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Monday 22nd June 2020
WALT convert between different units of time.

Start today’s learning by looking at the maths starter of the day. Have a go at the questions and mark your work using the answer sheet provided before attempting today’s learning.
Today, we are going to finish up our time work with a little bit of converting between different units of time.
Tuesday 23rd June 2020
WALT convert measurements into kilograms and kilometers.

Start today’s learning by looking at the maths starter of the day. Have a go at the questions and mark your work using the answer sheet provided before attempting today’s learning.
Today, we are going to convert units of measure into kilometers and kilograms. The prefix ‘kilo-‘ means one thousand. So a kilogram is one thousand grams and a kilometer is one thousand meters.
Wednesday 24th June 2020
WALT understand and convert from millilitres and millimetres.

Start today’s learning by looking at the maths starter of the day. Have a go at the questions and mark your work using the answer sheet provided before attempting today’s learning.
Today, we are going to learn about millilitres and millimetres. These are tiny measurements in comparison to litres and kilometres. The prefix “milli-“ means 1/1000 (one thousandth of a) so 1mm is 0.001m.
Thursday 25th June 2020
WALT solve worded problems involving metric units of measure.

Start today’s learning by looking at the maths starter of the day. Have a go at the questions and mark your work using the answer sheet provided before attempting today’s learning.
Today, we are going to use our understanding of metric units in worded problems. Metric units are the units we use today. Metric units follow the place value (base 10) rules. Metric units are metres, litres and grams. We will look at imperial units tomorrow.
I would like you to choose your challenge. Have a go at answering the worded problems.
Good luck!
Friday 26th June 2020
WALT convert imperial units of measure into metric units.

Start today’s learning by looking at the maths starter of the day. Have a go at the questions and mark your work using the answer sheet provided before attempting today’s learning.
Today, we are going to convert from imperial units of measure into metric units. Imperial measures do not follow base 10 rules. Some of these measurements include pints, miles, yards, feet, ounces and pounds.
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