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How heavy! How light!

The students in Year 1 have been learning to compare, record and describe mass and weight.

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Using balancing scales and non-standard and standard units of measure the students have been weighting all sorts of fruits. They found not every apple weighs the same, some are heavier than others! Some fruits were smaller than others and still weighed heavier. The standard unit of measure the students have been using are grams. In addition they have also been applying their knowledge to solve practical problems using addition. 

 

By Sarah Butt

Year 1 Leopards Class Teacher