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# Unit Overview: Measures

## Lessons:

15 lessons

### Reading weighing scales with different intervals

In this lesson, we will identify the value of intervals on a scale in order to round mass of an object to the nearest interval.

• 1 Quiz
• 22m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Weighing and comparing masses in mixed units

In this lesson, we will weigh different masses in mixed units of kilograms and grams.

• 2 Quizzes
• 17m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Estimating masses

In this lesson, we will use prior knowledge to estimate masses and then work out any differences compared to the actual mass.

• 2 Quizzes
• 19m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Measuring volume

In this lesson, we will identify the value of intervals on a scale in order to round the volume of a container.

• 2 Quizzes
• 16m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Measuring and comparing capacities in mixed units

In this lesson, we will measure capacities of different containers in litres and millilitres.

• 2 Quizzes
• 13m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Estimating capacity

In this lesson, we will use prior knowledge to estimate capacity and then work out the difference with the actual capacity.

• 2 Quizzes
• 15m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Mass and capacity

In this lesson, we will review the difference between mass and capacity by reading scales and estimating mass and capacity.

• 2 Quizzes
• 17m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Using bar models for addition and subtraction problems

In this lesson, we will review bar models and match bar models to word problems.

• 2 Quizzes
• 12m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Drawing bar models to represent word problems

In this lesson, we will learn to add and subtract in mixed units to help us draw bar models to represent word problems

• 2 Quizzes
• 12m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Using bar models to represent addition and subtraction word problems

In this lesson, we will use our knowledge of bar models to interpret if a word problem requires addition or subtraction.

• 2 Quizzes
• 16m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Using bar modelling to represent multiplication and division word problems

In this lesson, we will use our knowledge of bar models to match bar models to multiplication and division word problems.

• 2 Quizzes
• 13m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Drawing bar models to represent multiplication and division word problems

In this lesson, we will use our knowledge of bar models to help us answer multiplication and division word problems.

• 2 Quizzes
• 17m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Using bar models to represent measurement problems

In this lesson, we will use our knowledge of bar models to interpret if a word problem requires multiplication or division.

• 2 Quizzes
• 16m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Drawing bar models to help us with measuring word problems

In this lesson, we will review all the skills learnt about drawing bar models for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division word problems.

• 2 Quizzes
• 18m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

### Solving problems using measures

In this lesson, we will plan a trip to the beach to celebrate all our fantastic work. We will use all our knowledge about measuring mass and capacity and using bar models to help us find solutions.

• 2 Quizzes
• 20m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript