Students measure weight and capacity using non-standard and standard units of measurement. They measure in kilograms and grams while capacity is measured in litres and millilitres. Students measure accurately by reading a scale.
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Comparing Volumes of Cereal Boxes
Explore the deceptive world of food packaging with this fun math activity. Using prior knowledge about measuring the volume of three-dimensional figures, young mathematicians determine the difference between the volume of cereal boxes...
4th - 7th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Measure Angles - Homework 16.3
Very simply, geometers draw six angles with the stated angular measure. A protractor is required, so if you assign this as homework, make sure to let learners know that they will need to take a protractor with them. A critical thinking...
4th - 6th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Dance Challenge: Calculate and Compare Speed by Measuring a Series of Dance Movements
Really neat! Kids choreograph a dance phrase and then measure the distance and speed of the phrase using a timer and a meter stick. They collect the data on a table which they use to determine an average. A series of observation and...
6th - 8th Visual & Performing Arts