Beanstalk Measurement Activity Using "Jack" & "Giant" Feet (from Learning & Teaching With Preschoolers)

Beanstalk Measurement Activity Using "Jack" & "Giant" Feet (from Learning & Teaching With Preschoolers) - Could maybe do feet outlines small & large

Trays for non standard measurement and exploration with standard units free printable

Non-standard Measurement Activities Free PDF

KTeacherTiff: Kindergarten Measurement Activities

Kindergarten Measurement Activities

Specific Expectations: compare and order two or more objects according to an appropriate measure and use measurement terms Cross-Curricular: Language and Literacy

For the majority of recorded human history, units like the weight of a grain or the length of a hand weren’t exact and varied from place to place. Now, consistent measurements are such an integral part of our daily lives that it’s hard to appreciate what a major accomplishment for humanity they’ve been. Matt Anticole traces the wild history of the metric system. More

Math Why the metric system matters - Matt Anticole "What does the French Revolution have to do with the time NASA crashed a 2 million dollar orbitor." What a great way to explain the importance of consistent measurement!

Measurement Inquiry/Ordering Three Objects by Length FREEBIE- Sparkling in Second Grade

Measurement Inquiry

Introduce measurement using this measurement activity. This inquiry based activity has kids talking and thinking math with comparing three objects!

Introduce measurement using this measurement activity. This inquiry based activity has kids talking and thinking math with comparing three objects!

Measurement Inquiry

Introduce measurement using this measurement activity. This inquiry based activity has kids talking and thinking math with comparing three objects!

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