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 Usually D
This is a single sheet chart of metric units and how to convert between them. It has length, capacity, and mass.At the bottom is US standard units of measurement and their conversions. Abbreviations for each measurement are also listed with picture cues that categorize types of measurements. Please
I quickly found out how important a solid anchor chart is after teaching measurement in my own classroom. There is also value in having the units displayed differently. This is a wonderful resource that students can use as a fold able or simply glue in to their math interactive notebook. You can cut
Have you heard that King Henry died by drinking chocolate milk? Well, not really. King Henry Died By Drinking Chocolate Milk is a silly mnemonic phrase that will help students remember the order of the metric prefixes. Since the metric system is based upon units of 10 (powers of 10), students can ea
Description:This is a resource I created in anticipation of teaching the customary and metric units of conversion; length, capacity, and weight. With input from fellow teachers, this has become the most popular set of posters/anchor charts in my store. IT IS NOT AN ACTIVITY! I don't make those as th
This chart is a great resource for teaching students metric conversions. It is based on the acronym "King Henry Doesn't Usually Drink Chocolate Milk." This chart is a great tool that provides children with the 6 basic metric units and their correct order.
Looking for a way to help students remember how to convert in the metric system? This makes a great addition to anchor chart notebooks! "King Henry Danced Making Dark Chocolate Milk" is as easy to remember as "HOMES" for the Great Lakes or "My Very Enthusiastic Mother Just Served Us Noodles" to re
This resource is perfect for 4th, where students multiply to convert from one unit to another. However, it can be used with other grades as well. Units are in order from largest to smallest from left to right, just as numbers are larger from left to right. This sheet is the perfect addition to th
FREE Measurement Conversion Chart!
Includes all conversion rates for metric and customary units of length, weight, and capacity. Also includes time.
I print these on card-stock and then laminate them. They live inside my classroom desks so students have them on hand AT ALL TIMES!
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MEASUREMENT AND DATA STANDARDS | METRIC CONVERSIONS | CONVERT USING DIVISION | CONVERT USING MULTIPLICATION | METRIC LADDER | 4.MD.1 | FOURTH GRADE MATH | DISTANCE LEARNING RESOURCEThere are 3 anchor charts to fit all the needs of this standard. Check out the MD.1 Bundle option.This anchor chart ali
This visual chart makes clear and easy how digits shift to larger or smaller units of metric measure--for length, liquid volume and mass. Students will have a deeper understanding of place value, decimal numbers, and the metric system as they shift digits to the left (multiplication) or the right (d
Wonderful anchor chart that easily printed and laminated. Final poster is 22in. by 17in. Open in Adobe and select poster option when printing. Simply line up the seams and tape/glue then laminate.Includes: g to kg, cm to m, m to km, and mL to L.
This activity is designed for use with 5th and 6th grade students and features a metric conversion method using a base ten place value chart. This makes the process very visual and easy for students to manipulate. (It may also be appropriate for very capable 4th graders.)
This Metric Measurement Product is all inclusive! Included is a Metric Conversion Chart display that uses the pneumonic "King Henry Doesn't Usually Drink Chocolate Milk" to help students remember the order of the metric prefixes. Add in the arrows and the multiple or divide by 10 signs and students
Convert just about any measurement using this handy chart! Includes standard metric and English measurements, hectares, acres, miles, joules, Newtons, calories, and lots more! This resource is an invaluable tool for all high school and junior high math students to have in their possession and studie
Do your students struggle with converting between millimeters, centimeters, decimeters, meters, decameters, hectometers and kilometers? This handy conversion chart will help them remember how to convert to smaller and larger units. It can even be printed, laminated, and used as a bookmark!
These posters are based on the metric conversions kilo, hecto, deka, unit, deci, centi, milli. The posters use the acronym "King Henry Doesn't Usually Drink Chocolate Milk" to help students remember the order of the metric conversions. These bright and exciting posters are great anchor charts to han