Units of Measurement
Use your knowledge of units of measurement to help Jack the briliant builder finish the job properly. Jack is looking at different types of instruments which measure different tyes of things, it is up to you to tell Jack what kind of weighing/capacity measureing device uses which unit. What do we use to measure the capacity of water in a jug, or the length of a block of wood? Use your expertise and help Jack match the correct terms!
Use your knowledge of units of measurement to help Jack the briliant builder finish the job properly. Jack needs your help again, this time, he needs to measure the weight of parcels. Can you help him read the scales and give him the correct unit of measurement so he can send his parcels off?
Reading Volume and Capacity
Use your knowledge of units of measurement to help Jack the briliant builder finish the job properly. This time jack needs assistance with reading volume and understanding capacity, there are jugs filled with water, but Jack cannot read how much water is in there. Help Jack, and don;t be afraid to ask him to help with the difficult spellings!
Use your knowledge of units of measurement to help Jack the briliant builder finish the job properly. Finally, Jack needs your help for the last time in measuing the length of an assortment of pencils, using a ruler. Using centimetres and reading rom the ruler, can you give Jack the correct answer?
Fill the Box
In this fun activity, you are the boss. Have great fun playing around with the box net, you can select the width, depth and height of the box, then use the small, medium and large bricks to fill the box up. Click on the sides of the box to make them flap up and see if the cubes you've used fill the entire capacity of the box. You can make the box as big or small as you like. This is a great spacial/visual activity that is strangely addictive and useful for understanding and visualising capacity, making it a great deal easier to learn.
Isometric Drawing Tool
The isometric drawing tool is similar to the Fill the Box activity, but the fun is practically limitless. Use this interactive tool to create dynamic drawings on isometric dot paper. Draw figures using edges, faces, or cubes. You can shift, rotate, color, decompose, and view in 2-D or 3-D. Start by clicking on the cube along the left side; then, place cubes on the grid where you would like them. This tool is indispensible for getting to grips with the spacial and visual aspects of capacity. Have fun whilst you draw, create and learn!
Use the scale reader to practise your understanding of different weights. Choose you level of difficulty at the beginning, where you can choose maximum weights and choices of whether to make the challenge a little more difficult by including decimal places and/or fractions. Type the correct readings into the box to succeed!
Weigh It Up
In this game you have the choice of brushing up on your skills before you play by entering the practise area. In this game there are four different shapes which all represent different weights, which you can play around with before you start the gme for real. Once you feel you are ready, the game begins with an equivalency diagram, for example, one cube may be equivalent to three spheres. The left scale will then be filled with perhaps two cubes, how many spheres will it take to balance the scales? A great game for all ages.
The boat will drop off three parcels at the harbour and it's your job to find the right one. A weight and measuremnt will be given for the correct parcel, it is then up to you to drag and drop the parcels on to the scales, which will then give you a weight and length reading. Is it the correct one? Click the tick if the measurements match what was asked for or click the cross to get rid of it and try again. There are three levels of difficulty to choose from, good luck!
In this excellent, expansive and exciting BBC games of the invading zooks, you must help stop the world being taken over by measuring the invading creatures and. In this game, put your knowledge of metric and imperial measurements, weight and length, comparitive skills (which is longest/heaviest?) and more. ou even get to build your own race track. There's an absolute ton of suff to learn and enjoy here, with a great story to go along with it.
A fantastic, varied and useful series of mini-games. Help Hutch bake a cake in these three different activities. First click on the game you'd like to play. Read the ingredients, then click and drag the right number of eggs into the mixing bowl. After mixing the eggs, click on the right measure when the arrow points to an ingredient on the recipe, then calculate how much more of an ingredient you need to add to the bowl. Click on the mix button to check your answers.
Hacker has removed the numbers from all of the Poddles of Poddleville! Can you use the scales to get things back to normal? The Poddles all need numbers, but they don;t have to do with how big or small they are, you must use your maths skills to work out the problems and fix the Poddle problems!