Measuring in Maths

This week Year 2 have been super busy measuring in Maths. At the start of the week, the children used rulers to measure different lengths and ensured they included the measurement 'cm', when recording the lengths and heights.

 

The children then continued their learning by measuring in meters using meter sticks. They had lots of fun measuring different objects inside and outside the classroom.

 

To end the week, the children have been comparing different lengths and calculating the difference.

 

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