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Which Is Longer? – Interactive PowerPoint

PowerPoint | 23 pages|Grade: F

An interactive PowerPoint quiz that asks students to compare the length and height of various everyday objects.

Use this engaging interactive PowerPoint when exploring the length of everyday objects.

The quiz contains 10 questions. Each question contains two images. The students must select which object is longer or shorter (depending on the question).

When answering the questions, it is important to remind your students to visualise the actual size of the real-life object. The images in the presentation are not drawn to scale.

The last slide invites the students to brainstorm some objects that are longer and shorter than their feet. Students could draw pictures of these objects in their workbooks, or their ideas could be recorded in a class anchor chart.

  Australian Curriculum alignment

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