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With the help of a friend, students will measure to see how many pumpkins tall they are. Kiddos will then record it on a recording page and draw a picture of themselves to match. This is a great display to place in the hallway... kids all around the school will be using it to see how they measure u
With the help of a friend, students will measure to see how many apples tall they are. Kiddos will then record it on a recording page and draw a picture of themselves to match. This is a great display to place in the hallway... kids all around the school will be using it to see how they measure up!
This cute little match center game provides students with a chance to practice measuring in both standard and non-standard measurements. Students can measure the various owls using linking cubes and paper clips, or with a ruler (in inches and centimeters). Recording pages are provided for both.This
Bring some butterflies into your classroom this Spring with this fun, interactive measuring activity... How Many Butterflies Tall Are You??? With the help of a friend, students will use a beautiful butterfly measuring tape to measure how many butterflies tall they are. Kiddos will then record it on
This contains pictures and heights (in inches) of the 17 different varieties of penguins. There is also a page of clip art penguins where the students can draw their face--or you can put in a photograph, so the students can see how tall they are compared to penguins. It is a lot of fun and can mee
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PreK - 4th
Bring some fun into your classroom this Winter with this FREE, interactive measuring activity... How Many Mittens Tall Are You??? With the help of a friend, students will use a beautiful mitten measuring tape to measure how many mittens tall they are. Kiddos will then record it on a recording page
Bring some St. Patrick's Day fun into your classroom this Spring with this fun, interactive measuring activity... How Many Shamrocks Tall Are You???With the help of a friend, students will use an adorable shamrock measuring tape to measure how many shamrocks tall they are. Kiddos will then record it
With the help of a friend, students will measure to see how many monsters tall they are. Kiddos will then record it on a recording page and draw a picture of themselves to match.This is a great display to place in the hallway... kids all around the school will be using it to see how they measure up!
PLEASE BE ADVISED THIS RESOURCES HAS BEEN EXTRACTED FROM ALL ABOUT ME-PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS THE MATH CENTRE MATS IN THIS PACK TARGET UNDERSTANDING MEASUREMENTS USING UNITS OF COUNTING SUCH AS WITH SMALL OBJECTS. STUDENTS USE OBJECTS OR COUNT THE CUBES BESIDE EACH CHILD TO FIND OUT HOW TALL EA
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PreK - 1st
How Tall is a Penguin? is a series of activities that includes pre-reading, reading, research, illustration, building and mathematics components. Ideal for Grade 2 but can easily be adapted to Grade 1 and 3.
Students count the cubes and determine how tall an object is. Students click on the number to show how many cubes high the object measures.How tall is it?Math Skills Include:Determining the measurement of an object.One to one counting.If you would like this lesson as a BOOM Deck, you can get it here
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PreK - 1st
Non-Standard Measurement Fall EditionInstructions•Print and cut out leaves. You could cut out leaves around the edges and cut off the stem or you could cut in a square around the leaves (easier!).•Tape leaves together and hang them up with leaf number 1 touching the ground.•OPTIONAL Take a picture o
In this activity students will collaborate to measure one another using the large pumpkins, they will then cut the number of pumpkins they need based on their measurement, & will then paste those in the column on the right. They will draw a self portrait to represent their height in this column.
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PreK - K
Bring some summer fun into your classroom this with this fun, interactive measuring activity... How Many Frogs Tall Are You? Makes a terrific addition to your Frog, Nature or Summer studies! In this set, you'll find a frog measuring tape, recording pages, hallway display poster and book cover. With
Looking for a way to encourage critical reading skills and creative writing all in one? Here is a great lesson plan to help you do just that. Students use story books to analyze the elements of a tall tale: a main character with a special power or talent; figurative language (especially similes, met
This lesson bundle focuses on teaching students how to write a tall tale. The bundle includes a 2 page mini-lesson on tall tales (e.g. characteristics and a sample tall tale), a 4 page illustrated sample tall tale - Paul Bunyan (The Giant Lumberjack), a 2 page package of pre-writing activities (e.g
Let students have fun measuring how tall they are in feet. Students can use yarn to measure themselves and then use a ruler to measure the yarn. You can also have students lay on butcher paper, have a parnter trace the student and measure their silhouette.They can find a parnter that is taller and
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Looking for a fun and engaging way to introduce non standard units of measurement to your little learners? This bundle is for you!Simply print out and laminate as many pictures as you need for each month (I printed 10 pictures for my 4-5 year olds) and attach them to a wall where students have acce
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PreK - K
** This is a great Fall math activity using non-standard units of measurement. This is our I Can statement: “I Can use non-standard units of measurement to find out how tall I am.” ** Super easy to make! Just print, attach to a colored background (if desired) and laminate. Then attach to a wall
"I Can use non-standard units of measurement to find out how tall I am." This Download Includes: Apples, numbered 1-48; organized in stacks of 4. A page of 12 extra unnumbered apples A page of 12 black and white apples A title piece: How many apples tall are you? Sentence strips for students to co
I have used this activity alongside both the NZ Mathematics and Writing curriculum across all levels. This activity can be used within your Mathematics programme to * make a flower the height of the children to give an overview of the range of heights in the class.
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Plan a math small group where students can practice measuring their height with jumbo lego blocks or jumbo wooden blocks. Then they can record their findings on this sheet.
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PreK - K
4 Fall Autumn themed worksheets for measuring fun.
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PreK - 1st
This Stand Tall Molly Lou Melon digital or printable read-aloud lesson plan pack includes rigorous text dependent questions, differentiated graphic organizers, response to text writing activities, a craftivity, and detailed lesson plans to help you meet several core standards while maintaining your

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