Year 5

Year 5

# Solving problems involving the conversion between lb and kg

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will investigate and model problems involving conversion between kilograms and pounds.

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Which of the below is approximately equivalent to 1 kg?
10 lb
22 lb
3.2 lb
Q2.
Which of the below is approximately equivalent to 30 kg?
33 lb
36 lb
60 lb
Q3.
What is the mass of the following items: a flat screen TV, 20,000 paintballs, a medium bag of dog food and a bowling ball?
2 lb
35 lb
60 lb
Q4.
Which of the below is approximately equivalent to 154 lb?
100 kg
20 kg
5 kg
Q5.
Calculate the sum of 4.4 lb + 2 kg + 8.8 lb + 4 kg.
12 lb
14 kg
60 lb

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Which of the below is approximately equivalent to 200 kg?
4.4 lb
400 lb
44 lb
Q2.
Person A lifts 440 pounds and person B lifts 215 kilograms. How much more does person B lift than person A?
10 kg
25 kg
50 kg
Q3.
At the gym Anthony lifts 8 kg and Declan lifts 12 kg, what is the total amount they both lift in pounds?
4.4 lb
440 lb
54 lb
Q4.
A family carry four suitcases with the following weights: 20 kg, 33 lb, 22 kg, 30.8 lb. What is the total weight of all 4 suitcases?
101 kg