Year 4

Year 4

# Converting Lengths (Part 2)

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will investigate the relationship between centimetres and metres. We will convert between both types of measurement and learn about fractional representations of metres as centremetres.

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### 6 Questions

Q1.
The length of a new pencil is likely to be
50 mm
7 cm
Q2.
The height of a classroom door is most likely to be
150 cm
200 mm
Q3.
Which is the longest length?
12 cm
9 cm
Q4.
Which is the shortest length?
13 mm
2 cm
Q5.
How would you write 4 cm and 3 mm?
34 cm
43 cm
Q6.
Imagine a square - the length of a side is 5 cm. Imagine an equilateral triangle - the length of a side is 6 cm. Which has the longest perimeter?
The triangle

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Which is the longest length?
140 cm
9 cm
Q2.
Which is the shortest length?
13 cm
2 m
Q3.
How would you write 4 m and 3 cm?
34 m
43 cm
Q4.
How would you write 7.2 m?
7 m and 2 cm
72 cm
Q5.
How would you write 513 cm?