# Metric conversion

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### Here are just a few examples of some creative ways of illustrating metric conversion charts: A very funny one that uses mnemonics: A scientific one:

Susan Grey saved to Geometry formulas

### 1,123 Likes, 60 Comments - A Primary Kind of Life (@aprimarykindoflife) on Instagram: “Well hello, metric conversions. Up until today, I had no idea what some of these were... 😳…”

A Primary Kind Of Life saved to Anchor charts

### Do your students need to learn about metric and customary units? This resource can be a great reference guide for your students on metric and customary units of measurement. These sheets are colorful and easy to understand. Not only does it give a visual for customary units and metric units, it's a ...

Holly Henegar saved to Classroom anchor charts

### When I was subbing in 6th grade I was able to teach a fun lesson about metric conversions. We read a story and introduced a sentence to help students remember the order of the metric units. The original story was a little different than the one below. It used the sentence "King Henry Does Usually Drink Chocolate Milk," but the students and I decided that was a boring sentence and we preferred the more interesting one that read, "King Henry Died Unusually Drinking Chocolate Milk." So I edited…

Aimee Paradis-Youngblood saved to Math Ideas

### An easy way to convert in the metric system: King Henry Died By Drinking Chocolate Milk. This mnemonic device will help you easily move the decimal place t...

Rachael Mione saved to 5th grade math class

### Here is our Metric to Standard Conversion Chart for converting metric measures to standard US measures. These math conversion tables are free to download or print out.

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