10.01.14.pdf
Criteris Promoció.pdf

## PART I

By: _________________________

- A butterfly is 3 kg or 3 g

- A bird is 30 g or 30 kg

- A dog is 7 kg or 7 g

2.- Use the grid and answer:

Grams:

48 dg = _________ g

0.6 dag= ________ g

450 cg= _________ g

Kilograms:

4500 g = __________ kg

87000 g= _________ kg

370 dag= _________ kg

 kg hg dag g dg cg mg

3. Calculate:

If 1 t = 1000 kg

2 t = 2000 kg

2.5 t = 2500 kg

* An elephant that weights 4.5 t, how many kilos is it going to weight?

______________

* A blue whale that weights 37 t, how many kilos is it going to weight?

______________

a) How many kilos are 3.7 tones?

b) How many decagrams are 240 grams?

c) How many grams has a hectogram got?

5. Use the grid

and set them in order from lesser to greater weight = from smaller to bigger

a) 1400 g – 920 hg – 0.02 t – 1035 g = ____________________________________________

b) 150 g – 1.80 kg – 22 dag – 0.01 t =  ____________________________________________

 kg hg dag g dg cg mg

6.- How many kilos weight this pig?

If 1 arroba is 11.50 kilograms

2 arrobas are 23 kilograms

10 arrobas are 115 kilograms

How many kilos is this pig if it weights 16 arrobas?

7.- A DIN-A4 paper weights 3.4 grams. What’s the weight of a 500 sheet package?

8.- Two big 5 L bottles of water weight 10.210 kilograms.

How many grams weight an *empty bottle if a litre of water weights one kilogram?

Read the problem as many times you need till you understand what it is asking you!! It’s NOT difficult… but you need to process the information. You have 2 WEEKS!! THINK!!

## PART II

By: ______________________________________

1.- Choose the right measurement unit:

- A big plastic bottle length:

- A big full plastic bottle weight:

- A big empty plastic bottle weight:

- A big full plastic bottle volume:

- A big empty plastic bottle volume:

- A mountain length:

- Distance among two cities:

- Volume of a thimble:

2.- What’s the time? Follow the same pattern:

It’s one o’clock               It’s quarter past five              It’s quarter to seven

It’s half past twelve        It’s quarter past eight            It’s twelve o’clock

October, the 11th

1.    Last year Elisabeth was 1.36 cm tall. This year she has grown up nine centimeters. How tall is she at the moment?

2.       Express in metres the following measurements of this growing field. Length and Width

Length 1.3 km  - Width 4.6 hm

1.3 km:  …… m

4.6 hm:  …… m

3.       Order from smaller to bigger the size of these toy cars:

Smallest: _____________ mm

Medium: _____________ mm

Biggest:    _____________ mm

4.       Complete the following statements:

½ km : ….. m

¼ km : ….. m

½ m   : ….. cm

¼ m   : …..  cm

720 cm: ……. m = ……. mm

880 dam = ……. m =  ……. Km

5.       Complete:

 ENGLISH UNIT MEASUREMENT DECIMAL UNIT SYSTEM 1  INCH … cm 1  FEET … cm 1  YARD … cm

1 Inch = 2.54 cm            1 Feet = 12 Inches (30.48 cm)            1 Yard= 3 Feet (91.44 cm)

6.       Who is the tallest girl?

October, the 4th

1.- Choose the right unit measurement:

Scissors:        (15 cm  or  0.15 cm)

Glue:             (100 mm or  1 dm)

Map Pocket:   (1m     or   0.01 hm)

Ribbon:          (0.01 km   or 10 m)

2.- Complete:

1 km = 200 m + ... m

3 km = ... m + 350 m

2 hm = ... m + 75 m

4 dam = 15 m + ... m

2 m = 8 dm + ... dm

1 m = 45 cm + ... cm

5 m = ... dm + 30 dm

3 m = 2000 mm + ... mm

i.e.-

4 km = 570 m + … ?... m

4 km = 4 000 m

4000 m – 570 m = 3 430 m

 km hm dam m dm cm mm 4 0 0 0 - 5 7 0 3 4 3 0

8 hm =   ?... cm + 15 235 cm

8 hm = 80 000 cm

80 000 cm – 15 235 cm = 64 765cm

 km hm dam m dm cm mm 8 0 0 0 0 - 1 5 2 3 5 6 4 7 6 5