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How far do I have to walk in order to make 1 mile? Students measure, add, and figure it out.

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12/01/2022
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Students love to have choice and move around the classroom in this measurement lesson that begins with a beloved picture book.

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12/01/2022
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This lesson is a real world task that combines many skills the students have learned throughout the school year.

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12/01/2022
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Made to measure! In this lesson students will be able to use the transitive principle for indirect measurement as they compare the lengths of the objects to each other.

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12/01/2022
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It's getting buggy! Students use unifix cubes as their non-standard measurement tool.

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12/01/2022
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SWBAT identify the math all around them and explain their thinking.

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12/01/2022
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Students will be working with rulers to measure real life objects along with manipulating a ruler in a Smart Board activity!

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12/01/2022
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Students create line plots and analyze data using measurement data with quarter unit fractions.

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12/01/2022
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Students apply measurement, graphing, and data skills to the real world context of physical education with standing jumps.

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12/01/2022
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Students measure fish to determine if the fish is a keeper or not a keeper. In doing so, they also tackle rigorous measurement questions!

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12/01/2022
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In order to pull small groups during math instruction, the rest of the students need engaging activities that they can complete independently. These centers allow students to practice a variety of math skills including measurement.

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12/01/2022
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SWBAT take the data from class and home and create comparisons of the different ways math is used by adults.

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12/01/2022
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First Graders need to use direct and indirect comparisons to measure objects. Today they will use their new knowledge of dinosaurs to find the longest of the giant lizards.

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12/01/2022
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Lining up from tallest to shortest is a great way to practice looking at height and exploring the terms shorter and taller.

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12/01/2022
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Students use a variety of measurement tools to measure both small and larger distances.

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12/01/2022
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Butterflies and caterpillars are the focus of this measurement lesson, integrating our math and science curriculum.

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12/01/2022
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Students build measuring skills using quarter inch measurements.

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12/01/2022
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Bill Murray called it "Baby Stepping" but today we will be student stepping. The students will measure 8 different lines using their own feet!

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12/01/2022
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They measure in Japan too. Students measure two objects and compare to decide how much larger one is than the other.

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12/01/2022
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Counting by 10's is easy for students of this age. Knowing that base 10 can be used to help multiply and divide in the higher numbers by decomposing is critical. This lesson sets the base for future work.

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