In this packet, you will find:
“Measure the Dogs”: laminate the color dog cards for durability. Students use either rulers
or nonstandard units to measure the dog cards. As a follow-up or assessment, use the “Measure
the Dogs” paper where students measure the box around the dog and can record the number
of units for that dog’s width or height.
“Dog Puzzles”: I intentionally left these blank so you could record what your students needed
at the bottom. Laminate the pages, then cut apart on the lines. Students then put the strips in
order to create the picture.
“Woof” coloring page: You can simply use this as a coloring page, or have students measure
with standard or nonstandard units and record inside the object. Then, students can color
I intentionally left this packet open to differentiating among students and levels. I plan to
actually use this packet during a rotation when we have a service dog coming to visit our
students (and one of the rotations will be to read to the actual dog). I’ll be working with
PreK-2, which is a large stretch! I hope you’re able to find it useful for you as well!
If you’d like to learn more about how I use this and other packs, please visit my blog (link on
the last page of the packet). Thank you!