#### DISCOUNT

**25% off the original price**

### Get confident at measuring things in your daily life.

##### When pupils experience measuring actual objects they get a sense of dimension.

There are five lessons in this course. With one online lesson scheduled every week and follow up independent study time of between 2 to 3 hours per week.

##### Online lessons dates and time

All pupils enrolled on the **decimals course** will join the teacher in online classes once a week on Thursday from **2pm to 3pm GMT** on the following dates.

- 4
^{th}June 2020 - 11
^{th }June 2020 - 18
^{th}June 2020 - 25
^{th}June 2020 - 2
^{nd}July 2020

#### COST

~~£40:00~~ £30.00

#### CLASS SIZE

##### 3 to 8 Pupils

#### AGE RANGE

##### 10 and over

#### CLASS DURATION

##### 60 minutes

The course learning objectives are:

- Read and write standard metric units of lengths, mass and volume.
- Identify the abbreviations of each unit of measure and the relationship between them.
- Convert from one metric unit to another unit for length, mass and capacity.
- Estimate, calculate and solve measure problems in everyday context involving, length, mass and capacity.

At the end of this course the pupil should be able to:

- Describe the standard metric units of lengths, mass and volume.
- Explain the abbreviations of each unit of measure and the relationship between them.
- Convert from one metric unit to another unit for length, mass and capacity.
- Solve measuring problems in everyday context involving, length, mass and capacity.

**To enrol on this course the pupils must know how to:**

- Add and subtract decimal numbers.
- Multiply and divide decimal numbers by 10, 100 and 1000.
- Identify how different quantities are measured and tools used.
- Estimate the measurement of different quantities.
- Measure and draw lines using a ruler to the nearest mm.

Week 1 introduces pupils to read and write standard metric units of lengths, mass and volume.

Week 2 pupils are taught to identify the abbreviations of each unit of measure and the relationship between them.

Week 3 pupils are taught how convert from one metric unit to another unit for length, mass and capacity.

Week 4 pupils are taught to estimate, calculate and solve measure problems in everyday context involving, length, mass and capacity.

Week 5 review of the course. There will be the end of the course assessment and quiz.

##### This course is...

- suitable for pupils from any country.
- designed to consolidate key skills.
- ideal for pupils requiring direct instructions.

All instructions are in English.