KS1 Maths Quiz
Year 2 Measurements - Mass
Very light things, like this feather, have their weight measured in grams.

Year 2 Measurements - Mass

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Maths and Numeracy for children aged 6 and 7 in year 2. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with choosing and using appropriate standard units to estimate and measure mass (using kg/g).

Weighing accurately and choosing the correct unit to measure weight is an important skill and may take some practise. Children in Year 2 are taught to understand that the standard units grams are used for smaller items with less mass (or weight), whilst kilograms are used for heavier objects.

This quiz will help your child to choose the appropriate standard unit to measure mass or weight.

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  1. Question 1

    What could be the combined weight of the dog and cat?
    The dog might weigh about 20kg and the cat might weigh about 5kg
  2. Question 2

    How heavy might the toy truck be?
    The truck is probably less than a kilogram
  3. Question 3

    How much might one of these books weigh?
    An average book weighs less than a kilogram
  4. Question 4

    How heavy could this elephant be?
    Elephants are very heavy indeed!
  5. Question 5

    How much could the go kart weigh?
    All the other weights are far too light
  6. Question 6

    How much might this little mouse weigh?
    Mice are very light and certainly wouldn't weigh kilograms!
  7. Question 7

    How heavy might one of these apples be?
    Most apples are less than 100g
  8. Question 8

    How much might these children weigh altogether?
    Each child could have an average weight of 25kg, so 4 of them would weigh 100kg
  9. Question 9

    How much might this butterfly weigh?
    Butterflies have to be very light in order to fly!
  10. Question 10

    How heavy might one of the lunch boxes be?
    The lunch box would be too heavy to carry if it as 100kg!

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