● students estimate and measure length, area, volume, capacity, mass and time using appropriate instruments.
● They recognise and use different units of measurement including informal (for example, paces), formal (for example, centimetres) and standard metric measures (for example, metre) in appropriate contexts.
● They read linear scales (for example, tape measures) and circular scales (for example, bathroom scales) in measurement contexts.
● They read digital time displays and analogue clock times at five-minute intervals.
● They interpret timetables and calendars in relation to familiar events.
Design a survey to ask students in the school a question where students give a number.
Graph your results using Create-a-Graph. Is this continuous or discrete data? Why?