Mass

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#### Level contents

- * Assessment for the whole of Level 6
- ** Assessment test answers
- *** Assessment test records
- 6:00 Concept Dictionary - Mass
- Teaching points extracted from worksheets showing the development of concepts from Mass from Year 0 to Year 6
- 6:01 Measurement
- Match each measuring instrument to the units that it could measure. Match the label to the units used to measure it (strands of measurement). Convert units of measurement. Choose the appropriate measuring device and unit of measurement.
- 6:02 Mass
- Write the unit used to measure each mass - g, kg, t. Which type of scales would you use to find each mass? Circle the most reasonable estimate for the mass of each object.
- 6:03 Mass
- Match each fraction kg to each measurement in g and add. Write each fraction of a tonne in kilograms. Match the masses in kg to the masses in t. Convert between g, kg and t.
- 6:04 Grams, kilograms & tonnes
- Circle the masses needed to balance the objects then find the total mass. Convert between masses- g, kg and t. Find the masses.
- 6:04PT Progress test
- Test of Mass
- 6:05 Net weight
- Write the gross mass of each object. Match the container and contents. Find each net mass.
- 6:05E Mass
- Match objects to their likely mass, problem solving involving mass, net aand gross mass.
- 6:06 Mass and volume of water
- Find the volume then the mass of the water, given the mass of the container. Find total mass and total volume. Compare the masses of water, oil and honey.
- 6:06E Mass and volume of water
- Extension page. Find the mass of each volume of water given. Find the volume then the mass of water, given the mass of the container. Internet research - using water to weigh heavy objects. Find liquids lighter/ heavier than water. Find average family daily consumption of water.
- 6:07 Mass problems
- Solve mass problems involving net mass, average mass and load capacities.
- 6:07C Measurement problems
- Using a recipe involving mass units as well as volume units, problem solving involving a mixture of measurement units.
- 6:07PT Progress test
- Test of Mass
- 6:AC New Maths Builder Texts
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- 6:ACC Year 6 Cover
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- 6:MG00C Contents: Year 6 Maths Builder text
- Contents
- 6:MG00D Answers: 6:MG01-6:MG27
- The answers to the Year 6 Maths Builder text 6:MG01-6:MG27
- 6:MG00E Answers: 6:MG27C-6:MG56
- The answers to the Year 6 Maths Builder text 6:MG027C-6:MG56
- 6:MG09 Kilograms and tonnes
- Complete the problems, if 1 tonne = 1 000 kilograms. Change each mass from kilograms to tonnes, and tonnes to kilograms. Discuss what we would measure in tonnes and how this would be done. Estimate how many students would weigh 1 tonne altogether. Circle the heavier mass.
- 6:MG09C Grams and kilograms
- Change each measurement to grams. Match each item to its mass. Write the masses in order, from lightest to heaviest. Add the masses in grams. Find the total mass in kilograms and grams.
- 6:MG10 Mass
- Write the unit used to measure each mass - g, kg, t. Which type of scales would you use to find each mass? Circle the most reasonable estimate for the mass of each object.
- 6:MG11 Mass
- Match each fraction kg to each measurement in g and add. Write each fraction of a tonne in kilograms. Match the masses in kg to the masses in t. Convert between g, kg and t.
- 6:MG11C Milligrams
- To measure parts of a gram we use milligrams.
- 6:MG27 Grams, kilograms & tonnes
- Circle the masses needed to balance the objects then find the total mass. Convert between masses- g, kg and t. Find the masses.
- 6:MG27C Net mass
- Write the gross mass of each object. Match the container and contents. Find each net mass.
- 6:MG28 Mass and volume of water
- Find the volume then the mass of the water, given the mass of the container. Find total mass and total volume. Compare the masses of water, oil and honey.
- 6:MG29 Problem solving with mass
- Solve mass problems involving net mass, average mass and load capacities.
- 6:MG29C Mass
- Match objects to their likely mass, problem solving involving mass, net aand gross mass.