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When it comes to using a ruler, how does your class measure up? Find out with this simple measurement learning exercise that asks children to determine the lengths of common, everyday items to the nearest half inch.
A gentle voice and jazz music make this video easy on the senses. It provides a close-up view of a Vernier Ruler as the narrator explains how it works and how to use one to measure the diameter of a pen. Since this ruler is used for...
Unfortunately a portion of the beginning of this video is cut off. Close up views of how to use a metric ruler are displayed. Percentage error is mentioned. If you have a large class, this may provide a more practical way to demonstrate...
A visual measuring exercise that lends itself nicely to an all-class warm up, especially as it doesn't provide room for scholars to write in answers on the sheet itself. They examine 10 rulers and determine the length in either inches,...
Three rulers offer measuring practice with inches, centimeters, and millimeters. Scholars write four measurements, two of which involve fractional units. For the metric ruler they measure the same length in both centimeters and...
In this using a ruler worksheet, students utilize a ruler to measure the length of four objects and then choose four small objects from their desk to outline and measure.
Two Russian rulers are discussed, Ivan the Terrible and Peter the Great. The presentation outlines their absolute rule, reform, politics, and accomplishments. A good starting point for studying Russian government.
Trying to approach measuring in a fun and interactive way? You found it! This worksheet has young learners first cut out two "rulers" - one with simple units marked, and another with blank squares. They begin by going around their house...
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Measure lines in inches using the most common tool of measurement: a ruler. Young mathematicians use a ruler to measure various lines. They also learn to round the the nearest quarter when measurements are not precise.
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Who knew that you could measure time with a ruler? This great printable resource allows young mathematicians to visualize the hours of the day as they learn to calculate elapsed time.
Now, this is what I consider to be a worthwhile PowerPoint to show. It covers two specific mathematical topics; longer than and shorter than. Learners are challenged to tell if an object is longer or shorter than a set number of inches...
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...
There are seven rulers here and scholars determine the measurement of each, some in inches and some in centimeters. The answer options are listed. Although there are some fractions involved, they are only at the half-inch or centimeter....
Teaching a unit of the age of absolutism in 16th century Europe? If you are, this presentation may be of interest. Each slide depicts European rulers during the age of absolutism. This is an image-driven slide show intended to accompany...
Learners use a ruler to make measurements, and to create triangles and a rectangle. They take the shapes they've made and assemble them into an evergreen tree image. This simple, yet effective, lesson plan would be ideal for young...
Second and third graders explore the size of their bodies. They use string to measure parts of their body in small groups. After measuring with string, learners measure the string with a ruler. They then glue their string to a piece of...
First graders learn how use a ruler to measure common items. In this measurement lesson, 1st graders examine the numerical markings on rulers and learn that each number stands for a unit of measure. They measure 5 classroom items after...
Fourth and fifth graders examine how to construct perpendicular lines and to bisect angles using rulers and compasses in this unit of lessons. They design a number of polygons using these methods.
In this home school support worksheet, 2nd graders review the process of measuring with a six inch ruler with a home support person. They practice by measuring small items around the house to the nearest inch.
In this math resource worksheet, students can print out paper rulers. They choose between 20 different rulers that are different widths, and are delineated with standard or metric measurements.
First graders investigate objects using rulers and magnifying glasses. They record their observations using a data-recording sheet and write a characteristic for each item they observe. They use the ruler to solve math problems.
In this construction worksheet, students utilize a compass and a ruler to reconstruct a line segment and to combine two line segments together in 2 questions.
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