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Measurement in Mathematics Book 5

Practical measurement activities for 9-10 year old students.

Measurement in Mathematics Book 5 by Gerry Westenberg
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This blackline masters book is designed to be used in conjunction with your mathematics program. The activities follow the curriculum appropriate to students working at this level.

The book covers the following standards:

Length Measure to the nearest millimeter, centimeter and meter. Complete calculations using kilometers. Find the perimeter of polygons. Find the diameter and circumference of circles. Relate the measurement of length to other measures.

Area Complete measure (informal) of various regions. Complete measure (informal) of triangular regions. Calculate the area of rectangles. Understand the relationship between the area of triangles and rectangles. Understand the relationship between hectares and square meters. Relate the measurement of area to other measures.

Volume/Capacity Measure in liters and milliliters. Measure volume by displacement. Make 3D shapes using cubes. Measure the volume of 3D models. Measure the capacity of containers. Cubic measures: Build a model using cubic meters. Understand the relationship between cubic meters
and cubic centimeters. Develop the understanding of volume in cubic meters. Relate the measurement of volume to other measures.

Mass Measure mass in kilograms and grams. Undertake the suspension and projection of objects. Measure mass using suspension and projection. Relate the measurement of mass to other measures.

Time Complete activities and calculations based on calendars. Understand, use and construct timelines. Understand the seasons and planetary motion. Demonstrate knowledge of geographical position. Read time clocks. Measure time in minutes and seconds. Calculate the conversion of time units.

Ready-Ed Publications; June 1999
38 pages; ISBN 9781863971843
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Title: Measurement in Mathematics Book 5
Author: Gerry Westenberg; Rod Jefferson
 
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Measuring Volume

One liter of water weighs one kilogram.
One cubic meter of water weighs one tonne.
One milliliter of water weighs one gram.
One cubic millimeter of water weighs one gram.

Give the weight of water in these containers.

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Solve these word problems!

1. An aquarium has dimensions of 1.2 m, 80 cm and 50 cm. What weight of water will it hold?

2. The local dam measures 31 km x 2 km x 74 m. How many tonnes of water could the dam hold?

3. 1 m3 of a liquid chemical costs $4.38. How much would it cost to fill a container 3.4 m x 2.2 m x 1.4 m?

4. One liter of ice cream costs $3.23. How much would it cost to buy 256 liters for an ice cream parlor?

5. Ten ice creams can be made from 1 liter of ice cream. Each ice cream costs $1.20.
How many ice creams can I make from the 256 liters? How much money will I get from the sale of the ice creams?