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If you need a quick, memorable, and visual way to help your students with conversions between different units within the metric system, then look no further! This set is a ready-to-go printable resource, so without any prep, you've got a reference source your students are sure to remember. Convert y
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Measurement conversion can sure be tricky! These customary and metric measurement posters will help your students simplify the process and visualize the order in which they need to compute their conversion.THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES» 4 colorful posters» Converting customary length» Converting customary
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In order to estimate units of measure and to help us visualize their amounts, we use benchmarks. A benchmark is a common object that helps us remember the measure. Most Americans know how much two liters is because they picture a two liter soda. If we can get our students to associate real w
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This 17 page downloadable PDF is a multisensory, memorable and fun way to teach metric conversion. Our friend the kangaroo, teaches the lesson in a cartoon-like fashion. The decimal point becomes a basketball and he hops left or right to make conversions a breeze. After the lesson, the publicatio
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This tool is useful when teaching students how to convert measurements. My students put this in their math journal and by the time they learn it they can convert measurements in their sleep!!
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This PDF is designed to help students remember the various prefixes for metric conversions. Included are various mnemonic sayings to help students remember the sequential order of these prefixes.
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Memorize all of the customary measurements for liquids with this song. Standard measurements are not going anywhere any time soon, so teachers should take a few moments to learn the answers to some of these questions: How many teaspoons are in one tablespoon? How many ounces are in a cup? How many g
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If you are a math or science teacher or want a cool gift for a math or science teacher then you found the right place! This bookmark has a mnemonic device used to remember the prefixes for the metric system. 6 bookmarks fit on a sheet and can be printed and laminated for your students or friends.
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This hundreds chart incorporates the value of coins and can be used as a tool in adding money. This is very helpful for students that have difficulty remembering the value of coins, counting on, and adding coins of different values together. I have found this to be very effective with students in
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This is a conversion song and chart for those of you who want to use songs in your math instruction. This product will help students convert between customary units of capacity. I have been using it successfully in my classroom for years! This zip file includes a seven page pdf file and a .wma au
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I created this cadence to help my 2nd grade class remember the different units of measurement that we cover in our lessons. It focuses on centimeters, inches, and feet in the first 'verse' and length and width in the second 'verse.' I've added a color coding key to assist in how the cadence is read.
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Students will be able to remember the area formula for the square, rectangle, parallelogram, triangle, and circle after learning this mnemonic song to the tune of "Miss Mary Mack." I think your students will really enjoy this song. Thanks, Suzanne Osborne
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For those of you that are familiar with the Story of the Metric King, meet the prequel, "The Twelve-Toed King". We know that when kids hear stories they can remember information better. Students have a hard time memorizing simple units of measurement, expecially when they've been "trained" in the ba
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Students of many different ages can use this chart to successfully convert between customary and metric measurements of the same type (for example between tablespoons and quarts, and between kilometers and centimeters). At our school, this chart is used very successfully with all students in grades
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This is an alternative to the gallon man/gallon G. In this butterfly it is easier for students to see how many cups, pints, and quarts are in a gallon. Has two to a page to be able to glue into an interactive notebook. Using a blank one can be approved for a supplemental aide for standardized tes
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Conversion Reference Posters for Both Customary (Standard American) and Metric Measurements. Practice problems included for each topic! Save a dollar with this bundle! For more details about each resource use the tab above to explore the individually linked resources (2 included products). I hope
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This is a PowerPoint about Mr. Gallon's Party. It is a great way to remember how many cups, pints, and quarts are in a gallon.
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This is a rhyme to help students understand what temperatures in Celsius are hot, warm, cool and cold.
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Help students understand time more easily with these fun characters, visuals, and worksheets! Included in this resource: -Teaching Guide -Make a Clock Cut-Out with Baby Hour Hand and Daddy Minute Hand -Clock Hand Characteristic Cards -Set Quarter Hour Clock Visuals -Time Facts Printable Works
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(FRENCH) Convertir les unités de mesure pour les unités métriques de longueur. Teach conversion with this handy visual tool. This resource gives students a trip to learn how to convert the following units of measurement (for length): Millimeters (mm), centimeters (cm), decimeters (dm), meters (m
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I have created a foldable for students to use when converting units using the metric system for length, volume, and mass. This is a great tool using the "ladder" method and a mnemonic memory device. You can either use the power completed form on the projector and have students fill in the semi blank
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How many quarts are in a gallon? Pints? Cups? Using the BIG G visual you can show your kids how to draw it out and easily remember. I also included images of typical milk packaging so they can compare quantities. It's nothing fancy, but it works!
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In this resource I have changed the cube into a superman character called Super Cube. I basically describe the cube, tell how to find the volume of a cube and a rectangular prism. This resource is meant to get your student's attention at the beginning of the lesson on volume.
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Math Mnemonic
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