Volume and Capacity

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- * Assessment for the whole of Level 6
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- *** Assessment test records
- 6:00 Concept Dictionary - Volume and Capac...
- Teaching points extracted from worksheets showing the development of concepts from Volume and Capacity from Year 0 to Year 6
- 6:01 Measurement
- Match each measuring instrument to the units that it could measure. Match each measurement label to the units used to measure it. Complete unit conversions. What device and unit would you use to measure the given objects.
- 6:02 Millilitres and litres
- Write measurements in the short form. Write the unit used to measure the capacity of each container. Write each capacity as a fraction and decimal of a litre, and add capacities. How many 250mL cups could be filled from each container? Estimate and draw the water levels in each container shown. Write measurements in L and mL.
- 6:02PT Progress test
- Test of Volume and Capacity
- 6:03 Cubic centimetres and cubic metres
- Writing cubic centimetres and cubic metres in short form, estimating volume, finding the volume of models of rectangular prisms,using the formula V = L x B x H.
- 6:04 Measuring volume
- Find volume of objects by displacement - changing water level, overflow or making a mould. Complete the table.
- 6:05 Volume by displacement
- Complete the sentences about displacement. Find volumes of given objects using displacement. Match the object to the amount of water it would displace and its volume. Complete the table.
- 6:05PT Progress test
- Test of Volume and Capacity
- 6:06 Millilitres and litres
- Match each container with its volume in mL and L. Estimate the volume of liquid left in each container. Convert given volumes between mL or L. Estimate how many different sized cups could be filled by the bottle shown. Share fairly between given numbers of people.
- 6:07 Calculating volume
- Find the volumes of rectangular prisms using formula - volume = length x breadth x height
- 6:07PT Progress test
- Test of Volume and Capacity
- 6:08 Surface area / volume of prisms
- Finding the surface area and volume of each rectangular prism shown.
- 6:09 Volume and capacity
- What unit would be used to measure the capacity of each object, centimetres or metres cubed? Interpret advertisements for fridges in regards to capacity and volume. Find volumes and compare with capacities.
- 6:09PT Progress test
- Test of Volume and Capacity
- 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
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- 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:MG36 Volume of a prism
- Finding the volume of a prism using layers, cubic centimetres, volume of a model.
- 6:MG36C Volume in layers
- Find the volume of the models - 1 block = 1 cm cubed. Complete the grid to show how many cubic centimetre blocks were used in each. What is the volume of a model made to the given specifications.
- 6:MG37 Calculating volume
- Find the volumes of rectangular prisms using formula - volume = length x breadth x height
- 6:MG38 Calculating volume
- Find the volume of each prism using: Volume = Length x Breadth x Height. Complete the tables by finding the volume of each prism.
- 6:MG38C Calculating volume
- Use the formula, Volume = Length x Breadth x Height V = L x B x H to find the volume of each model. Find the volume of a prism with the given measurements
- 6:MG46 The metric system and decimals
- Change millilitres to litres. Show each measurement using a decimal point. Change the measurements to kilograms. Order measurements from lightest to heaviest. What is the capacity of each group of containers? Which group holds most/ least etc.
- 6:MG46C Millilitres and litres
- Match each container with its volume in mL and L. Estimate the volume of liquid left in each container. Convert given volumes between mL or L. Estimate how many different sized cups could be filled by the bottle shown. Share fairly between given numbers of people.
- 6:MG47 Millilitres and litres
- Write measurements in the short form. Write the unit used to measure the capacity of each container. Write each capacity as a fraction and decimal of a litre, and add capacities. How many 250mL cups could be filled from each container? Estimate and draw the water levels in each container shown. Write measurements in L and mL.
- 6:MG47C Kilolitres and megalitres
- Write the most suitable unit for measuring the capacity of each, L, kL or ML.
- 6:MG48 Millilitres and cubic centimetres
- Follow the procedure - To show the relationship between millilitres and cubic centimetres, using blocks to displace water. Complete the table.
- 6:MG48C Volume by displacement
- Complete the sentences about displacement. Find volumes of given objects using displacement. Match the object to the amount of water it would displace and its volume. Complete the table.
- 6:MG49 Volume of irregular solids
- Find the volume of each irregular solid by displacement - 1 mL = 1 cubic cm.
- 6:MG49C Measuring volume
- Find volume of objects by displacement - changing water level, overflow or making a mould. Complete the table.
- 6:MG50 Cubic centimetres and cubic metres
- Writing cubic centimetres and cubic metres in short form, estimating volume, finding the volume of models of rectangular prisms,using the formula V = L x B x H.
- 6:MG50C Calculating volume
- Find the volumes of rectangular prisms using formula - volume = length x breadth x height
- 6:MG50S Volume and capacity
- What unit would be used to measure the capacity of each object, centimetres or metres cubed? Interpret advertisements for fridges in regards to capacity and volume. Find volumes and compare with capacities.