Year 1

To compare the mass of more than two objects

Year 1

To compare the mass of more than two objects

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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will use balance scales to show when objects have the heaviest mass, the lightest mass or an equal amount of mass.

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8 Questions

Q1.
What does weight mean?
Correct answer: How heavy something is
How long something is
How tall something is
Q2.
What does weight mean?
Correct answer: How heavy something is
How long something is
How tall something is
Q3.
Predict the heaviest object.
Correct answer: the cake
the bun
Q4.
Predict the heaviest object.
Correct answer: the cake
the bun
Q5.
Predict the lightest object.
Correct answer: biscuit
cup of tea
Q6.
Predict the lightest object.
Correct answer: biscuit
cup of tea
Q7.
Predict which object has the greatest mass.
Correct answer: Wooden train
Teddy bear
Q8.
Predict which object has the greatest mass.
Correct answer: Wooden train
Teddy bear

4 Questions

Q1.
Select the correct answer for what the scale is showing.
An image in a quiz
The clock is heavier than the coins.
Correct answer: The coins and the clock have the same mass.
The coins are heavier than the clock.
Q2.
Select the correct answer for what the scales are showing.
An image in a quiz
Correct answer: The ball is lighter than the money.
The money is lighter than the ball.
The scale is balanced.
Q3.
Which one would be the heaviest?
An image in a quiz
Correct answer: elephant
child
Q4.
Which one would be the lightest?
An image in a quiz
car
Correct answer: teddy bear