Measuring curved and straight lines

Measuring curved and straight lines

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will measure curved lines and the longest line in a shape

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3 Questions

Q1.
Which is correct?
Correct answer: The length of your foot < the length of your leg
The length of your foot > the length of your leg
Q2.
Which is correct?
Correct answer: The length of your hand < the length of your foot
The length of your hand > the length of your foot
Q3.
Which is correct?
Correct answer: The length of your thumb < the length of your face
The length of your thumb > the length of your face

3 Questions

Q1.
How do you measure a curved line accurately?
Just estimate
Correct answer: Use a piece of string
Use a ruler
Q2.
The question said 'Measure the longest side'. What have they done wrong?
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Nothing! It's correct.
Correct answer: They didn't measure the longest side.
They didn't start at the 0.
Q3.
The question said 'Measure the longest side'. What have they done wrong?
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Nothing! It's correct!
They didn't measure the longest side.
Correct answer: They didn't start at the 0.

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UnitMaths / Measures: Length