Year 1

Year 1

# To compare the mass of more than two objects

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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.
the bun
Q4.
Predict the heaviest object.
the bun
Q5.
Predict the lightest object.
cup of tea
Q6.
Predict the lightest object.
cup of tea
Q7.
Predict which object has the greatest mass.
Teddy bear
Q8.
Predict which object has the greatest mass.
Teddy bear

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### 4 Questions

Q1.
Select the correct answer for what the scale is showing.
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.
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?