## Measuring mass

**We are learning to:**

- Build a set of scales

**I succeed when I can:**

- Build a set of scales that can measure mass

**Joblist:**

- Starters
- Build a set of scales:
- beam balance
- rubber bands
- spring

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## Starters

- What is your mass? (How heavy are you)?
- Choose from: 1kg, 1000kg, 1g
- One litre of water weighs....
- One ton of water weighs....
- One ml of water weighs...

- 1000 grams = ___ kg
- 1000 kilograms = _____tonne
- Choose from: Volume, Mass, Temperature
- How heavy
- How hot
- How much space it takes up

- Write the missing words:
- We measure how heavy something is using S_____
- We use K_____ (kg) or G______ (g)
- Really heavy things are measured in T______

- How many:
- Grams in one kilogram?
- Kilograms in one tonne?
- Milligrams in one gram?
- Millilitres in one litre?
- Millimetres in one metre?
- What does "Milli" mean?

- What is your mass? (How heavy are you)? 80kg
- Choose from: 1kg, 1000kg, 1g
- One litre of water weighs....1kg
- One ton of water weighs.... 1000 kg
- One ml of water weighs... 1g

- Choose from: Volume, Mass, Temperature
- How heavy mass
- How hot temperature
- How much space it takes up Volume

- 1000 grams = 1 kg
- 1000 kilograms = 1 tonne
- Write the missing words:
- We measure how heavy something is using SCALES
- We use KILOGRAMS (kg) or GRAMS (g)
- Really heavy things are measured in TONS

- How many:
- Grams in a kilogram? 1000
- Kilograms in a tonne? 1000
- Milligrams in a gram? 1000
- Millilitres in one litre? 1000
- Millimetres in one metre? 1000
- What does "Milli" mean? 1000