imperial Conversion 4. Estimating Measures (Review) 5. Conversion in Area and Volume This lesson looks at the importance of estimating. It builds by looking at real life examples/ MWB activities to assess pupils understanding of estimating real life objects. Then a few examples, followed by past exam questions on the topic as well as other areas of measures as a review/consolidation. It comes importantly with answers / solutions. It also comes with lesson objectives, key words, starter and plenary activities. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.
Measure - WeightQuick View

Measure - Weight

4 day plan for teaching weight with 1 day NRICH activity. Plan covers - Heavier, lighter, more and less. Looks at non-standard measures of weight and capacity. *Also has hyperlinked starters for each day*
Mastery Maths - Angles - Drawing and Measuring AnglesQuick View

Mastery Maths - Angles - Drawing and Measuring Angles

Objective of this worksheet is to measure and draw angles. Contains 5 worksheets focusing on fluency, application, problem solving, reasoning and misconceptions. I use these sheets as starter activities to help with retention but can be used as a worksheet in class, bridging the gap or homework activity. Sheets in pdf and powerpoint which can be adapted to your classes needs.
Measuring in cmQuick View

Measuring in cm

This PowerPoint is designed to help children with their measuring. On each slide there is a picture of a pencil and a picture of a ruler. The ruler picture is meant to look like the stripy ones that you often get in Primary schools! Children have to work out how many cm long the pencil is by looking at where it comes up to on the ruler. When I used this I reminded children of how we need to put the ruler at the start of the pencil etc in order for it to be fair. Hope it is useful to someone. ------ By the way in response to the comment about how there are no 0s on the rulers- this is because we don't have 0s on these kinds of rulers in school! (The starting number is 1 which is why I made the powerpoint like this- it is what the children are used to).
Measuring in cmQuick View

Measuring in cm

A simple activity for children to measure balloon strings in cm then draw kite tails with a ruler in cm.