# KS2 SAT Booster: Measurement

KS2 SAT Booster: Measurement We continue to study past SAT Papers in detail and this week take a close look at measurement questions that have come up recently. There is often a relatively easy question, such as how many days are there in 3 consecutive months, but of course, this is only easy if the […]

# Year 2 and 3: Measuring Length

Year 2 and 3: Measuring Length Measuring length is the subject of our latest Year 2 worksheets. With two sets on measuring using centimetres, two on choosing the best unit to measure with and a further two on comparing lengths, they are part of a great collection of measurement pages. Of course, much of the […]

# Year 4: Using Mixed Units

Year 4: Using Mixed Units Some fun and challenging work for Year 4 children working with mixed units. Each line has to add up to the same total, but the units of measurement are mixed; they might be given in kilograms and grams or litres and millilitres. The key here is to be able to […]

# Year 3 Measurement

Year 3 Measurement Using routes and distances between towns and villages is a good way to work with measurement in kilometres and we have just published two great sets of pages on this. Some of the places such as Bolton Hill and West Moon are imaginary, but the routes ambien online no prescription cheap from […]

# Year 3 Measurement: using recipes

Year 3 Measurement: using recipes Recipes contain a great mixture of weights, measures and sequencing, making them a superb resource for problem solving in maths. Our latest sets of measurement worksheets for Year 3 are all about recipes, scaling the ingredients up or down to make the right amounts. Of course, you could even try […]

# Year 4 Measurement

Year 4 Measurement Measurement is a subject that can be easily overlooked but is very important for developing real life skills. Within the National Curriculum measurement includes measuring length, mass, temperature and volume/capacity. But it also includes money and time. For several year groups we have separate categories for money and time as they are […]

# Year 1 Measurement: new resources

Year 1 Measurement: new resources If there is one area of the maths curriculum where plenty of practical opportunities are needed it is in Measurement. Children are expected to make a huge amount of progress with Measurement during Year 1. They begin by making simple comparisons, side by side with no counting, for example comparing […]

# Year 6 Measurement Programme of Study (statutory requirements)

Year 6 Measurement Programme of Study Year 6 Measurement There are some very hard concepts involved with Measurement in Year 6. Conversion of units of measurement continues to be a key element, and it is suggested that converting between units such as kilometres and miles is done graphically. Converting metric units should be done with […]

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# Year 5 Measurement

Year 5 Measurement The metric system takes centre stage in the new Year 5 Measurement Programme of Study, emphasising the importance of converting between different units of metric measures. By the end of Year 5 children should know the following relationships between metric units: 1 kilometre      = 1 000 metres 1 metre    = 100 […]

# Year 4 Measurement Programme of Study (statutory requirements)

Year 4 Measurement Programme of Study The statutory requirements for Measurement in Year 4 are: Pupils should be taught to: •    convert between different units of measure (e.g. kilometre to metre; hour to minute) •    measure and calculate the perimeter of a rectilinear figure (including squares) in centimetres and metres •    find the area of […]

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