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Kindergarten Independent Study Packet - Week 5
Workbook
Kindergarten Independent Study Packet - Week 5
This independent study packet for kindergarteners offers Week 5 of at-home learning opportunities.
Kindergarten
Science
Workbook
Unicycle Race Measurement
Game
Unicycle Race Measurement
Time to race! Kids must identify items based on measurement vocabulary.
Kindergarten
Math
Game
Kindergarten Independent Study Packet - Week 3
Workbook
Kindergarten Independent Study Packet - Week 3
Week 3 of this independent study packet for kindergarteners features targeted practice opportunities in reading, writing, and math.
Kindergarten
Social emotional
Workbook
More or Less?
Workbook
More or Less?
Help your child master the idea of more, less, and equal. This workbook is filled with math comparison exercises that teach your preschooler the basic math concept of sizes and amounts.
Preschool
Math
Workbook
Reordering Objects
Game
Reordering Objects
Kids compare objects by their length and height to place them in the correct order.
Math
Game
Measuring Length in Inches
Exercise
Measuring Length in Inches
American students will benefit greatly from this exercise that instructs how to measure in inches.
Math
Exercise
Under the Sea Math
Workbook
Under the Sea Math
Learning numbers 1-10 is key in pre-math development, and this workbook teaches number recognition, counting and even simple addition with fun, bright illustrations.
Preschool
Math
Workbook
Movie Night Measurement
Game
Movie Night Measurement
Kids practice measurement with a virtual ruler in this drag-and-drop game.
Math
Game
World Tour: Measurement
Game
World Tour: Measurement
Help out with the Twigs World Tour, and practice measuring with different units from both metric and standard systems.
Math
Game
Circus Measurement
Game
Circus Measurement
Kids practice measurement with comparison vocabulary at the Big Top.
Kindergarten
Math
Game
Solve the Measurement Riddles
Game
Solve the Measurement Riddles
Add a tricky twist to measurement math drills with this fun set of riddles.
Kindergarten
Math
Game
Comparing Tall and Short
Lesson Plan
Comparing Tall and Short
From skyscrapers to ants, comparing sizes with your class can be endlessly fun! This lesson will help your students compare short and tall sizes.
Preschool
Math
Lesson Plan
Measure Buildings with Super Floyd
Game
Measure Buildings with Super Floyd
Kids must use a ruler to identify buildings and help Super Floyd save the day.
Math
Game
More, Less, or Equal: Comparing Quantities
Lesson Plan
More, Less, or Equal: Comparing Quantities
In this lesson, your students will get hands-on practice comparing quantities! Students will compare using buttons, blocks, and their classmates.
Kindergarten
Math
Lesson Plan
Ordering Lengths and Heights
Game
Ordering Lengths and Heights
Learn lengths with some wild and crazy shapes in this sorting game that sorts by length and height.
Math
Game
Rock Star Ruler Measurement
Game
Rock Star Ruler Measurement
Kids practice estimation and working with a ruler in this colorful measurement game.
Math
Game
Biggest and Smallest Mud Hop
Game
Biggest and Smallest Mud Hop
Concepts of "biggest" and "smallest" are important for early math learners. Decide which object is bigger or smaller in this cute game.
Kindergarten
Math
Game
Kindergarten Math Essentials
Workbook
Kindergarten Math Essentials
This workbook covers familiar kindergarten math topics from counting to easy addition problems.
Kindergarten
Math
Workbook
Workbook
This summer-themed workbook guides students in practicing the essential skills they’ll need to know as they enter first grade, from word study and math to reading and writing.
Workbook
Heavier or Lighter?
Lesson Plan
Heavier or Lighter?
Fill ‘em up! This lesson teaches students to compare how much different containers can hold. Get ready for some overflowing fun!
Kindergarten
Math
Lesson Plan
Measurement and Data 2
Guided Lesson
Measurement and Data 2
Measurement and data in first grade includes such important concepts as comparing the length and weight of two objects using a third object. This guided lesson, designed by curriculum experts, takes students on an exploration of these measurement and data concepts. Once through with the lesson, kids can gain extra practice with measurement and data with the accompanying worksheets.
Math
Guided Lesson
Measurement 1
Guided Lesson
Measurement 1
This guided lesson takes kids on an exploration of the world of measurement, from weight to volume to recording data. Commonly, third graders have a difficult time applying math skills to real-world problems, but this lesson, designed by our curriculum experts, will help provide important context for measurement skills. For even more printable practice, consider downloading and printing the recommended measurement worksheets.
Math
Guided Lesson
Lesson Plan
Can your students link line plots with fractions? In this interactive, hands-on math lesson, students will learn how to use a line plot to add fractions and solve corresponding word problems.
Math
Lesson Plan
Estimating Length
Lesson Plan
Estimating Length
Advance your students from relative measurements to learning about standardized units with this lesson that teaches them about inches and feet by using common classroom objects.
Math
Lesson Plan
Exploring Fractions & Decimals
Workbook
Exploring Fractions & Decimals
Fractions and decimals are way more fun when you apply them to real life scenarios, like parties, food and pets! This workbook teaches kids all about splitting up numbers.
Math
Workbook

Measurement Resources

Human beings have a need to measure everything in this world, even the things the eye can’t see. From atoms to rocks to cups of water to planets and everything in between, we want a number that shows the size or amount of something. With our resources, teach your child all about standard measurements, and watch their curiosity grow about how much the world around them contains.

Measurement Basics

We measure just about anything, but the most common measurements are length, area, volume, mass and time. The examples below are from the U.S. Standard of Measurement.
• Length tells us how long something is, and generally measured in inches, feet, yards and miles.
• Area tells us the size of the surface, and is generally measured in square inch, square foot, square yard, and acre.
• Volume tells us the capacity of something, and is generally measured in fluid ounces, cups, pints, quarts and gallons
• Mass/weight tells us how heavy something is, and is generally measured in ounces, pounds and tons.
• Temperature tells us how hot or cold something is, and is generally measured in Fahrenheit.
• Time is generally measured in seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months and years.
U.S. Standard of Measurement vs. Metric System
The United States uses one type of measurement called the U.S. Standard of Measurement while the most of the world uses the Metric System.
Some common Metric System measurements include grams, meters, hectares and Celsius. The Metric System also adds prefixes to measurements to make something larger or smaller. For example, a terabyte is bigger than a megabyte, while a nanometer is smaller than a centimeter.

Students are taught both U.S. Standard of Measurement and the Metric System, but most importantly, they are taught how to convert from one system to another; for example, converting kilometers to miles or gallons to liters.

Measuring things around you is a fun way to get to know the world, whether you’re measuring something small or something big. There is a scale for just about everything, and our worksheets and exercises will help your child learn all about them.