Measuring mass

We are learning to:

  • Measure mass

I succeed when I can:

  • Explain how to measure mass in mg, g and tons

Joblist:

  • Starters
  • Measure mass of:
    • Person
    • Book
    • Heavy block of metal
    • Balloon full of air
    • 10ml, 100ml of water
  • Estimate mass of objects
  • Learn how to use scales and digital balance

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Starters

  1. Choose from: Sugar, Alcohol, Petrol, Salt
    1. Runs cars.
    2. Made from plants.
    3. Sodium chloride.
    4. Dangerous drug.
  2. Choose from: Carbon, Gold, Oxygen, Sulfur
    1. Shiny yellow metal.
    2. We need it to breathe.
    3. Stinky yellow.
    4. Black solid used as fuels.
  3. True or False?
    1. Sugar dissolves in water
    2. Acid can dissolve metal.
    3. Acid can dissolve rock.
    4. Acid can dissolve teeth.
    5. Hot acid dissolves things slower.
    6. Cold water dissolves more sugar than hot.
  4. Choose from: Theory, Fair test, Data
    1. Keep things the same
    2. A good explanation
    3. Some information
  5. 1000 g = __ kg
  6. 5 kg = ___ g
  7. 2000 mg = ___ g
  8. 1000 kg = __ ton

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  1. Choose from: Sugar, Alcohol, Petrol, Salt
    1. Runs cars. Petrol
    2. Made from plants. Sugar
    3. Sodium chloride. Salt
    4. Dangerous drug. Alcohol
  2. Choose from: Carbon, Gold, Oxygen, Sulfur
    1. Shiny yellow metal. Gold
    2. We need it to breathe. Oxygen
    3. Stinky yellow. Sulfur
    4. Black solid used as fuels. Carbon
  3. True or False?
    1. Sugar dissolves in water True
    2. Acid can dissolve metal. True
    3. Acid can dissolve rock. True
    4. Acid can dissolve teeth. true
    5. Hot acid dissolves things slower. False
    6. Cold water dissolves more sugar. False
  4. Choose from: Theory, Fair test, Data
    1. Keep things the same Fair test
    2. A good explanation Theory
    3. Some information Data
  5. 1000 g = 1 kg
  6. 5 kg = 5000 g
  7. 2000 mg = 2 g
  8. 1000 kg = 1 tons