Friday 3rd April 2020
WALT measure capacity and volume
This lesson is another practical one but you also have a table to record your results in.
First, work through the powerpoint to answer the starter question. Then watch the video of Miss Hemmings modelling the task.
Thursday 2nd April 2020
WALT explore volume and capacity
This lesson is practical so make sure you are near your sink! Watch Miss Hemmings teach you all about volume and capacity. Pause the video to answer the questions and use the correct mathematical language to describe each jug.
As a challenge, investigate these practically with your containers at home! What did you find out?
Wednesday 1st April 2020
WALT compare mass using non-standard measurements
Work through the powerpoint, measuring how many cubes each object weighs. Compare two objects on the scales to see which is heavier and which is lighter.
There are challenge cards available at the end if you would like to have a go!
Tuesday 31st March 2020
WALT measure mass
Yesterday, you looked at different scales and compared objects using different mathematical language such as heavier, lighter, heaviest, lightest.
Today's lesson is focusing on measuring mass. If you have balancing scales at home, you can use these to weigh different objects e.g. how many pencils does an apple weigh?
Work through the powerpoint and discuss each picture. The star tasks are on slide 8 for you to choose from.
Have a go at this mastery problem. How did you work it out?
Monday 30th March 2020
WALT compare the mass of different objects
Work through the Powerpoint to learn all about weight. This lesson is practical so you will need to find some different objects around your house.
The different star tasks are on slide 11 of the Powerpoint for you to choose from. There is also a further challenge at the end.
Choose an activity from a star you feel confident with:-
Use a ruler marked in cm to measure straight horizontal lines.