This support lesson provides students the opportunity to use two different tools to measure the length of familiar objects while introducing content specific vocabulary words. Use alone or alongside the lesson How Big is the Playground?
In this hands-on math lesson, your students will practice using content specific vocabulary as they learn all about comparison! This can be used as a stand-alone or support lesson for the **Sizing Up a Bee Hive** lesson plan.
In this hands-on lesson, your students will get to sharpen their measuring skills as they measure lengths of items in your classroom to the nearest quarter inch. They'll get to then use their data to create line plots.
WIth this lesson, students will have fun building masterpieces unifex cubes. Then, they will identify which item is bigger or smaller. his lesson plan can be used as a stand alone or support lesson for the **Comparing Bigger and Smaller** lesson plan.
Students will use the inverse relationship between multiplication and division to complete an area formula in a real-world situation. Use this lesson on its own or as support for the lesson The Case of the Missing Rectangle Side.
In this active lesson, your students will love learning how to use a ruler as they go on a measurement scavenger hunt in the classroom! It can be used as a stand-alone or support lesson for the Wonderful World of Worms lesson plan.
Students will "bee" happy that they got to practice their size differentiation skills with this fun collage activity. In this lesson, students will size sort rectangles from longest to shortest to create a bright beehive.