Wednesday, March 12, 2014


CD-MA3 – The child will explore and communicate about distance, weight, length, height and time.
CD-MA3.4c Uses a variety of techniques and standard and non-standard tools to measure and compare length, volume (capacity) and weight.
WSO: Participates in measuring activities.
Activities: Recipes.  Play dough, bread, jell-o, and many other recipes are great experiences for using standard tools of measurement.
Cut Out Measuring.  You can print or die cut shapes of any size and number for students to use in nonstandard measuring.  Students can measure height of objects using the cut outs or manipulative counters to measure the volume of a cut out.  Die cuts have many versatile nonstandard measuring uses.
Books: Ten Beads Tall by: Pam Adams
How Do You Measure? (series) by: Thomas K. and Heather Anderson


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