Using standard and non-standard units when measuring

In this lesson you will be measuring items with non standard units and estimating length.

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Quiz:

Using standard and non-standard units when measuring

Estimate whether these objects are greater than a metre or less than a metre.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.Measuring up to the ceiling

1/5

Q2.Your hand

2/5

Q3.A rubber

3/5

Q4.The height of your school building

4/5

Q5.Your finger nail

5/5

Quiz:

Using standard and non-standard units when measuring

Estimate whether these objects are greater than a metre or less than a metre.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.Measuring up to the ceiling

1/5

Q2.Your hand

2/5

Q3.A rubber

3/5

Q4.The height of your school building

4/5

Q5.Your finger nail

5/5

Lesson summary: Using standard and non-standard units when measuring

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