This week we will be ordering two or three items by capacity. We will be introducing what capacity is and how we measure it.
• To compare two items by capacity.
Empty, full, half, capacity
This week we are learning all about capacity. Using PowerPoint introduce what capacity is and different measurements of capacity, full, half full and empty.
Challenge: Draw a picture of a glass, bottle, bucket etc that is full and one that is empty.
More or less. Using PowerPoint chn to decide which container contains more or less. How do we know? How could we check?
Challenge: Upload a photo of yourself holding a container that holds more than another ie: a bucket and a cup.
Using the PowerPoint can chn help match the amount of milkshake for the monsters?
Challenge: Upload Wednesday’s worksheet to seesaw matching the correct milkshake for the monsters.
Using the PowerPoint can chn help colour the correct amount of milkshake in the glasses for the monsters?
Challenge: Upload Thursday’s worksheet to seesaw colouring the correct amount of milkshake for the monsters.
Using PowerPoint can chn help to sort the images into the correct column on the table? Challenge – Miss Gray needs a bath but her tap has broken! How could we fill the bath? I have a bucket, a spoon and pipette. Which would be quickest> Why?
Challenge: Upload Friday’s worksheet to seesaw matching the correct pictures to the right column.
Please find below an extra challenge activity if you would like to complete and a copy of the Powerpoint we are using this week in Maths. :)