# Comparing Weight Center Activity: Eureka Math Module 3 Topic H

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1. These center activities are designed to compliment Eureka Math (Engage NY) Kindergarten Module 3.In Module 3 students will:Measure height, length, volume, and weight using non-standard measurementsCompare objects based on measurable attributesCompare quantities to 10Compare numerals to 10Compare gro
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2. These center activities are designed to compliment Eureka Math (Engage NY) Kindergarten throughout the year.There are 75 center activities included! In Module 1 students will:Sort items that are the same and differentClassify objectsCount groups 0-10Identify numbers 0-10Build sets with 0-10 objectsF
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### Description

This center activity is designed to compliment Eureka Math (Engage NY) Kindergarten Module 3, Topic H. Students will compare and measure weight.

Students pick a card and look at the item on the scale. They decide based on the position of the scale if they need an item that is heavier or lighter.

Students can place one of the picture cards on the scale or draw a picture of an object using dry erase markers.

There is no right answer! Ask students to justify why they chose to put certain objects on the scale.

Laminate the sheets to use with dry erase markers.

There is a digital version of this product as well! It is perfect for distance learning!

This center aligns to Common Core Standards: K.MD.1 and K.MD.2

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### Standards

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Directly compare two objects with a measurable attribute in common, to see which object has “more of”/“less of” the attribute, and describe the difference. For example, directly compare the heights of two children and describe one child as taller/shorter.
Describe measurable attributes of objects, such as length or weight. Describe several measurable attributes of a single object.