Are you using Engage New York Math curriculum or Eureka Math? Do you follow Common Core State Standards? This might be for you! It includes vocabulary posters for teaching module 3 ENY (or measurement if you are using Common Core but a different curriculum) to your Kindergarten students.
This set also correlates to Common Core Kindergarten Math standards dealing with Measurement (height, length, weight, and capacity).
Each poster contains the vocabulary word, definition, and examples. The terms align with Kindergarten Module 3 Engage NY and have been presented in a kid-friendly way.
These posters are great for introducing new math vocabulary terms or for reviewing previously introduced terminology.
I have provided these posters in BOTH black and white AND color for your printing preference.
Terms included are:
* Compare (one poster showing height, length, weight, and capacity measurements)
* End Point (2 options)
* Height Comparison (2 options)
* Measuring by Height
* Length Comparison (3 options)
* Measuring by Length (2 options)
* Weight Comparison (2 options)
* Measuring by Weight
* Weight (2 options)
* Balance Scale (6 options - I'm indecisive! Ha!)
* Scale (2 options)
* Measuring Capacity
* Capacity (2 option)
* Quantity Comparison (3 options)
* Enough (3 options)
* Not Enough (2 options)
* The Same As (2 options)
* Longer Than UPDATE:
* Taller Than UPDATE:
* Shorter Than UPDATE:
* Full UPDATE:
* Not Full UPDATE:
* Empty UPDATE:
* 5-stick UPDATE:
* 5-sticks to 10 UPDATE:
Buy the BUNDLE and $SAVE 20%
If you need a small change in the wording on any of the posters or need some additional terms added to best support your students as they learn about position words, flat shapes, and solid shapes, please email me (address found on page 2 of this download) and I will be happy to help. :)
Looking for 2nd, 3rd, or 4th grade Engage New York materials?
Check my partner Kelie's store Setting the Standard
If you like what you see please follow my store as I plan to add high quality Engage NY resources for both Kindergarten and First grade.
Feedback and follows are greatly appreciated!