Foundation - They compare objects using mass, length and capacity. Students use direct and indirect comparisons to decide which is longer, heavier or holds more, and explain reasoning in everyday language.
Australian Curriculum Yr 1 Achievement Standard

Interactive comparison game which focuses on the comparative vocabulary of biggest, smallest, shortest, longest and tallest.

Fill and squirt to examine the relationship between the capacity of containers of the same shape but different size.

Year 1 - Measure and compare the lengths and capacities of pairs of objects using uniform informal units.
Australian Curriculum Yr 1 Achievement Standard

Your challenge is to help Stella, Oska and Pablo work out the volume of differently sized cubirocks. You will use small, medium or large cubes to measure with. See if you can find a number pattern to help you. Goodluck! (Thanks to Wendy from Sydney for suggesting this activity)

Using both length and weight help Molly decide what to load on the ship. 3 levels of difficulty.

Back to TopYear 2 - Compare and order several shapes and objects based on length, area, volume and capacity using appropriate uniform informal units. Students compare masses of objects using balance scales.
Australian Curriculum Yr 2 Achievement Standard

Stella, Oska and Pablo need your help to estimate the volume of cube-shaped rocks in Cubiland. Each of them uses a different measuring cube: small, medium or large.

Which object is the heaviest? It seems really easy at first then you really have to think logically. Many levels.

Back to TopYear 3 - Measure, order and compare objects using familiar metric units of length, mass and capacity.
Australian Curriculum Yr 3 Achievement Standard

1st of 3 games. Click and drag the right number of eggs to the mixing bowl. Click on the correct measure when the arrow points to an ingredient on the recipe. Click on the 'MIX' button to check your answers. (Thanks to Max who helped me find the game!)

Match the pairs up correctly. Eg Paperclip = 1 gram. Accuracy counts! 1000 point bonus if you get all right in the 6 rounds.

Jack is brilliant at building things but he is hopeless at measuring. He doesn’t know which units of measurement to use. Please help him! Many levels to choose from.

Watch rocks made up of cubes fly out of a volcano that erupts in Cubiland. Your job: help Oska and Stella to estimate the volume of these rocks.

Match the metric conversion as quick as you can. We don't use the 'Centigram' in Australia but you'll get the idea very quickly. Goodluck!

Can you read scales? Try this scales reader which includes weight in grams and kilograms.

By filling and squirting, find out the relationship between the capacity of containers of different shapes and sizes.

Back to TopYear 4 - Use scaled instruments to measure and compare lengths, masses, capacities and temperatures.
Australian Curriculum Yr 4 Achievement Standard

2nd of 3 games. Click and drag the eggs into the mixing bowl. Click on the packet or jug until you have added the correct amount to the mixing bowl. Click on the 'MIX' button to check your answers. (Thanks Holly for helping find this game)

Using your knowledge of length and mass (weight) to design your own BAMZOOKI race track. Game on! 4 games to work through.

Jack is brilliant at building things but he is hopeless at measuring. He doesn’t know which units of measurement to use. Please help him! Many levels to choose from.

Fill a box with cubes. Is there a rule for finding the volume of a box if you know its width, depth and height? Addicitive!

Match the pairs correctly. Eg 2 litres = 2000 Millitres. Accuracy counts! 1000 point bonus if you get all correct in the 6 rounds. Includes the 'Centilitre' because it's British.

By filling and squirting, find out the relationship between the capacity of containers of different shapes and sizes.

Use your knowledge of volume and shoot the 3D shapes with the same volume. Four games to work through.

Back to TopYear 5 - Use appropriate units of measurement for length, area, volume, capacity and mass, and calculate perimeter and area of rectangles.

Australian Curriculum Yr 5 Achievement Standard

Australian Curriculum Yr 5 Achievement Standard

3rd of 3 games. Click and drag the eggs into the mixing bowl. Look at the scale to work out how much more of the ingredient is needed. Add the missing amount by clicking on the packet or jug. Click on the 'MIX' button to check your answers. Goodluck! (Thank you Sam Y for helping me find this one!)

Match the pairs up correctly. Eg Paperclip = 1 gram. Accuracy counts! 1000 point bonus if you get all right in the 6 rounds.

Jack is brilliant at building things but he is hopeless at measuring. He doesn’t know which units of measurement to use. Please help him! Many levels to choose from.

Not quite a measurement game. More like problem solving with weight (mass) as a factor. Interesting logic problem.

Fill a box with cubes. Is there a rule for finding the volume of a box if you know its width, depth and height? Addicitive!

Not a game! A really fun revision of when and why to use certain units of measurement. Great graphics too.

Back to TopYear 6 - Connect volume and capacity and their units of measurement.

Australian Curriculum Yr 6 Achievement Standard

Australian Curriculum Yr 6 Achievement Standard

Containers need to be filled with water. You have three different sized pots to choose from but you can't over fill it

See how small a cubic centimetre looks when compared with a cubic metre. Find out the answers to questions about the length, width and height of a cubic metre.

Demonstrate the size of a cubic metre (100cm x 100cm x 100cm). See how small a cubic centimetre looks when compared with a cubic metre. Work through a series of questions about the length, width and height of a cubic metre.

Figure out how much explosive force the Space Pod needs to enter the glowing Target Zone. Drag your explosives underneath, then LAUNCH!

See how mall a cubic centimetre looks when it's compared with a cubic metre. Estimate the volume of objects such as a filing cabinet, a DVD player, and icebox. You can rotate the 3D grid and use a magnifying glass to make it easier.

Back to TopYear 7 - Use formulas for the area and perimeter of rectangles and calculate volumes of rectangular prisms. Australian Curriculum Yr 7 Achievement Standard

Not a game but a really informative explanation volume about how to measure it.

Solve problems involving the surface area and volume of right prisms. Use the game to calculate volumes of rectangular prisms.

Estimate how many cubic cm will fill the bedside drawers. Split the irregular shape into smaller parts that are easier to estimate. Use the rotation and zoom tools to estimate the height, length and width.

Use this tool to work out volume of objects. Use the rotation and zoom tools to help you work out all you need to know.