Volume

We are learning to:

  • Multiply length x width x height to work out volume

I succeed when I can:

  • Use a calculator to work out volume

Joblist:

  • Starters
  • Mindmap.
  • Calculator races - multiply three numbers.
  • Measure the sides of cubes.
  • Multiply the three numbers together.
  • Work out the volume of a marshmallow.
  • Then toast the mashmallow over the bunsens!!!
  • Build a net of different sizes and measure volume
  • Pour water into one, measure the volume, check the mass of it.

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Starters

  1. What is Mr Riley's favorite sport?
  2. Who is the fastest man in the world?
  3. Choose from: YELLOW, BLUE
    1. Hot flame.
    2. Cool flame.
    3. Dirty flame.
    4. Clean flame.
  4. DANGERS in the lab - write down what NOT to do:
    1. Do NOT....
    2. Do NOT.....
    3. Do NOT....
  5. Choose from: L, ml
    1. Litres
    2. Millilitres
  6. 1000ml of water weighs _____ grams.
  7. How many mL in 2 Litres?
  8. 3500 mL = ___ Litres?
  9. 47,000 ml = ____ Litres?

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  1. What is Mr Riley's favorite sport? Tennis
  2. Who is the fastest man in the world? Usain Bolt
  3. Choose from: YELLOW, BLUE
    1. Hot flame. Blue
    2. Cool flame. Yellow
    3. Dirty flame. Yellow
    4. Clean flame. Blue
  4. DANGERS in the lab - write down what NOT to do:
    1. Do NOT....Eat or Drink
    2. Do NOT..... Run or Push
    3. Do NOT.... Fool around
  5. Choose from: L, ml
    1. Litres L
    2. Millilitres ml
  6. 1000ml of water weighs 1000 grams.
  7. How many mL in 2 Litres? 2000 ml
  8. 3500 mL = 3.5 Litres
  9. 47,000 ml = 47 Litres