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Vocabulary Cards: Many Measurement Tools

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Vocabulary Cards: Many Measurement Tools

Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Many Measurement Tools.

2nd grade

Math

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Measurement Mania #9: Jump!

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Measurement Mania #9: Jump!

This cute printable challenges your third grader to practice identifying on a ruler the different heights that each of the critters can jump.

3rd grade

Math

Worksheet

Measurements of Length

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Measurements of Length

Is a flamingo taller than a duck? In this worksheet, kids put each group of things in order from shortest to tallest.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

Ice Cream Measuring Activity

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Ice Cream Measuring Activity

Partake in this ice cream measuring activity by finding the height of each ice cream cone. Simply count the number of scoops per cone to find the answers!

1st grade

Math

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Measurement Hunt

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Measurement Hunt

Students will have fun hunting for objects and building familiarity with relative length using one foot as a target unit in this measurement activity.

1st grade

Math

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Vocabulary Cards: Measurement Tools

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Vocabulary Cards: Measurement Tools

Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Measurement Tools.

1st grade

Math

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How Tall Are They: Tools

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How Tall Are They: Tools

Your child will practice measuring and writing numbers, fine motor skills, counting and identifying objects.

1st grade

Math

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Measure & Compare End of Year Check-in

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Measure & Compare End of Year Check-in

Get your rulers ready because it's time put those measuring skills to the test! Students will use their own rulers to complete this end of year assessment, measuring and comparing in both inches and centimeters.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Measure & Draw #1

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Measure & Draw #1

Here's the challenge: measure these objects and work on re-drawing them to half their size. This worksheet will give your child practice measuring,…

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Height Measurement

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Height Measurement

Introduce your child to measuring with a ruler, using both inches and centimeters.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

Think & Measure #4

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Think & Measure #4

Practice measuring with your very own paper ruler! What's on the measuring agenda for today? A nifty purple hammer and a blue nail, of course.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

Measurement Mania: Pounds

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Measurement Mania: Pounds

Get your second grader acquainted with pounds, a unit of weight, with this estimation worksheet.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Creating Data

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Creating Data

Practice creating your own data sources in this introductory graphing activity.

3rd grade

Math

Worksheet

Vocabulary Cards: Measure with Cubes

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Vocabulary Cards: Measure with Cubes

Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Measure with Cubes.

1st grade

Math

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Vocabulary Cards: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data

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Vocabulary Cards: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data

Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data.

3rd grade

Math

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Carrot Examples

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Carrot Examples

Use these handy carrot visuals to introduce young students to the concepts of measurement and relative length.

1st grade

Math

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Glossary: Measure with Cubes

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Glossary: Measure with Cubes

Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Measure with Cubes.

1st grade

Math

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How Tall Are They: Coins!

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How Tall Are They: Coins!

Your child will practice measuring and writing numbers, counting and identifying money by coins on this worksheet for preschool math.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

Glossary: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data

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Glossary: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data

Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data.

3rd grade

Math

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Measure & Draw #3

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Measure & Draw #3

There's something fishy going on here! That's a silly pair of objects to practice using a ruler with. Just remember the all-important phrase,…

2nd grade

Math

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Subtract and Compare

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Subtract and Compare

Which is larger: an inch, a centimeter, or a paper clip? Students will practice their subtraction while building comparison skills with this math activity.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Glossary: Many Measurement Tools

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Glossary: Many Measurement Tools

Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Many Measurement Tools.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

How Tall Are They: Writing Instruments

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How Tall Are They: Writing Instruments

This measurement worksheet will let your child learn to measure objects, practice counting, identifying colors and recalling objects.

1st grade

Math

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Measure & Draw #4

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Measure & Draw #4

Your child will inch her way across this worksheet, literally! Get out a ruler and have her measure the pictures on the page. She'll get practice…

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Vocabulary Cards: Measurement Hunt

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Vocabulary Cards: Measurement Hunt

Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Measurement Hunt.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

An all-time favorite in measuring the length of an object is a single piece of wood re-used over the years to track a child’s growth. For more ideas about how to practice measuring length, check out the activities below. While out measuring objects, your child will have the perfect opportunity to practice their addition skills as well, including working with fractions.

A student’s first introduction to geometrical concepts might be the concept of measuring length. Length is the distance, in a single plane, from one point to another in a standard unit of measure.

When students first begin to work with length, they will likely not use any specific unit of measure, instead becoming comfortable with the concept by comparing length of different objects from a single point. They can begin estimating at this point. Without measuring, which of two objects would be longer.

Length is not always a straight line, either. When students measure the perimeter of irregular objects, they can use string to line the edge of the object, then measure the string for an accurate measurement. This can be enlightening to students as they realize that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line and just how much shorter that straight line can be.

When students begin to measure, they can start to perform calculations on the measurements they get. What is the difference in length between two objects? How much would the length of one object have to decrease to fit into a container.

At this point students can be introduced to length as an attribute of two-dimensional shapes. Determining the length of different shapes will begin to lay the foundation for finding the area of these shapes in the future.

Working with students on the geometrical attribute of length using the resources provided above by Education.com may help students build a strong foundation on which they can approach geometry in the future.

When students first begin to work with length, they will likely not use any specific unit of measure, instead becoming comfortable with the concept by comparing length of different objects from a single point. They can begin estimating at this point. Without measuring, which of two objects would be longer.

Length is not always a straight line, either. When students measure the perimeter of irregular objects, they can use string to line the edge of the object, then measure the string for an accurate measurement. This can be enlightening to students as they realize that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line and just how much shorter that straight line can be.

When students begin to measure, they can start to perform calculations on the measurements they get. What is the difference in length between two objects? How much would the length of one object have to decrease to fit into a container.

At this point students can be introduced to length as an attribute of two-dimensional shapes. Determining the length of different shapes will begin to lay the foundation for finding the area of these shapes in the future.

Working with students on the geometrical attribute of length using the resources provided above by Education.com may help students build a strong foundation on which they can approach geometry in the future.