Attentions Teachers! We have provided for your convenience, 74 dynamically created measurement activities that allow students to practice measuring and tell time in practical real world settings. We developed and designed these 74 Measurement activities to reinforce essential early measurement skills for kindergarten and first grade students. Teachers you can help your students master the sometimes difficult concepts of measurement including telling time and save valuable time lesson planning by implementing these 74 measurement activities into your classroom instruction. We offer printable worksheets and individual and group activities to help students understand and practice the fundamental concepts of measurement.
Our Measurement activities enable students to—
?Estimate and measure length using nonstandard units such as
paper clips or sides of color tiles.
?Compare and order two or more concrete objects according to
length (from longest to shortest).
?Describe the relationship between the size of the unit and the
number of units needed to measure the length of an object.
?Compare and order the area of two or more two-dimensional
surfaces (from covers the most to covers the least).
?Compare and order two or more containers according to capacity
(from holds the most to holds the least).
?Compare and order two or more objects according to
weight/mass (from heaviest to lightest).
?Compare and order two or more objects according to relative t
temperature (from hottest to coldest).
?Order three or more events according to duration.
?Read time to the hour and half-hour using analog and digital
The activities can be used to Assess concepts, Introduce concepts, Review concepts, and to help students Retain the concepts that have been taught. Our Math Activities can be used in a variety of ways to “AIRR” out your math curriculum.
Section One contains a numbered list of activities. Each activity is explained using a step-by-step process identifying the group size and materials needed to complete the task. Some of the activities have matching activity cards and practice sheets which are found in Section Two, Activity Sheets. The top right side of each set of activity cards, and practice sheet corresponds with the matching activity number. An answer key is conveniently provided in Section Three.
Our math activities are aligned to the following standards:
?Common Core Standards
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