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Tricky Topic

Matching Fractions, Decimals and Percentages


10 in 10

  1. 43999 + 3091 =
  2. 4002 – 3089 =
  3. 89 x 35 =
  4. 39498 / 12 =
  5. 4/9 of 8.1 =
  6. 7pm + 1h 35 mins =
  7. 8:45pm + 2h 35 mins =
  8. 10:55am +3 h 50 mins =
  9. 12:35pm + 5h 20 mins =
  10. 1:40pm – 2h 50mins =


I can work out the volume of cubes and cuboids


Today to finish our week on measures we will be looking at volume!

Volume is the amount of space that a substance or object occupies, or that is enclosed within a container. The main time we use volume is when we are filling things with liquid though it can also refer to the space items take up e.g. books in a bookcase. Therefore, we can talk about the volume of 3D shapes such as cubes and cuboids.

Think about cubes and cuboids, what do we know about them?

  • Edges
  • Faces
  • Vertices

The key difference between cube and cuboid is: a cube has six square-shaped faces of the same size but a cuboid has rectangular faces.

To work out the volume of these shapes you need to times the length x width x height

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How to calculate volume in cubes and cuboids. Year 6 objective.

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