Level 2 Numeracy: Measure Up

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Level 2 Numeracy: Measure Up

36.90

Student Worksheets

186 Pages

Learning outcomes include:

Developing an awareness of temperature

• Use appropriate words to describe temperature, e.g. hot and cold

• Identify instruments used for indicating and adjusting temperature, e.g. thermometer, marked oven dials

• Relate temperatures to everyday situations, e.g. heating in a classroom

• Locate appropriate temperatures on a cooker dial, e.g. gas mark 4, 200 degrees Celsius

• Compare temperatures for the different times of the year, e.g. hot in summer and cold in winter, keep a simple weather log

Developing an awareness of weight and capacity

• Use appropriate vocabulary to describe the units of weight and capacity, e.g. litres, 500ml, kilograms, grams (pictorial or concrete)

• Identify the marks for the units of weight and capacity, e.g. using a measuring jug, using a weighing scale

• List some examples of weight and capacity from daily life, e.g. knowing own weight, a litre of milk

• Use a graduated vessel to work out the capacity of liquids, e.g. using a jug to measure litre of milk

• Use a weighing scales to work out the weight of powders and solids, e.g. weighing the ingredients for a cake

Developing an awareness of length and distance

• Use appropriate vocabulary to describe the units in length and distance, e.g. kilometres, metres, centimetres

• Identify the units of length and distance on a ruler, metre stick and measuring tape

• Use a ruler to draw and measure different lengths of lines

• Estimate the length of common objects, e.g. the length of a book

• Measure the length of common places, e.g. bedroom, kitchen, classroom using a measuring tape

Developing an awareness of time

• Tell the time from an analogue clock for the hour, half hour and quarter hour

• Tell the time from a digital clock for the hour, half hour and quarter hour

• Identify key times during the day, on the hour, half hour and quarter hour, e.g. lunch breaks, use of visual schedule

• Solve problems to work out the passage of time, e.g. use the start and finish time to calculate duration of journey or programme, calculate the duration of a specific programme

• Find a specified day or date on a calendar or timetable, e.g. my birthday

• Match months or activities with their seasons, e.g. matching pictures of the seasons to the relevant months

See sample here

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