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year 6 measuring

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Year 6: Measuring

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Measuring Length

Most things we now measure in metric units. However for distances to towns and people’s heights we tend to still use imperial measurements.

The length of my pencil is 19cm

My dad is 6 foot 2 inches tall (6’ 2”)

Newcastle is 16 miles away.

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Understanding Length

This digit is worth 10m. There are 10 of these in 100m.

This digit is worth 1km. There are 10 of these in 10km

This digit is worth 100m. There are 10 of these in 1km

This digit is worth 1m. There are 10 of these in 10 metres.

This digit is worth 10km.

…and 1,000 metres in a kilometre!

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Understanding Length

Remember:

10mm = 1cm

100cm = 1 metre

1,000 metres = 1km

Click on the question mark to find out the missing measurement.

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Understanding Length

60cm

0cm

10cm

20cm

40cm

50cm

70cm

100cm

30cm

80cm

90cm

0cm

10cm

20cm

30cm

40cm

50cm

60cm

70cm

80cm

90cm

1 met.

There are 100cm in 1 metre

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Understanding Length

0mm

5mm

10mm

20mm

30mm

40mm

50mm

0cm

1cm

2cm

3cm

4cm

5cm

There are 10mm in 1cm

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Measuring to the nearest mm

Click on the object to see what it measures. Click on the object again to make it disappear.

0

1cm

2cm

3cm

4cm

5cm

6cm

7cm

8cm

9cm

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Understanding Weight

Remember:

1,000g = 1kg

Click on the question mark to find out the missing measurement.

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Click on the object to see what it weighs

0g

350g

50g

300g

100g

250g

150g

200g

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Using Different ScalesChoose weights to show the numbers on the scales (Click again to make the numbers disappear)

0 to 400g

0 to 3kg

0g

0g

0g

0g

0g

2.8kg

700g

140g

1,400g1.4kg

350g

200g

400g

100g

20g

50g

0 to 800g

2.4kg

1,200g1.2kg

600g

120g

300g

800g

400g

200g

40g

100g

0 to 160g

1,000g

1kg

2kg

100g

500g

250g

1.2kg

60g

300g

600g

150g

0 to 1.6kg

1.6kg

80g

400g

800g

200g

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Interpreting Scales

Change Scale

60g

1.25kg

50g

20g

1.5kg

120g

240g

24g

200g

100g

70g

1.75kg

28g

140g

280g

40g

1kg

16g

80g

160g

80g

2kg

32g

160g

320g

750g

30g

12g

60g

120g

2.25kg

90g

36g

360g

180g

500g

20g

8g

40g

80g

100g

2.5kg

40g

400g

200g

10g

250g

4g

40g

20g

110g

2.75kg

44g

440g

220g

Click on each interval line to make the arrow appear. Click in the same place to make it disappear.

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Teacher’s Resource: Scales

1.75kg

0g

0g

0g

0g

0g

0g

5g

1kg

40g

50g

0.5kg

250g

100g

10g

80g

2kg

1kg

500g

3kg

120g

1.5kg

15g

150g

750g

160g

2kg

200g

4kg

20g

1kg

1.25kg

250g

25g

2.5kg

5kg

200g

240g

3kg

30g

300g

6kg

1.5kg

350g

280g

35g

7kg

3.5kg

40g

8kg

4kg

320g

400g

2kg

2.25kg

450g

4.5kg

9kg

45g

360g

50g

400g

5kg

10kg

500g

2.5kg

0g

10g

20g

30g

40g

50g

60g

70g

80g

90g

100g

Change Scale

Add Weight

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Choosing Units of Measurement

Which unit of measurement would you use to measure these objects?

The length of my fingernail

The distance to Manchester

The length of the classroom

The length of a pencil

Height of your friend

The distance to your holiday destination

The height of a building

The thickness of a book

measuring capacity
Measuring Capacity

Capacity is measured in millilitres (ml).

There are 1,000ml in a litre.

Click on the object to see how many ml everyday objects use.

A jug contains 1,000ml (1 litre)

A teaspoon of medicine contains 5ml.

A ‘pint’ of milk contains 568ml of milk.

A soft drink can contains 300ml

A family bottle of lemonade contains 2 litres.

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Using a Measuring Container

140ml

Click on each object to see how much water it contains:

120ml

100ml

80ml

60ml

40ml

20ml

0ml

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Teacher’s Resource: Measuring Container

140ml

14ml

700ml

3.5l

350ml

Change Scale

600ml

3l

300ml

12ml

120ml

2.5l

100ml

10ml

500ml

250ml

Add Water

8ml

80ml

400ml

200ml

2l

1.5l

150ml

6ml

60ml

300ml

200ml

1l

4ml

100ml

40ml

50ml

20ml

2ml

100ml

0.5l

0ml

0ml

0ml

0ml

0ml

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Understanding Capacity

Remember:

1,000ml = 1L

Click on the question mark to find out the missing measurement.

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Perimeter

6cm

3cm

6cm + 6cm + 3cm + 3cm = 18cm

3cm

3cm

5cm + 5cm + 3cm + 3cm = 16cm

5cm

5cm

Perimeter is how long a shape is around the outside.

6cm

8cm

8cm + 8cm + 2cm + 2cm = 20cm

3cm

2cm

2cm

8cm

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Perimeter

12cm

6cm

6cm

Perimeter is how long a shape is around the outside.

12cm

12cm +

6cm +

12cm +

6cm =

The perimeter is 36cm

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A Square

A

Rectangle

6cm

5cm

Can you work out the perimeter of these shapes?

The square has a perimeter of 20cm(5cm + 5cm + 5cm + 5cm)

3cm

The rectangle has a perimeter of 18cm(3cm + 6cm + 3cm + 6cm)

4cm

4cm

The triangle has a perimeter of 12cm(4cm + 4cm + 4cm)

4cm

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An Isosceles Triangle

A Rhombus

A Rectangle

6cm

7cm

40cm

6cm

A perimeter of 24cm

A perimeter of 18cm

4cm

Can you work out the perimeter of these shapes?

24cm

12cm

A perimeter of 128cm

5cm

8cm

8cm

A perimeter of 40cm (Not all sides are labelled!)

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Calculating Area

The area is how much space a shape takes up.

This shape has an area of 12cm².

This shape has an area of 20cm² (There are 20 ‘1cm’ squares inside)

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Calculating Area

16cm²

16cm²

24cm²

What is the area of each shape? Click on the shapes to reveal each answer.

14cm²

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Calculating Area

8cm

4cm

2cm

16cm²

4cm

6cm

16cm²

4cm

The quick way of calculating area is to multiply length x width.

24cm²

Watch carefully, and you will also notice there is a quick way of calculating area.

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Calculating Area

6cm

4cm

2cm

12cm²

The quick way of calculating area is to multiply length x width.

5cm

6cm

20cm²

3cm

18cm²

Calculate the area of these shapes. Click on each shape to reveal the answer

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4cm

32cm²

9cm

8cm

108cm²

12cm

6cm

24cm²

Can you find the area of these shapes?Click each shape to reveal the answer

4cm

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30cm²

14cm²

8cm²

19cm²

Can you find the area of these shapes?

12cm²

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The area is 80cm²

10cm

50cm²

60cm²

8cm

6cm

10cm

3cm

+ 9cm²

7cm

+ 20cm²

The area is 59cm²

5cm

10cm

Finally can you find the area of these shapes? (Clue: can the shapes be divided up into smaller rectangles?)

4cm

8cm

The area is 48cm²(64cm² - 16cm²)

4cm

What is the area of the shaded orange part?

8cm