Spend 10 minutes on each of these websites:
TT Rockstars: https://ttrockstars.com/
Spelling Shed: https://www.spellingshed.com/
Have a look at this question.
Mo has done something wrong here..... What have they done wrong?
If you're not sure, go back to yesterday's lesson and look at the note to remember!
Measuring in m
Yesterday, we looked at measuring in centimetres (cm). Centimetres are quite a small measurement and we can use them for measuring small items such as pencils, or remote controls.
What happens when we want to measure a really big item? Like the length of a room, or the garden?
For this, we use a measurement called metres.
1 metre is made up of 100cm.
So, rather than counting in 100cm, 200cm, 300cm....
We can just count 1m, 2m, 3m...
You may not have a metre stick in your house, so if you can find a tape measure use this.
Find the point at 100cm....... this is 1m.
Today we are going to use this measure to see if you can find objects that are larger / smaller than 1m.
You can measure lengths across (rooms, gardens, furniture)
You can measure the height os something (doors, fences)
Use the sheet below to record your answers.