Biggest, smallest, shortest, longest and tallest.
Fill and squirt the same shapes but different sizes.
Use small, medium or large cubes to measure with. Thanks Wendy.
Use length and weight to decide what to load on the ship.
Explore the volume of cube-shaped rocks in Cubiland.
Which object is the heaviest? Many levels.
Click and drag the right number of ingredients to the mixing bowl.
Investigate the volume of rocks that fly out of a volcano.
Match the metric conversions as quick as you can.
Try this scale reader which includes weight in grams and kilograms.
Use a measuring scale to add the correct amount to the mixing bowl.
Design your own BAMZOOKI race track using length and mass.
Match the pairs. Eg 2 litres = 2000 millitres.
Shoot the 3D shapes with the same volume.
Calculate and measure the ingredients to bake the cake!
Revision of when and why to use certain units of measurement. Great graphics too.
Logic problem solving with weight (mass) as a factor.
Use three different sized pots to solve the problem.
Investigate length, width and height of a cubic metre.
Series of questions about the length, width and height of a cubic metre.
Put explosives under the rocket to figure out what it needs to launch.
Estimate the volume of objects such as a filing cabinet, a DVD player, and fridge.
Informative explanation about volume and how to measure it.
Explore surface area and volume of rectangular prisms.
Use the rotation and zoom tools to estimate the height, length and width.
Use these rotation and zoom tools to work out volume.