# Measuring Lengths with Non-Standard Units Task Cards 1.MD.A.1-2

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1. This is a growing bundle with differentiated and editable math task cards for every single standard to be taught in 1st grade.All the task cards in this bundle could be used for math centers, small groups, play seat scoot, and even whole group.When the bundle is completed, you will find 19 differen
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Measuring Lengths with Non-Standard Units and Comparing Lengths Task Cards

This is a set of 40 task cards for students to practice the skill of practice with:

•Measuring lengths with non-standard units.

•Ordering three objects by length; comparing the lengths of two objects indirectly by using a third object.

This scoot activity is a perfect addition to my BUILD Math Centers.

In this resource your students will be able to use non-standard units such as paper clips or cubes to determine the length of an object.

This set of task cards is divided into two parts: Comparing length and measuring with non-standard units. Answer sheets are also differentiated and editable for teachers who need to align these activities to their own state standards.

This is a detailed look at the contents of this resource:

• Cover page
• Seller info and credits
• How to use this resource
• Images to use with photo boxes
• SCOOT #1 --> Comparing lengths
• Answer sheets, editable and differentiated ( with 6 and 20 spaces)
• SCOOT #2 --> Measuring with non-standard units
• Answer sheets, editable and differentiated ( with 6 and 20 spaces)

HOW TO PLAY SEAT SCOOT

1.Each student has a copy of the record sheet and a pencil. If desired, students can use a clipboard as well.

2.Place one scoot card on each desk. I have provided 20 cards per game, make extra copies if you need more.

3.At the teacher’s special signal {a song, a phrase, or a signal} students take their recording sheet and “seat scoot” or move/dance to another seat.

4.Students answer the new problem at the new seat!

5.It is very important that students know NOT to go back to a seat that they have already been. Otherwise they will be solving the same problem twice.

OTHER WAYS TO PLAY SEAT SCOOT

•Place the scoot cards around the classroom. Have your students use a clipboard to travel around the room with their response sheet from task card to task card until they find and answer each one.

•You can also use these task cards to provide extra guided practice during math small groups.

•For whole group instruction: you can project the task cards using your SMART board or Mimio. Your students can write their answers using the answer sheets or dry erase boards. If you use dry erase boards, this is a perfect activity to conduct formative assessment!

This is a MOST perfect addition to any of your BUILD Math Centers!

Laura Graham - Where the Magic Happens

© 2019, Where the Magic Happens LLC. Measuring Lengths with Non-Standard Units Task Cards 1.MD.A.1-2 - for single classroom use, please purchase multiple licenses (at a discount price) at check-out for whole-grade or school-wide use.

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