# Max Maths, Year 3, Practice, Review of measuring mass in grams and kilograms

Worksheet
Maths
Year 3
Max Maths
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In the Max Maths Year 3 practice section, students review the concept of measuring mass in grams and kilograms. The exercises on workbook pages 171 to 176 are designed to help children understand and compare different masses. One of the tasks involves writing down the masses of various objects, enhancing their ability to recognize and record weights in both grams and kilograms. This activity not only reinforces their understanding of mass measurement but also provides practical examples of everyday items and their approximate weights.

Another engaging activity is the 'Let's Practise' section, where students are asked to fill in blanks with either 'less than' or 'greater than' to compare the mass of different items to 1 kilogram. They are presented with objects such as a television, a 50-cent coin, a large watermelon, and a potato. This comparison exercise is particularly effective in helping children visualize and grasp the concept of mass, as they relate to items that are part of their daily lives. The use of a scale with both kilograms and grams further aids in developing their numerical and measurement skills, as they learn to interpret and use these units of mass accurately.