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Measurement

Discover everything you need to successfully teach measurement to elementary students, from references and lesson plans to printable worksheets and mathematical graphic organizers. These resources will improve your teaching skills by helping you understand how the topic of measurement can be approached and taught for your students' maximum absorption and retention.

Powerful Ideas Related to Measurement

From linear measurement to volume and weight, you'll find the references you need to improve your teaching skills and help your students understand the tremendously practical and wide-ranging topic of measurement.

Developing Measurement Concepts

Take a student-centered approach to teaching elementary mathematics. These printables contain great strategies for developing children's measurement concepts.

Instruction for Students with Learning Problems

Ensure that all of your students with learning disabilities and exceptionalities are prepared to study measurement in an in-depth manner.

Teaching Measurement: Videos

Discover a wealth of knowledge about elementary children's concepts of measurement. These videos, featuring renowned math instructor John Van de Walle, include teacher workshops, demonstrations of classroom activities, and interviews with math educators.

Measurement Worksheets & Graphic Organizers

Explore units of measurement and geometric shapes, with these mathematics printables. Use these resources to practice measuring space and time with your students.



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