Measurement Activities Printable and Digital Activities
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This resource contains printable and digital activities for measurement. These hands-on activities help students explore standard measurement. Many of the printable activities are designed to get your students up and moving around the room, but they could be also be used in small groups, centers, or as part of your math rotations.
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Monsters on the Move
Students will measure objects around the classroom, draw line segments, and choose appropriate tools in given measurement situations.
Monsters on a Mission
Students will measure line segments to the nearest inch and centimeter.
Students will choose the best estimate for measuring certain objects.
Students will determine how much longer/shorter one object is than another.
Students will read measurement story problems. Students will use addition and subtraction (less than 100) to solve the problems.
Students will identify missing numbers on a number line and show addition and subtraction on a number line.
Students will match digital and analog times. Each time focuses on the 5-minute interval.
Students will match money amounts written in two different ways. One set of cards has money written in dollars and cents notation. The second set of cards shows students the number of quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies, but not the total amount. Students must find the total and match the card with the matching dollars and cents notation card.
Students will write how tall different monsters are to the nearest centimeter using a ruler provided on each card. In the follow-up activity, students will record each monster's height onto a line plot.
Students will gather data from a poster to create a bar graph. Students will then answer questions using the data.
Students are given two measurements and must determine the perimeter around each monster portrait.
Students are given two monster paths at a time. Students must measure the distance of each monster's path, determine which path is longer, and calculate the difference between the two paths.
I have included blackline copies for each activity and recording page.
Answer Keys are included for most activities.
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