weighing and measuringQuick View

weighing and measuring

this is used to weigh flour/pasta and measure water- useful before practicals take place to ensure accurate measuring
leannep83
Introducing weighing in gramsQuick View

Introducing weighing in grams

Two linked worksheets to weighing in grams. Estimating and weighing How to show the weight on a scale using 100g divisions up to 1kg
etaalpha
Weighing gramsQuick View

Weighing grams

Mental and oral starter - ordering grams on a number line. Main activity to estimate objects around the classroom that are more or less than 500g. To then record the weight of objects to the nearest 100g. Compare what objects are lighter and heavier.
joop09
Weigh it upQuick View

Weigh it up

In this busy session, children learn about shops and what it was like to shop for food in the past. They use scales to measure out ingredients, make shopping lists and bake cakes! Suitable for years 1 and 2. Find other lesson plans and resources at www.hamilton-trust.org.uk.
HamiltonTrust
Weighing scales problems 3 differentiated sheetsQuick View

Weighing scales problems 3 differentiated sheets

Year 3 maths weight problems Children have to use problem solving to work out the weights of the different shapes on the opposite side of the scale. Then once they have worked out the weights of the different shapes, they then work out the weight of the mystery boxes. Differentiated by difficulty of division and addition of weights.
lilvix
Measuring and weighing challengesQuick View

Measuring and weighing challenges

Weight, length and capacity questions for children to solve practically. I spaced the questions round the room with the appropriate equipment for children to solve each question with a partner.
lmr236
Living on Mars webquestQuick View

Living on Mars webquest

Simple basic webquest on humans possibly living on the planet Mars. Questions discuss Human contact with Mars Gravity and seasons on Mars How long a year on Mars is and how it snows on Mars Ends with a math problem having the students find out how much someone weighing 150lbs on Earth would weigh on Mars. Over time internet links change, if the link is broken please contact me. takes about 30min to complete
bmw2182
Dramatic Play Post Office - Preschool and KindergartenQuick View

Dramatic Play Post Office - Preschool and Kindergarten

Create an authentic and fun post office setting for your preschool or kindergarten dramatic play area! Included in this colorful set: - Open Sign (two sizes) - Closed Sign (two sizes) - Vocabulary Cards - Two price lists - Stamp Sheet (color & B&W) - Banner - Main Sign - Hours Sign - Weigh Here Sign - Pay Here Sign - Design Your Own Stamps sheet - Letter form - Postcard Back - 3 Postcard Fronts (can be colored in) - Job Tags - Receipts (color & B&W) - Blank Labels in a PPT file (use with the font Dimbo)
ktdesign
Grams, Kilograms, and Liters Common Core Third Grade 5 day UnitQuick View

Grams, Kilograms, and Liters Common Core Third Grade 5 day Unit

100% Common Core Aligned This unit is designed to correlate with the third grade common core standard MCC3.MD.2: (Can be adapted to other grade levels) Measure and Estimate Liquid Volumes and Masses of Objects using standard units of grams, kilograms, and liters. This is a 5 day unit in which each lesson contains an essential question, activating strategy, teaching strategy, summarizer, lesson resources, and more. The unit also includes vocabulary posters, an assessment, and homework pages for each lesson. It is truly all you need to teach this standard. Day One; Understanding Grams and Kilograms: Includes weighing items on a scale, understanding that a gram weighs about a paper clip and a kg is about the weight of a dictionary. Students will have practicing measuring grams. Day Two: When to use grams and kilograms. This lesson focuses more on estimating how many grams and kilograms an item may be and when to use grams and when to use kilograms when measuring items. This lesson contains a set of 24 task cards, recording sheet, and answer sheet. Day Three: Liters. Students will be introduced to liters and see how much liquid volume a liter contains. Students will decide if objects contain less than a liter, more than a liter, and about a liter. Day Four: Word problems involving grams, kilograms, and liters. Students will solve word problems using these measurements. They will be asked to solve the problems using numbers, pictures, and words. Day Five; Assessment. Students will be given an assessment on this standard.
katiewillis5
Halloween Theme Centers and ActivitiesQuick View

Halloween Theme Centers and Activities

Halloween Theme Centers and Activities are perfect for 2nd and 3rd Grade Classrooms. It has over 50 pages of reading, math, writing, and science activities and centers to use for the month of October. The ideas in this pack are intended to reinforce the skills you are already learning in the classroom. Here is what's included in this pack: Math: Coordinate Grid and Ordered Pair Left, Right, Center with addition or multiplication Pumpkin Sticks -addition or multiplication Catch A Snack - addition or multiplication Odd/Even Game Combination Pumpkins M&M Activity using addition/multiplication Pumpkin Math-use a real pumpkin to estimate, weigh, and measure Freaky Frank Math Reading/Writing: Syllable Game or Center-Use Halloween words to find how many syllables are in the words ABC Order Race It used to be a pumpkin seed... Boggle Board Noun/Verb/Adjective Game Science: How many Candy Corns can you stack before it falls? Will the candy sink or float? What happens when you put a piece of candy in water? Other: Game Board for any subject. Use the game boards for other games using spelling words, math facts, and/or reading comprehension questions. A recipe for Roasting Pumpkin Seeds. Many activities to keep students busy all month long!
teacherstakeout
Density, volume, and weight: comparison and calculation . Gallery walk Sci/MathQuick View

Density, volume, and weight: comparison and calculation . Gallery walk Sci/Math

This was one of the best review density lessons I did with my middle school science class on how the density of a material doesn't change no matter the size or weight it has. It was also a good way to tie into and review finding the volume of a rectangular prism. Included 9 slide powerpoint (7 slides to print and hang on the wall or in a station) 2 pages for student data collection and questions 2 pages Teacher answer key Directions Print out the 7 slides from the powerpoint hang on wall or use at stations. Each slide provides the density for each 2 metals. (students copy this down) They then find out the metal type using the key on the student handout sheet. Each slide has 2 different size cubes on it, students must find the volume for each cube using the measurements provided. Once finding the volume for the cube, students must then find out how much it would weigh using the density of the metal from the slide. Then they must decide if the metals where both melted which one would float on the other. Or for the slide that is the same metal just different size cubes that they have the same density. There are 3 followup questions on density to get them thinking. I didn't let my students use calculators for this activity and we reviewed and discussed the answers as a class at the end. Measurements in inches and pounds. takes 50-60min for my 6th graders to complete
bmw2182