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One Metre Challenge
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This activity is a great way to introduce your child to measurement and recording. By finding objects around the house and placing them in a line measuring one metre, they can learn about the concept of length and how to measure it accurately. Drawing around these objects as a record also helps to reinforce the idea of measurement as a visual representation.
This activity meets the Mathematics and Science aspects of the National Curriculum of England. If you're looking for more curriculum standard activities for your classroom or home educated children, be sure to check out the Year Two topics. There are plenty of subjects to choose from, so you'll be delighted with the wide range when planning your day.
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