# Estimating and comparing length

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will estimate the length of objects and compare their length.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Measuring up to the ceiling
Correct answer: Greater than a metre
Less than a metre
Q2.
Greater than a metre
Correct answer: Less than a metre
Q3.
A rubber
Greater than a metre
Correct answer: Less than a metre
Q4.
The height of your school building
Correct answer: Greater than a metre
Less than a metre
Q5.
Greater than a metre
Correct answer: Less than a metre

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### 4 Questions

Q1.
Can you compare the two objects?
Motor bike > tree
Q2.
Can you compare the two objects?
car < window
Q3.
Can you compare the two objects?
the height of a giraffe < the height of a lion
Correct answer: the height of a giraffe > the height of a lion
Q4.
Can you put these in order of size?
Correct answer: fridge > kettle > spoon
fridge > spoon > kettle
kettle > spoon > fridge
spoon > kettle > fridge