Get a sneak peek of what's inside our printable book "Measurement (3-5)," with this slideshow. Using these resources, elementary students will practice measuring time, space, and weight across math, science, and social studies.
Students estimate and count the number of raisins in a box of cereal.
Use this printable math daily warm-up to reinforce your students' weight measurement skills.
Students do measuring exercises utilizing grams and kilograms.
This printable worksheet provides measures and conversions for the U.S. Customary System and the metric system. This is a perfect review sheet for students studying for a measurement math test.
Develop the measurement concepts of your third, fourth, or fifth grade students with these resources for measuring volume and capacity. This printable packet is full of teaching advice and activities to help students better understand units and instruments for measurement. Further enhance your math curriculum with more Professional Development Resources for Teaching Measurement, Grades K-5.
Students convert measurements to solve story problems.
Introduce your students to a lab that evaluates students' ability to get information from weather measurement instruments, including relative humidity and cloud movement on a map. Materials list, set-up instructions, and evaluation guide are included.
This printable protractor can be cut out and used by students during geometry class and other math lessons.
Students use decimals to compare centimeters and meters.
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