Have you been looking at how to integrate the measurement strand into your classroom?
Are you confused about what order to teach things? or
Do you have a multi-level classroom that makes planning difficult?
Do you need a resource you can dip into?
Look no further
This growing bundle is for you. It is designed for 5-10 year olds. Learning objectives are outlined and a brief explanation of each activity is provided too.
This resource is unique combining Montessori knowledge and understanding of mainstream curriculum.
As always our resources feature a diverse range of people and encourage discussion of different perspectives and world views.
Time: 96 pages
Covers AM/PM, sequencing times through the day, understanding the words fast and slow, comparing time taken to complete a task, days of the week and comparative words, reading clocks to the hour, understanding how long it takes to complete a task, using a calendar, understanding the origins of the calendar, understanding the terms half a year etc, reading an analogue clock to the half and quarter hour, measure any time on an analogue clock, converting between analogue and digital, solving word problems.
Temperature: 29 pages (Celsius and Fahrenheit versions)
Learning vocabulary to compare temperatures using everyday language, describing relative temperatures using degrees, understand how temperature affects the everyday things we do, read a thermometer and state whether a temperature is hot, warm or cold, understand and apply integers, record weather temperatures.
Length, Width and Height: 52 pages (page count includes both metric and customary)
Compare two lengths by direct comparison and say which is longer, taller or shorter. Measuring using non standard units: plastic connecting cubes. Measuring using a ruler. Comparing cm/m or inches/feet. Understanding measurement vocabulary. Measure items in the class. Know measurements and their equivalents, Solve measurement equations.
72 pages (page count includes both metric and customary)
Includes materials to help students:
- Learn simple vocabulary to compare volume.
- Compare amounts using non-standard units.
- Apply volume and capacity knowledge to a range of contexts.
- Estimate and measure the capacity of amounts using standard units (customary and metric)
- Know the use of standard measurement units in everyday contexts
- Convert between units of measurement
- Solve volume problems by calculating length x width x height using a range of strategies.
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