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Have you heard the news? King Henry died by drinking chocolate milk! Like, please excuse my dear Aunt Sally, this mnemonic device is handy to have in the math classroom. This activity sets your students up for success with converting measurements within the metric system. Designed to help meet the f
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A complete metric conversion product that includes a poster and individual posters for students to glue in notebooks. The product is in color and in black and white. There are two versions of charts: Version 1: King Henry Died By Drinking Chocolate Milk Version 2: King Henry Doesn't Usual
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Metric Conversions Task Cards include: *16 Metric Conversion Problem Task Cards *A mini-poster that could be added to a notebook or binder that has all metric prefixes in order + a mnemonic device to remember the order (King Henry Died By Drinking Chocolate Milk). *Student Record Sheet *Answer Key
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It is imperative that students be able to use the Metric System comfortably in a science class and understand how to convert measurements within the system. The PowerPoint slide show introduces students to Metric measurements and shows an easy method of converting within the system. This download
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What is a metric system? The metric system is the measuring system based on the meter, liter, and gram as units of length, capacity, and weight or mass. The easier way to memorize the metric system is by using the memorization line: “King Henry Died by drinking chocolate milk” Where: King has K
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Students use the "King Henry Died By Drinking Chocolate Milk" method to convert units. Great for interactive notebook. Includes answer key. Download the font here: http://www.dafont.com/search.php?q=architects+daughter ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Want to see more
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This 2 page handout/poster gives students a visual reminder about the proper method for converting units within the customary and metric measurement systems. The chart also lists the customary and metric abbreviations for the most commonly used measurements. The chart also uses the "King Henry Die
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A poster to help students remember the metric system prefixes using "King Henry Died Drinking Chocolate Milk".
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I created this worksheet to go along with an introductory 5th grade lesson in converting meters. After having a discussion about meters and the meter stick, I set kids free with their math partner to measure some items in the room and fill out only the Object Column and the Measurement column. We g
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Smart Notebook file teaching King Henry Died Drinking Chocolate Milk and more for metric conversions.
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Metric system conversions are tricky to remember! King Henry Died Unexpectedly Drinking Chocolate Milk! Learn how to convert measurements using the metric system while learning about how King Henry's love for chocolate milk led to his death. Use this resource to tie into any lesson plan you have r
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Metric Conversion - King Henry Died Unexpectedly Drinking Chocolate Milk
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This is a 41 slide PowerPoint presentation introducing the metric system (SI units) and unit conversions. Practice problems are included (as are answers to problems [via animations]). This is appropriate for grades 6-11. Can be easily adapted to suit your classroom needs. Includes: What is a s
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This is adapted from one of the timeless children's classics, "Fortune Teller". I've also seen them being called "Cootie Catchers." Either way, students love them and it is a great way to take something fun and throw a little math into it. This activity comes with the "Fortune Teller" itself, the di
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A graphic organizer for students to use to help students learn the different metric units and abbreviations. A completed graphic organizer is included to use as a reference chart and a blank chart is included for students to use to record the different units. A great addition to a math notebook, hom
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This chart helps students remember the mnemonic (King Henry Died Usually Drinking Chocolate Milk) to covert metric units.
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Used in my interactive notebook to introduce/review the metric system prefixes. Very simple, leaves room for you to have students write in notes or whatever else you'd like for them to have on this foldable/flipchart. I have my students write the acronym (KIng Henry Died Unusually Drinking Chocolate
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This is a two page reference guide that provides visual representations using bar models of the units to show relationship comparisons between units. Each page also provides a quick summary of the conversion steps for both customary and metric units. The simple process of multiplying when you move f
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Do you students need help converting metric units? I teach my students the acronym, King Henry Died unexpectedly Drink Chocolate Milk. Afterwards, teaching my students three simple steps and using this organizer helps them to understand how to convert metric units. It's a great visual and easy to re
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This file includes ALL of my anchor charts for fifth grade math in South Carolina using the South Carolina College and Career Ready standards. I have worked 6 years on getting all of these anchor charts just right. This document is EXACTLY what my fifth graders have in their notebooks for math notes
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A poster set of a silly sentence I used with my students this year to help them remember their conversions of metric measurement. This set uses the "King Henry Died Monday Drinking Chocolate Milk" sentence.
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Metric Units: Math Mnemonic This mnemonic has been around as long as I can remember, but the original source is unknown. We tweaked it a bit to make it more fun and added motion. This product includes a condensed page for teachers, a poster for students (for classroom display or an interactive not
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