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Engage your class in an exciting hands on math centers experience, comparing weight! This mini lesson is perfect for science and math centers in Kindergarten and First Grade classrooms and packed full of engaging student activities. Students will learn more about measuring weight using hands on le
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This measuring weight activity pack is perfect for math stations, small groups and independent work. 8 practical activities are included, all of which are designed to help develop comparative vocabulary by weighing with non-standard units of measurement.Pack includes:1. Heavier and Lighter: Students
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Heavy or Light? Is a fun introduction to measuring and comparing weight. Included: 1. Instructional posters. 2. Students sort the pictures into heavy or light. 3. ‘Read and Write the room’ Print the posters smaller using the multiple print option. Place the words on the walls around the room. Stud
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This is a quick, creative approach to comparing student weight to real life objects. This math activity is combined with a little drawing and coloring to get your kiddo's creative thinking flowing while they learn about measurement. This activity has two different pages for your students, one for b
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Weigh to go is a hands on measurement center using items you probably already have in your classroom! Students will compare the weight of items such as glue bottles, pencils, erasers, tissue boxes and scissors using balance scales, and then record the results. There are 4 sets of measurement cards
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Comparing Weights Between Lighter and Heavier than Using Every Day Items Item Description~ These pages have the kids think about the weight of items. Kids will circle the heavier item. In the rectangular portion on the bottom, kids can work on their writing skills here. For Preschoolers or Kin
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This worksheet features pictures recognizable objects. The students will number the objects in order from lightest to heaviest, They will write a 1 under the lightest object and a 3 under the heaviest. This worksheet can be used for a whole group guided practice, independent work, small group interv
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Teach children how to compare weights with this hands-on measurement activity. These printables were made to be used with a balance scale and a number of containers filled with materials (directions included). Guide your kids through the scientific method as they explore the materials, take two mate
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Math Teaching Resources: Comparing Weight In this math teaching resource students practice describing and comparing the weights of different objects. Materials include an animated 33 slide PowerPoint presentation with interactive activities, 3 accompanying worksheets and links to comparing weight
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Essentials Bundle - Comparing Weights – Balancing Babies Engage your students and practice core math skills with these fun, short tasks! In Balancing Babies, students compare actual weights of their favorite animals to find which is the heaviest. When they finish, they can repeat this activity for
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Great activity for Primary Measurement Math Unit This is a printable worksheet to be used with a measurement center. You will need balances, and random items. I use toys from my classroom, glue bottles, books, etc. I try to find varying weights. I have used this during math centers, with small
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The Power Point Presentation has students create a t-chart to compare weight and mass. Using a list provided, students decide which column the description belongs. I use this to start the class period as a quick problem of the day. A problem of the day gives the students an assignment to do while
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Students love to play bump games in Math, and once they play one bump game, they will catch on very quickly. Bump games get your students engaged and participating in "math talk". Instructions are included. All students need is a pair of dice, some round counters or other small game pieces, and
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Your students will LOVE reinforcing their math skills with this fun and engaging digital resource! Exploration Station is a self-checking digital activity that will allow your students to practice a variety of math skills, gain immediate feedback, and have fun! Objectives: -Compare the weight of tw
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Teachers may use this as a poster to make whole group predictions of which items will be heavier or lighter than the student's scissors. You may also run individual copies for students to record their predictions. When we did this whole group, I had two colors of post-its. One color represented st
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This is a six page book that allows students the opportunity to sequence three objects on each page in order from heaviest to lightest and lightest to heaviest.
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Here are 8 unique "no copy" worksheets where students will compare the weights of 4 scales and determine if the questions are true or false.
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In alignment to measurement standards and geometry standards, this assessment is a test that presents students questions that challenge their knowledge on weight (comparing two objects, understanding a scale and measurement tools, metal math reviews, etc).
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This first grade math unit in Measurement presents five activities (with answer key) in which students compare the weight or liquid volume of items by direct comparison (look at pictures of animals & select the lighter one) or by nonstandard units (weighing fruit with blocks). The last page is
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This recording sheet can be used with a math or science center where students use balance scales, connecting cubes, and basic objects to measure weight.
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The student will circle the heavier looking object and mark an X on the object that appears to be lighter. This aligns to Envision Topic 12-8. *If you download, then please give me a rating!
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This activity serves as a math exit ticket to assess student understanding of comparing weights of objects. Directions are included on worksheet. It is aligned to the Common Core and states a focus skill. Use this kid friendly assessment to identify which students achieved the daily learning objecti
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Students weigh 2 objects in their hands and compare them to the weight of a pencil. They then decide which object weighs more than a pencil and which weighs less than a pencil. Then they draw the objects in order from lightest to heaviest. Then they move on to a second set of objects.
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Measurement homework to have the students practice comparing weights of different objects to scissors. The students create a balance at home using a hanger and string (provided by the teacher). Then they compare the weight of a pair of scissors to other objects around their home.
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