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Year 3 Objectives : Measurement MEASUREMENT Objective 1m: Measure, compare, add and subtract: lengths (m/cm/mm); mass (kg, g); volume and capacity (l/ ml) Practise using appropriate tools to measure distances and weight Recognise 1m as having 100cm Know that 50cm is ½ a metre Measure to the nearest metre a distance of up to 10m Measure accurately a distance of up to 30cm using a ruler Measure a distance of up to 5m using a tape measure giving the answer in m and cm Recognise 1Kg as having 1000g Know that 500g is ½ a Kg Measure to the nearest Kg a weight of up to 10Kg on a weighing machine Measure accurately a weight of up to 500g on a weighing scale Measure a weight of up to 5Kg using a weighing machine giving the answer in Kg and g MEASUREMENT Objective 2m: Measure the perimeter of simple 2D shapes Know the term ‘perimeter’ Know that the perimeter is the distance around the four sides of a rectangle Know that the perimeter is the distance around the outside of any shape Measure accurately each side of a 2D shape and add up all the sides to find the perimeter Objective 3m: Add and subtract amounts of money to give change, using both £ and p in practical contexts Add any two amounts of money using notes and coins Sort out an amount of money by organising it into sets of the same coins and then making up sets of pounds, etc. From a given amount give change from £1, £5, £10 © Focus Education (UK) Ltd 20141
Year 3 Objectives : Measurement 2 MEASUREMENT Objective 4m: Tell and write the time from an analogue clock, using Roman numerals 1 to X11, and 12 hour & 24 hour clocks Recognise all Roman numerals from 1 to 12 and their associated place on a clock Can tell the time on an analogue clock and write down its equivalent, e.g. ten past two can be written as 2:10 Understand the 24 hour system, e.g. 2pm is 1400 hours Objective 5m: Estimate and read time with increasing accuracy to the nearest minute Revise reading the time in five minute intervals Read the time to one minute intervals Estimate the time to the nearest five minutes, eg, it is almost ten past three MEASUREMENT Objective 6m: Record and compare time in terms of seconds, minutes, hours Know that 60 seconds is one minute and that 60 minutes is one hour Know that quarter past is 15 minutes past; and that half past is 30 minutes past Know that 90 seconds is a minute and a half Know that 75 minutes is one hour and a quarter Objective 7m: Use vocabulary such as: o’clock, am, pm, morning, afternoon, noon and midnight Know that am represents time from midnight to noon Know that pm represents time from noon to midnight © Focus Education (UK) Ltd 20142
Year 3 Objectives : Measurement 4 MEASUREMENT Objective 8m: Know the number of seconds in a minute; minutes in an hour; and the number of days in each month, year and leap year Know that 60 minutes make 1 hour; and that 60 seconds make 1 minute Know that the number of days per month varies between 28 to 31 Know that the number of days in a year varies between 365 and 366 and know the term leap year Know the rhyme associated with days of the month Objective 9m: Compare durations of events, e.g. calculate time taken by particular events or tasks Measure in minutes and seconds any duration using a stop watch or hand held clock Know that certain events last a given time: e.g. lunch hour = 60 minutes, playtime = quarter of an hour, football match = 90 minutes © Focus Education (UK) Ltd 20143
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