# Units of Measurement

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Measurement and Geometry 1

Whew. I can't believe we've been in school for over a month now. Crazy! Getting the hang of things at school and in my graduate courses has zapped most of my time, and I haven't been creating things for my classroom as much as finding so many WONDERFUL resources in blogland. So I thought I'd let you see just what we've been doing. I co-teach in a 5th grade math class so far we have: Reviewed multiplication and division One "trick" to help students remember division is Dad, Mother, Sister…

Hey y'all! Another busy week is almost over. {Hooray, Hooray!} And by the looks of the TPT sellers that I follow, Dr. Seuss day is almo...

Area/Perimeter robots - get the children to draw robots and write the area and perimeter of each section (Sally Maddison)

Help kindergarteners compare length & use appropriate vocabulary with this FREE "Shorter and Longer" activity. Great hands on practice for comparing length.

Inchworm, inchworm, Measuring the marigold. You and your arithmetic... You'll probably go far! So here is the beginning of my Kindergarten Measurement Unit. This is a fun unit, and that's a great thing, because we spend a lot of time on it! The unit is divided into 4 sections: length, surface area, weight and capacity. (We're also supposed to do temperature, but we cover that so much in science that we skip it in math). As with everything, we start out with lots and lots of hands-on…

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Counting and Measuring with Lego

This activity is all over pinterest! What a great way to introduce the concept of area and perimeter to kids! Start out creating squares and rectangles and find the area/perimeter. Then, have kids construct irregular polygons (and find a/p). Once they understand it, give them an area and perimeter and see if they can construct the MYSTERY shape!

Measurement is a great opportunity for our students to participate in hands-on activities, explore their environment and learn a bunch of new math vocabulary! :) Debbie Diller tells us that it's overwhelming for children to remember all the measurement vocabulary we ask them to use, especially if we teach all the strands of measurement at once. She said, "This is a very important (and foundational) area of mathematics, so be sure to provide enough time to teach measurement concepts well."…

MEASUREMENT AND CONNECTION. Children recognize the attributes of weight and compare objects. Children are able to recognize the mathematics during play. I would use pictures of friends. I would do this activity after they played on seesaw... I may use a scale for an expanded activity.

Introduce your fourth or fifth grader to volume by having him build rectangular prisms, and then count each sugar cube to check his volume calculations.

Sucks to be Telly.