## Mass – Heavier or lighter

I am learning to tell if something is heavier or lighter than an object.

I know I can do it when I have compared objects to find out which is heavier and lighter.

Now that you are familiar with heavy and light you are going to explore the terms heavier and lighter. In order to determine if something is heavier or lighter than another object you will need to compare them with each other.

Before we look at comparing with scales, we can learn to compare by hefting objects. Hefting an object means you place them in each hand and let your body feel which hand is holding more weight, this will be the heavier object.

The following video demonstrates how to heft objects:

Have a go at a few examples of heavier and lighter in this video:

### Independent Task

Use the following 3 items to compare with others:

1. Drink bottle (full)
2. A book
3. A toy of your choice (avoid very light toys as it will make it difficult to compare)

In your scrapbook draw each of the 3 items vertically down the middle of your page.

Go on a treasure hunt around your house (inside and outside).

One at a time, find something that is lighter than the object (by hefting-comparing with your hands) and something that is heavier.

Draw the lighter object to the left of your picture and the heavier object on the right so that they are in order from lightest to heaviest.

Complete this task for all 3 objects, making sure to find different lighter and heavier objects for each.

## Who Am I?

I am learning to use the facts I have collected about a mini beast to create a ‘Who Am I?’

I know I can do it when I have come up with and recorded ‘Who Am I?’ questions about my mini beast.

This term we have been learning a lot about mini beasts. Using some of the knowledge that you have gained, you are going to play a game today.

Watch the video below, it has a lot of “What/Who Am I?” questions about mini beasts. Use your knowledge to see if you can guess which mini beasts they are!

### Independent Task

Using the facts that you collected yesterday about your chosen mini beast, make your own ‘Who Am I?’ quiz.

Include at least 3-5 clues based around the facts you discovered.

Use the example below to guide you.

You may like to bring your ‘Who Am I?’ questions to school on Thursday to share with your class.

Will we be able to guess the mini beast from your clues?