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What Is a Foot?
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.
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- Read The Foot Book, by Dr. Seuss to your class, prior to handing out this worksheet
- Provide rulers for students to use in class and at home
- In-class and at-home assignment
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