 ### 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.

• 4th June 2020
• 11th June 2020
• 18th June 2020
• 25th June 2020
• 2nd July 2020

#### CLASS DURATION

##### 60 minutes

The course learning objectives are:

1. Read and write standard metric units of lengths, mass and volume.
2. Identify the abbreviations of each unit of measure and the relationship between them.
3. Convert from one metric unit to another unit for length, mass and capacity.
4. 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:

1. Describe the standard metric units of lengths, mass and volume.
2. Explain the abbreviations of each unit of measure and the relationship between them.
3. Convert from one metric unit to another unit for length, mass and capacity.
4. Solve measuring problems in everyday context involving, length, mass and capacity.
This course is designed for pupils ages ten and above, who would like to get confident at estimating, calculating and solving metric measuring problems in everyday context.

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.