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# who is heavier

### who is heavier

TOPIC: Who is heavier? Date__________
Month_________
WORK SHEET No. 1
Competency:Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Tick the object that will weigh more:

II. Encircle the heavier weight: III. Tick the object that
will weigh less:
20g 50g
Parent’s Signature
5kg 8kg

250g 175g

50kg 276kg

100kg 100g

Teacher’s Signature

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WORK SHEET No. 2 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. What will you use g or kg to measure the weight of the following:

1. A pencil ________________________

2. A big watermelon ________________________

3. A cake ________________________

4. An orange ________________________

5. A sack of wheat ________________________

6. A spoon of sugar ________________________

7. An apple ________________________

8. A big pumpkin ________________________

II. Match the following weights and use = sign and write in the given space:

1 kg of potato 2 kg of beans

2 kg of tomatoes 1000 g of chillies
4 kg of onions 500 g of sugar

½ kg of rice 2 kg of brinjal + 2 kg of
beetroot

Ex: 3kg of carrots = 3000 g of potatoes

1. __________________ ____________________
2. __________________ ____________________
3. __________________ ____________________
4. __________________ ____________________

Teacher’s Signature Parent’s Signature
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WORK SHEET No. 3 Date________
Month________
Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts
Half
I. Guess their weights and match:
Parent’s Signature
2 kg
20 kg
50 g
100 g
10 kg
25 g
More than 100 kg

Competency : Ability to compute

II. Do as directed and complete the table:

Weights Double
2000 g
1 kg
6 kg
4000 g
20 kg

Teacher’s Signature

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________
Month________
Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Make a list of any 6 things which weigh:

Less than 1 Kg More than 1Kg

KG

II. Draw the weights that you will use to weigh the items given in
the table:

Items Weights used
50 kg of wheat
9 kg of beans Parent’s Signature
Half a kg of tomatoes 37
10 kg and 700 g of rice
800 g of sugar

Teacher’s Signature