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Measurement (aligned with Virginia SOL 2.11)

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This packet includes activities for measuring length (inches and centimeters), weight (ounces and pounds), mass (grams and kilograms), and liquid volume (cups, pints, quarts, gallons, and liters).

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Pages 5-9: Length Posters
Pages 10-11: Printable Rulers (centimeters and inches)
Page 12: Measuring Length Notes
Pages 13-19: Measuring Length Booklet with Answer Key
Pages 20-21: Measure It! – Measure classroom items in centimeters and inches
Page 22: Find It! – Find items around the classroom that are a centimeter, an inch, and a foot
Page 23: Measurement Hunt – Hunt around the classroom and find items that are different inches long
Pages 24-26: Which Unit? Sort – Decide if you would measure each object using centimeters, inches, or feet (includes answer key)
Pages 27-29: Which Unit? Sort – Decide if you would measure each object using inches, feet, or yards (includes answer key)
Pages 30-37: Practice Measuring – Practice measuring items in centimeters and inches (rulers already on sheet)
Page 38: Measure It! – Practice measuring line segments
Pages 39-40: Measure It! – Use a ruler to practice measuring items in inches and in centimeters
Page 41: Draw It! – Draw line segments in different lengths
Page 42: Buddy Measuring
Page 43: Measurement Hop
Page 44: Flying Planes
Pages 45-46:: Estimate Length – Estimate lengths of different objects (includes answer key)
Page 47: My Measurement Monster – I give students paper and have them make a monster however they want. Then, they measure the height and width of the monster and the monster’s leg, eye, and mouth.
Pages 48-50: Measurement Exit Tickets (3 versions)
Pages 51-56: Measuring Length Quiz (includes answer key)
Pages 57-64: Measurement Task Cards Set 1 – Measure objects in inches (includes answer key)
Pages 65-72: Measurement Task Cards Set 2 – Measure objects in centimeters (includes answer key)
Pages 73-75: Weight and Mass Posters
Page 76: Measuring Weight and Mass Notes
Pages 77-84: Measuring Weight and Mass Booklet with Answer Key
Pages 85-87: Weight or Mass? Sort (includes answer key)
Pages 88-90: Which Unit? Sort – Decide if you would measure each object in ounces or pounds (includes answer key)
Pages 91-93: Which Unit? Sort – Decide if you would measure each object in grams or kilograms (includes answer key)
Page 94: What Weighs More? – I use a balance to show the students what objects weigh more and they use this as a recording sheet. This could also be done as a center.
Page 95: Which is Heavier? – I use a balance to show the students what objects weigh more and they use this as a recording sheet. This could also be done as a center.
Pages 96-99: Reading Scales (in pounds)
Pages 100-103: Reading Scales (in grams) – 2 different versions with 2 different types of balances
Pages 104-106: What is Heavier? – Students sort animals and put them on the balances to make the balances correct (includes answer key)
Pages 107-109: Estimate Weight (includes answer key)
Pages 110-112: Estimate Mass (includes answer key)
Pages 113-114: Estimate Weight and Mass (includes answer key)
Pages 115-117: Weight and Mass Exit Tickets (3 different versions)
Pages 118-123: Measuring Weight & Mass Quiz (includes answer key)
Pages 124-129: Measurement Task Cards Set 3 – includes measuring weight on a scale and measuring mass on two different types of balances (includes answer key)
Pages 130-135: Liquid Volume Posters
Page 136: Measuring Liquid Volume Notes
Pages 137-141: Measuring Liquid Volume Booklet with Answer Key
Page 142: Real-Life Examples Notes – gives students examples of cups, pints, quarts, and gallons in real-life
Page 143: Liquid Volume Comparison Chart
Pages 144-146: Which Unit? Sort – Decide if you would use cups, pints, quarts, or gallons to measure the amount of liquid in each container (includes answer key)
Page 147: Measuring Liquid Volume – Students estimate how much liquid will fit in each container and then actually measure the amount
Pages 148-149: Estimate Liquid Volume (includes answer key)
Pages 150-153: Measuring Liquid Volume Quiz (includes answer key)
Pages 154-158: Measurement Task Cards Set 4 – Students decide what unit they would use to measure the liquid volume of each container (includes answer key)
Pages 159-165: Measurement Task Cards Set 5 – Review of length, weight, mass, and liquid volume (includes answer key)
Pages 165-167: What Does it Measure? Sort – Decide what each measurement unit measures (length, weight and mass, or liquid volume)

This unit is specifically aligned with Virginia SOL 2.11.
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