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Students explore the concept of measurement. In this measurement lesson, students discuss what specific measurement tools such as an odometer measure. Students recite a measurement poem. Students make a foldable with conversion units...
Introducing measurement can be as simple as reading a book and then using measurement tools to understand how big a foot really is. The class reads and discusses the book How Big is a Foot? by Rolf Myller, stopping often to consider the...
This seventh grade life science quiz has a professional appearance and well-written multiple-choice questions. However, it seems to cover too broad a variety of biology topics for only 15 questions to fully assess. There is one question...
Review questions like these can be used in your biology, chemistry, physics, or earth science classes! They assess scientists' understanding of laboratory measurement tools including graduated cylinders, thermometers, and balances. They...
Middle school or high school physical science pupils will warm up to the topic of heat when viewing this set of slides. It covers heat transfer, measurement tools, phase changes, and more. Have demonstrations and examples of the tools...
How can we find volume if it a shape isn't easy to measure? Investigate methods for determining this as the volume of regular and irregular objects is explored in several stations. Learners discover that when the standard formula for...
Second graders discuss appropriate units of measure to use when weighing the contents of their desks. They use a scale to weigh different items from their desks. They write down weight in pounds and graph the results using an online...
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Did your students forget to bring their protractors to class again? Using this resourceful copy of four identical protractors, you can easily make a class set or let your students take them home.
An in-class and at-home assignment, young math stars find and list items from home and school that they think are one foot in length. Once the list is made, provide everyone with rulers to measure and find the actual lengths of their items.
Young scholars recognize that measuring tools can come in many different shapes and sizes. In this early childhood math lesson, students develop creative-thinking, math, and social skills as they use nontraditional measuring tools.
Third graders examine and explore a variety of ways to measure length. They discuss how to measure large objects using the end-to-end method, and in small groups measure the length of the room using the end-to-end method with a...
Students discuss weather forecasts and different types of weather. For this weather lesson, students observe the weather and learn a weather song. They listen to a story and see weather measurement tools.
High schoolers investigate parallel and perpendicular lines. They use Cabri Jr. to construct and explore the relationships between the slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines. The drawing and measurement tools available with Cabri Jr....
Young scholars measure a variety of objects using the appropriate measuring tool. In this measurement instructional activity, students explain the importance of accuracy and precision in collecting data. They discuss the difference...
Which of these tools would work best? As scholars learn about measuring, be sure they know the proper tool for the job. There are three multiple-choice questions here prompting pupils to determine proper tool-measurement pairs. Would...
Students investigate the concept of perimeter. They design there own figure and measure the perimeter of it. The activity is given the context of the shape being a path that is traveled by a ladybug. This provides the shape of the plane...
Why are there so many lines on a ruler? Scholars measure length on two rulers, one standard and one metric. They measure in inches, millimeters, and centimeters with the centimeter measurement including a fraction. Because these are the...
Do angles change with distance? Using a previously made tool, individuals find and measure angles on a playground. They observe that angles are the same measure regardless of the distance at which they're measured.
A six-question interactive tasks mathematicians to solve addition and subtraction problems using front-end estimation. Question types consist of multiple-choice and true or false. A set of wooden beams that can be measured using moveable...
Develop a degree of measurement. With the aid of a protractor, the video shows how to measure angles. The segment of a larger playlist on geometry basics points out that it is possible to start at a value other than zero when measuring...
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Is a saw a tool? What about a thermometer? Discover the applications of various tools with a worksheet that accompanies a matching card game. Learners search for tools from a stack of cards and circle its match on their worksheet.
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