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Exploring Volume with Scoops! How many scoops does it take? STEM Challenge includes directions, hints, and lab sheets!

STEM Challenge Exploring Volume with Scoops

Exploring Volume with Scoops! How many scoops does it take? STEM Challenge includes directions, hints, and lab sheets!

Measurement - Role play goldilocks and the 4 bears to have a scope of bowls/plates that vary in depth. An awesome capacity lesson Measurement Kindergarten, Measurement Activities, Math Measurement, Kindergarten Activities, Classroom Activities, Teaching Math, Capacity Activities, 1st Grade Math, Grade 1

Role play goldilocks and the 4 bears to have a scope of bowls/plates that vary in depth. Capacity lesson inspired by kindergarten kindergarten blog.

*more or less unit* Eye Dropper Dot Counting - Fun Preschool sensory counting activity!

Preschool Counting: How Many Drops to Fill the Dot?

This fun hands-on preschool counting activity uses an eye dropper to fill a dot with water. If you are looking for preschool math, kids will love this one!

 The Imaginext Ultra T-Rex is large, bony, and extremely fun for making epic primitive adventures.

Fine motor skill activity

Nonstandard Capacity Unit for Kindergarten and First Grade from Busy Me Plus…

Nonstandard Capacity Unit for Kindergarten and First Grade from Busy Me Plus Three on TeachersNotebook.com (185 pages)

Nonstandard Capacity Unit for Kindergarten and First Grade from Busy Me Plus Three on TeachersNotebook.com (185 pages)

Estimating and comparing quantities. Use the rocks in the green bin at the very bottom of the math resource center

Math Problem Solving: Exploring Capacity

Kids have a lot of misconceptions about capacity, and they can really only be cleared up through hands-on exploration. Sadly, I don't think they get opportunities for this like we did when we were kids. Instead of playing in a sand box or with cups and bowls in the bathtub, kids are playing with iPads and Wii's. And so many districts (mine included) are taking away sand and water tables from kindergarten, in favor of more "rigor." Because of this, kids are not building the schema necessary…

Label the differently filled bottles.

Label the differently filled bottles.

Capacity inspired lesson from kindergarten kindergarten blog.

Capacity inspired lesson from kindergarten kindergarten blog.