# Measuring Length & Estimating Length | Math Centers | 2.MD.3

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### Description

Practice measuring length and estimating measurement lengths with these math centers. Students will practice measuring in inches and centimeters and estimating length. They are designed for you to use in your math centers and rotations.

Included are 4 different math stations for estimating measurement length:

1. Estimating Clip Cards: Students will mark the best estimate for each object using clothespins or small manipulatives.
2. Find an Object: Students will find objects in the classroom that are about one inch, about one foot, and about one yard long.
3. Tall Flamingos: Students will estimate how tall each flamingo is in inches and then use a ruler to find the actual measurement of each one.
4. School Supply Centimeter Estimations: Students will estimate how tall each school supply is in centimeters and then use a ruler to find the actual measurement of each one.

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### Standards

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Estimate lengths using units of inches, feet, centimeters, and meters.