Tuesday 1st September


Everyday Practice

5 - 10 minutes

10 - 15 minutes

10 - 15 minutes

2 - 3 minutes

Main Lesson Plan





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Across a double page in your main lesson book (large red book), draw and label the different levels you filled the jug up to. See the picture below.



If I have 4 packets of flour that contain 500g, how many grams of flour do I have altogether? How many kilograms of flour do I have?

If the road is 3000 metres long, how many kilometres is it?

If I have 2kg of rice, how many grams of rice do I have?

If the distance from home to school is 5km, how far is it in metres?

If I have 1kg of wheat flour, 250g of spelt flour and 750g of rice flour, how many kilograms of flour do I have?

I have 750g of flour and I am going to use 425g to make a cake. How much flour will I have left in the packet?

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