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Compare 2 points on a scale and work out what the scale is of each increment.. Ideal starter activity or combine several for main lesson use. Each worksheet increases in difficulty. Another free resource from 12xtables.co.uk
This worksheet has three stages of differentiation. It contains scales that have intervals of 1,2,5,10,20,100,200,0.1.
I hope this is useful I have looked everywhere for a worksheet like this and couldn't find one so decided to make one myself!
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This power point reinforces units of measurement alongside allowing pupils to refine their ability to read a range of different skills. The power point includes a range of independent activities differentiated five ways to improve the pace of the lesson. Children to practice firstly reading intervals before moving on to read scaled in cm, mm, kg, g, ml, l and degrees celsius. The plenary consists of a quiz to allow children to demonstrate their new knowledge.
Range of resources to be used across a week on measurement. Can be adapted for different year group.
ordering activity cards for both volume and mass
differentiated worksheets for reading and converting ml and l
differentiated worksheets for reading and converting g and kg
display weight labels
jug image to laminate which children can use to make up measures
These are homework sheets which also contain a QR code to a tutorial video if the students require. I have used similar before and parents (and children) have found the QR code very useful and should avoid the "I don't get it" excuse as they can get help via the QR code. The tutorials have been made using the app Explain Everything if you are interested. Topics covered include symmetry and transformations, volume of cubes/cuboids, metric and imperial measures (including conversion). Each sheet comes with answers.
MEASURING LIQUID VOLUME USING STANDARD UNITS
Math Teaching Resources - Measuring Liquid Volume Using Standard Units
In this teaching resource students learn how to measure liquid volume using standard units of measurement. The resource uses engaging images and animation to support the teaching and learning of Grade 3 Measurement and Data objectives. ‘Measuring Liquid Volume Using Standard Units’ includes an interactive PowerPoint presentation and one worksheet.
To preview Math Teaching Resources - Measuring Liquid Volume Using Standard Units please click on the images from the PowerPoint opposite