Metric Equivalencies Matching Game And Quick Metric Conversion Guide Foldable

Metric Equivalencies Matching Game And Quick Metric Conversion Guide Foldable
Metric Equivalencies Matching Game And Quick Metric Conversion Guide Foldable
Metric Equivalencies Matching Game And Quick Metric Conversion Guide Foldable
Metric Equivalencies Matching Game And Quick Metric Conversion Guide Foldable
Metric Equivalencies Matching Game And Quick Metric Conversion Guide Foldable
Metric Equivalencies Matching Game And Quick Metric Conversion Guide Foldable
Metric Equivalencies Matching Game And Quick Metric Conversion Guide Foldable
Metric Equivalencies Matching Game And Quick Metric Conversion Guide Foldable
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Students love matching games--and this matching game with Quick Metric foldable is great for student interaction in the classroom.
Simply print out the game cards, laminate, and you are ready to play! For study, to use on quizzes and quick reminders simply copy front to back the foldable on page 2 and 3. This foldable has everything you need to convert metric units easily.
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Matching Game with 6 sets. Each set has 12 cards to group. Students will match up SI units and there equivalencies by converting units. They will also differentiate between quantities and solve problems in sentence format.
Sheet to write answers on for all sets.
QUICK GUIDE FOLDABLE with rules for writing metric numbers, what base unit to use for the quantity, sheet with prefix, symbol, factor, scientific notation and example and most importantly a sheet which demonstrates how to convert metric units quickly and a the Factor Label Method with example. Simply copy page 2 and 3 front to back!

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Students need to develop an understanding of metric units and their relationships, as well as fluency in applying the metric system to real-world situations. Because some non-metric units of measure are common in particular contexts, students need to develop familiarity with multiple systems of measure, including metric and customary systems and their relationships.

I've also found standards for use of metrics in grade 3, Grade 3 MD.A.2. I am amazed that high school students can't convert fractions in physical science, biology, and chemistry class and we always review on a yearly basis.

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