# Measuring Length to the Quarter Inch Worksheets, Task Cards, Presentation

Fishyrobb
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3rd - 4th, Homeschool
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### Description

Learning to measure length to the quarter inch is hard, especially when a ruler is marked in eighths or sixteenths! This resource teaches students how to measure to the quarter inch using any ruler by relating it to what they already know about fractions. This unique approach will have your students measuring accurately in no time!

Includes:

• step-by-step Powerpoint mini lesson
• worksheets/assessments

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POWERPOINT

This lesson walks students through the steps of measuring the length of an object using the "box" method. This helps students easily see quarters of an inch even when the ruler is marked in eighths or sixteenths. If you have students who struggle to understand and use the markings on a standard ruler, this method will help tremendously!

❤️This was an amazing resource for my students. They were struggling with measuring by quarter inches and the strategy introduced in the PowerPoint was such a great and helpful tool. I saw a major difference in their understanding after using this! Thank you! - Stephanie Abrahim

❤️This was fantastic! The power point visual alone was SO helpful. I've never had a class of students pick up measurement to the nearest quarter inch so fast! - Ms. White in Third

Includes 12 cards plus printable rulers, recording sheets, and answer key. On each card, students will measure the length of an object using their ruler.

MEASUREMENT WORKSHEETS

Includes two different versions plus answer keys. These will also work for assessment. Students will measure line segments to the nearest quarter inch.

DIGITAL ACTIVITY

Two pages of measuring length tasks are already prepared in Easel. Students are shown a colored bar next to a ruler and must determine the length. These activities can be assigned through Easel to any online learning platform. For more information on Easel Activities see this GETTING STARTED GUIDE.

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This resource is also available in a digital version for Google Drive - Measuring to the Quarter Inch Measurement Activities for Google Classroom

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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Generate measurement data by measuring lengths using rulers marked with halves and fourths of an inch. Show the data by making a line plot, where the horizontal scale is marked off in appropriate units-whole numbers, halves, or quarters.