Weight KS2 Maths. Looking for interesting ways to learn about Maths Weight? These free to use web based activities could be just the thing. Useful for ages 8-11 years, KS2. Improve your child's maths skills while they have fun.
Alien Weigh In Interactive
This drag and drop weighing scales simulation gives pupils the opportunity to apply the skills of accurately reading scales in a motivating way. With lesson outline.
Measuring A Large Object Video
An introduction to the measurement of large objects such as a blue whale. The length of a blue whale - 30 metres - is equivalent to a class of children or three buses. Whales eat krill. Each mouthful is 40,000 litres. A blue whale is equivalent in weight to 25 elephants and weighs 170,000 kilograms.
Mr Pips Fruit Balance Interactive
This drag and drop balance scales simulation is an open ended application that teachers can use to support mathematical learning in a variety of ways. With lesson outline.
Parcel Post Interactive
Weigh and measure your parcel and look up the postage rate. A maths game which combines measuring length and weight with data handling skills. It is suitable for 10 to 11 year olds. Useful learning how to read data from a table.
Scales Reader Interactive
Read the scales and type in the weight, then check your answer. Four different scales to choose from.
Weighing And Measuring Video
At the Grecian pizza parlour, apprentice Ambrose is learning how to make lots of pizzas from a 2kg weight of dough, from his boss. Ambrose must work out how to make 20 small pizza bases that are an equal size and weight. He tackles the problem by breaking off pieces randomly, resulting in some large and some small pizzas. It is suggested he uses weighing scales. Three questions of increasing difficulty help to work out how to solve the problem, including having a mixture of large and small pizzas to make from the 2kg dough.