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Measurement. Metric Measurement. Customary Measurement. Review of Measurement. Resources. Exit. Resources. Author: Miss Wenger [email protected] Harcourt Math . Orlando: Harcourt, Inc., 2002. Ch 20, 21. Hyperlinked Sites. Exit. Hyperlinked Sites.

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Measurement

Metric

Measurement

Customary

Measurement

Review of

Measurement

Resources

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Resources

Author: Miss Wenger [email protected]

  • Harcourt Math. Orlando: Harcourt, Inc., 2002. Ch 20, 21.

  • Hyperlinked Sites

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Hyperlinked Sites

These are the sites that have been linked in this project.

  • www.enchantedlearning.com

  • www.apples4theteacher.com

  • www.harcourtschools.com

  • www.funbrain.com

  • www.oswego.org

  • www.quia.com

  • www.mce.k12tn.net

  • wizard.hprtec.org

  • www.oncampus.richmond.edu

  • www.linkslearning.org


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Customary Menu

Estimating Length

Length and Distance

Capacity

Weight

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Quizzes


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Metric Menu

Estimating Length

Length

Capacity

Mass

Review Metric and Quizzes

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Measurement Review

  • Video Review of Weight and Capacity

    (On the site, click on weight and capacity.)

  • Review of Length

    (Complete ‘Test of Knowledge’ at the bottom of the page.)

  • Customary and Metric Vocabulary Word Search

  • Using Measurement Tools

  • Customary and Metric Abbreviations Review

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Estimating Customary Length

  • You can estimate customary length to the nearest inch and half inch. Estimate means to make a good guess.

  • You can use a ruler to measure and check your estimations.

  • 1st Activity

  • Practice Measuring with a Ruler

  • When you are done, click on the back button to return to this page.

  • 2nd Activity

  • Go here and follow the directions. Be sure to print out a recording sheet before you begin.

  • When you are done, click on the back button to return to this page.

  • 3rd Activity

  • Go here and select Easy Inches.

  • Record your score in your math notebook.

Customary

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Customary Length

You know that an inch is used to measure customary length. Other units of length and distance are the foot, yard, and mile.

1stHow Do They Measure Up?

2ndCustomary Length Matching Game

3rdPractice Customary Length

(If you get 7 or more correct, click the Back button to return to this page)

(If you get less than 7 correct, retry the activity.)

Customary

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Customary LengthTable of Measures

MeasurementExample

Inch (in.)A paper clip is about 1 inch long.

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Foot (ft)=12 inchesYour textbook is about 1 foot long.

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Yard (yd) =3 feetA baseball bat is about 1 yard long.

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Mile (mi) =5,280 feetYou can walk 1 mile in about 20 minutes.


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Customary Capacity

Capacity is the amount a container can hold.

Cup (c), pint (pt), quart (qt), and gallon (gal) are customary units for measuring capacity.

1stHow are cups, pints, quarts, and gallons related?

2ndPractice Game

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How are Cups, Pints, Quarts, and Gallons Related?

cup

2 cups = 1 pint

pint

4 cups = 1 quart

2 pints = 1 quart

quart

16 cups = 1 gallon

8 pints = 1 gallon

4 quarts = 1 gallon

gallon


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Customary Weight

An ounce (oz) and a pound (lb) are customary units for measuring weight.

A strawberry weighs about 1 ounce.

A loaf of bread weighs about 1 pound.

#1 Ounces or Pounds? Activity

#2 Customary Weight Activity

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Ounces or Pounds?

1.

Choose the unit of measure you would use to weigh each object.

2.

3.

4.

Ounces or pounds

Ounces or pounds

Ounces or pounds

Ounces or pounds

5.

6.

7.

8.

Ounces or pounds

Ounces or pounds

Ounces or pounds

Ounces or pounds

10.

9.

Customary Weight

Ounces or pounds

Ounces or pounds


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You Got it Right!


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Sorry, wrong answer.


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Customary Measurement Quizzes

Quiz on Customary Length

Quiz on Customary Capacity

Quiz on Customary Weight

Customary

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Estimating Metric Length

1st Activity

You can estimate length using non-standard units, such as life savers or paper clips.

Practice Activity

2nd Activity

You can measure length in centimeters and meters if you are using the metric system.

Complete this e-lab to practice measuring with a metric ruler. Don’t forget to print a recording sheet before you get started.

  • 3rd Activity

  • Go here and select Easy Centimeters.

  • Record your score in your math notebook.

Metric

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Metric Length

You know that an inch is used to measure customary length. Other units of length and distance are the foot, yard, and mile.

1stHow Does Metric Measure Up?

2ndMetric Length Matching Game

3rdPractice Metric Length

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How Does Metric Measure Up?

MeasurementExample

Centimeter (cm)A centimeter is about the width of

your pointer finger.

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Decimeter (dm)=10 cmA decimeter is about the width of an

adult’s hand.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Meter (m) =100 cm or 10 dm Your arm span is about 1 meter

long.

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Kilometer (km) =1,000 mA kilometer is a little more than a

half a mile.


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Metric Capacity

Capacity is the amount a container can hold.

Capacity can be measured by using metric units such as the milliliter (mL) and liter (L).

1stHow are Milliliters and Liters related?

2ndComparing Capacity Activity

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Liters

1

2

3

4

Milliliters

1,000

2,000

3,000

4,000

How are Milliliters and Liters Related?

A water bottle holds about 1 liter.

A medicine dropper holds about 1 milliliter.

How are they related?

1,000 milliliters = 1 liter


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Metric Mass

The gram (g) and the kilogram (kg) are metric units for measuring mass.

A paper clip has a Your math textbook has a

mass of about 1 gram. mass of about 1 kilogram.

  • 1st Activity

  • Follow this lesson to learn more about gram and kilogram. Go to Practice This! and review what you have learned.

  • Then click the back button to return to this page.

2nd Activity

Choose the better estimate.

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Click on the better estimate.

Choose the Better Estimate--Mass

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2.

3.

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5.

5 g or 5 kg

1 g or 1 kg

25 g or 25 kg

6g or 6 kg

6 g or 6 kg

7.

8.

9.

10.

6.

18 g or 18 kg

200 g or 200 kg

6 g or 6 kg

4 g or 4 kg

2 g or 2 kg

Metric Mass


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You are Right!


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Incorrect


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Review Metric and Quizzes

  • Review Metric

  • Quiz on Length

    (You will need to print this worksheet

    to complete it. Go to ‘File’ ‘Print’.)

  • Quiz on Comparing Capacity

  • Quiz on Mass

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