This is designed to be used to facilitate a question and answer activitiy in the classroom. Teach your students about measurement scales using this resource for your interactive white board. Generate examples using different scales on different devices at the press of a button.

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**UPDATE:** See the new, alternative reading scales resource.

TessaAn excellent interactive resource – will be using this again and again! A great find. Thank you!

adminPost authorThank you for the feedback. I intend to evolve this resource a little and put a few more types of scales in, with more lines of demarcation for more challenging reading. Don’t worry though; these will be addtions to what is already there.

Spencer

SamA fantastic resource! I found it very hard to find any resources to do with reading scales between two divisions. Thank you

MarkI am a teacher and always struggled to find decent ‘reading scales’ type material. Kids of 7-9 years loved it – a great teaching aid.

Kath GThis is brilliant – just what I needed. Thank you!

Nick SJust what I was looking for, thank you so much.

Shelagh GlenisterBrilliant, I teach adults on a numeracy Skills for Life course. This is just what I was looking for. Thanks. Shelagh G

Sheena FloreyThe children loved it – this area of maths is very under sourced – thanks!

adminPost authorIt is the most used resource on this site so I think you are right! So much so I am working on an update to it which I hope will be ready soon…

sheila LA brilliant resource. Does anyone have any extensions for year 6?

adminPost authorI’m currently working on a new version with more complex demarcation. Watch this space…

Gayatri KrishnaSuperb! Exactly what I needed…..

Craig JonesReally pleased to find this resource.

Saved me heaps of time.

I’d appreciate recieving an updated version.

TanyaThanks – just what i needed

DoreenI wish there had been a fantastic resource like this years ago. Can’t wait to try it tomorrow.

Thuso ShomanahYou website has realy helped me . Thank you

Lisa HarrisThis looks brilliant – am using it tomorrow. Thank you,

H warreni love it just what i was looking for thank you ?

Matt EldridgeA very useful resource. I am not sure if the tachometer should say “x1000″. It didn’t stop me using it however. Very successful lesson.

SpencerWell spotted! I put the X1000 and put the scale digits at the thousands. I will correct this soon. Thanks for letting me know.

Miss CExcellent resource, many thanks!

KTReally helpful, thank you.

Anonymousi have now found the sheets !!!!!!!!!!!!! yey my class dies not understand it so we are doing more work on it i hope it helps them !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:)i love it

BrendaWhat are the chances you could throw in some scales with Fahrenheit and pounds for your American neighbors? I use your scales no matter what the measurement for elementary children with special needs and they love it!!

JoannaFab resource, thanks!

SpencerI’ll try and find time to do this or it might appear in a new update of this.

deboutstanding many many thanks.

be wonderful to have more complex divisions

MaureenGreat resource will add to favourites Thank you

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Jo BlandThis is a fantastic resource. We were looking for ages for something with a variety of different real life scales. Thank you so much. It would be great if we could download these as well.