Measuring to the Quarter Inch - Math Unit

Grade Levels
3rd, Homeschool
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Measurement: Measuring to the Quarter Inch

Math lesson plans for teaching measuring to the quarter inch:

These measurement lesson plans cover the following concepts:

-measuring length to the nearest whole inch

-measuring length to the nearest half inch

-why we include whole inches when measuring to the nearest half inch

-measuring length to the nearest quarter inch

-why we include half and whole inches when measuring to the nearest quarter inch

-measurement reteaching lesson/ activity/ worksheets

-measurement enrichment lesson/ activity/ worksheet

Every lesson is differentiated with support and challenge ideas. You'll also find lots of higher order thinking questions to help students truly understand the concepts behind measuring to the quarter inch.

You'll get:

-detailed lesson plans

-a checklist of materials and prep for every lesson

-differentiation support and challenge ideas for every lesson

-colorful, engaging, and CLEAR slides to help students see the concepts

-engaging lessons to get kids interacting with the concepts

-an assessment checklist to help you track data

-vocabulary cards

-end of the unit assessment and answer key

-all the answers are included- either in the lesson plans or on a key

-printable student pages to keep kids engaged

-Common Core standards

-math connections to help spiral your instruction

-engaging, higher order thinking questions in every lesson

**This unit is part of my Third Grade Measurement and Line Plot unit. Please do not purchase this if you already have the other one!! **

The page number includes the cover, thank you page, and graphics credits.

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Total Pages
101 pages
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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.


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