Measurement KS1 Maths. Have fun with these free online math games for kids. Ideal for KS1, elementary grades 1-2, ages 5-6 years. A great way for parents to support their children's learning of measurement at home.
Harbour Measurements Interactive
A fun activity to help children at KS1 learn about length and weight.
Little Man Lesson Plan
This problem offers a context in which to think about relative size, and gives children chances to estimate quantities.
Measurement Game Interactive
FunBrain will show you a ruler with a red bar above it.
Click on the length of the red bar. You can play with centimeters or inches.
Measurement Of Length Video
An introduction to the measurement of length. The Chuckle Brothers measure wood for shelving in metres and tenths of a metre. Keywords: whole, decimal, tenths, metre, scale, measure, measurement, length.
Reading Different Scales Video
Scales are a bit like number lines. On a measuring jug, the scale goes upwards rather than across. It is read up from the bottom. On weighing scales, there may be a circular scale, an arrow rotates clockwise and the numbers may be displayed around the edge. While this scale goes in a circle, it is really just another type of number line.
Titch And Ted Measuring Video
Meet Titch, a very keen mathematician, and Ted, her easily distracted uncle. Ted is extremely keen to buy a robot dog and so a job must be found to raise the funds. As they prepare to find a job, Titch introduces Ted to the idea that a circle can be different sizes and still be the same shape. Titch also explains the days of the week, measurements and how different coins have different values.
Units Of Measurement Video
A look at a range of everyday kitchen items, such as butter and fruit juice, and the units they are measured in. Potatoes are measured in kilograms, kitchen foil is measured in metres, butter is measured in grams, orange juice is measured in litres, milk is measured in millilitres and a milk pan is measured in centimetres.