Mass

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Outcomes & Indicators

Early Stage One

MES1.4: Compares the masses of two objects and describes mass using everyday language.
Indicators:
  • Identify and describe the attribute of mass.
  • Compare the masses of two objects by pushing, pulling or hefting or using an equal arm balance.
  • Record comparisons informally.
Stage One
MS1.4: Estimates, measures, compares and records the masses of two or more objects using informal units.
Indicators:
  • Estimate and measure the mass of an object using an equal arm balance and appropriate informal units.
  • Compare and order two or more objects according to mass.
  • Record measurements by referring to the number and types of informal units used.
Stage Two
MS2.4: Estimates, measures, compares and records masses using kilograms and grams.
Indicators:
  • Recognise the need for a formal unit to measure mass.
  • Estimate, measure, compare and record masses using kilograms and grams.
Stage Three
MS3.4: Selects and uses the appropriate unit and measuring device to find the mass of objects.
Indicators:
  • Select and use the appropriate unit and device to measure mass.
  • Recognise the need for tonnes.
  • Convert between kilograms and grams and between kilograms and tonnes.
  • Record mass using decimal notation to three decimal places.


Interactive Activities

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Matching PairsMPmeasure.png
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At the Vet (S2)
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Bamzooki (S2)
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Balancing Animals (ES1)balancinganimals.png

Balancing Animals with Weights (S2)balancinganimals2.png



Smart Notebook Activities

Basic interactive for introducing an equal arm balance.










iPad Apps