There is a lot of emphasis on measurement during Year 4. Greater accuracy is expected when measuring and recording length, weight and capacity. Children will know the meaning of ‘kilo’, ‘centi’ and ‘milli’ and record results using decimals. Reading scales where divisions are only partially recorded becomes trickier and, of course, children should become proficient with reading the time on analogue and digital clocks.

Using standard metric units to measure the length of everyday objects.

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4 pages

Using grams, kilograms, millilitres and litres to measure mass and capacity. Also worksheets on converting units and finding half or a quarter of units.

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6 pages

Converting measures to smaller units. e.g. kilometres to metres.

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5 pages

Making sensible judgements about measurement and which units to use. Investigating mass and capacity.

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6 pages

Measuring to the nearest half centimetre with a ruler, including measuring curved lines with cotton or string.

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7 pages

Mixed problems involving measurement: quite tricky!

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3 pages

Choosing suitable units, estimating and measuring as accurately as possible.

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6 pages

A great selection of pages on finding the perimeter of shapes, followed by some tricky perimeter questions.

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7 pages

Understanding what area is; finding the area of rectangles by counting squares and then by measuring and calculating. Finding the area of irregular shapes by approximating.

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8 pages

Learning the number of days in each month, working out time problems using months, weeks, days, hours and minutes.

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5 pages

Activities to do indoors or outside involving the measurement of time. Tricky time puzzles to solve.

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6 pages

More on a.m. and p.m. and writing times in different ways.

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4 pages

More written time problems, including reading a timetable.

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6 pages

Converting 24 hour clock times to 12 hour and vice versa.

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7 pages

A quick run through all the time knowledge children should know.

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4 pages

More conversions from the 24 hour clock to a.m. or p.m.

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4 pages

A quick look at the Programme of Study for Measurement in Year 4.

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