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I used this as part of a Teddy Bears Picnic day with a mixed class of year 1s and 2s. Each child had bought in a teddy bear. I led an input measuring using non-standard measures i.e. cubes (year 1s) and then standard measures i.e. cm (year 2s). Activity: Using the worksheet, children measure their teddy first, and then go around the class measuring and recording other children's teddy bears. Extention task: measuring and recording other aspects of a teddy e.g. nose, ears, arms etc. Plenary: Discuss the tallest and shortest teddy bears and fill in the final 2 sentences as a class.
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10 years ago

A delightful activity for KS1 that I'm sure engages all the children in measuring and data handling. Good differentiation.

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