Over the past few years, you have been learning how to multiply numbers by 10, 100 and 1000 as well as dividing numbers by 10, 100 and 1000.
This skill is necessary in life, you will need this skill when converting units of measurements.
This week we have been converting units of measures, your homework is an extension of this. Please complete in your HOMEWORK BOOK.
Green/Yellow/Blue table: Complete bronze, silver and gold challenge
Orange/Red table: Complete bronze, silver, gold and platinum challenge
Bronze: How many £ 10 notes make each amounts
|A) £30||B) £120|
|C) £180||D) £140|
|E) £1800||F) £3400|
Silver: Draw and complete table in your book.
|Millimeters (mm)||Conversion ÷ 10||Centimetres (cm)|
|120 mm||÷ 10|
|135 mm||÷ 10|
|1430 mm||÷ 10|
|Centimeters (cm)||Conversion x 10||Millimetres (mm)|
|Metres (m)||Conversion ÷ 1000||Kilometres (Km)|
|1540 m||÷ 1000|
|1250 m||÷ 1000|
|8002 m||÷ 1000|
|Kilometres (Km)||Conversion x 1000||Metre (m)|
Gold: Solve word problems (show working out and write a sentence explaining your work)
A) Karen is moving to a new house. Her old house is 3.5 kilometres from her new house. How many meters is the old house from the new house?
B) Mitti cycled 2 kilometres on her bike. Her brother Sunny rode 3000meters on his bike. Who rode the furthest? and how much further did they ride (answer in km)?
C) Poppy is measuring two strings. The first string is 25cm long. The second string is 340mm long. How long are the two strings together? (answer in cm)
Platinum: Solve word problems (show working out and write a sentences explaining your answer)
A) James is 1.73m tall, and Peter is 165cm. How much taller is James than Peter (answer in cm)?
B) Bobby jumped 16.5m in the triple jump at the London Olympics last year. The winner jumped 1830 cm. How much further did the winner jump?
C) Sarah buys thread for sewing. There are 10m of thread on the real. She uses 210 cm. How much is left on the reel in centimetres?
All homework must be presented clearly and completed by Wednesday 3rd May.