# Subject: Measurement and Data

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## Clock Printable

1st, 2nd, Kindergarten Grade • Printables

## Clock Printable

1st, 2nd, Kindergarten Grade • Printables

Subject:
Math, Measurement and Data

Type:
Printables

Skills: Clocks: Telling Time

Description: Use our clock printable to teach/practice the parts of a clock and telling time.

\$1.00

## Apple Math Mini Lesson & Activity

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, ELL, Kindergarten Grade • Mini Lessons with Activity

Subject:
Seasonal/Holiday, Fall, Beginning of the Year, Math, Measurement and Data

Type:
Mini Lessons with Activity

Description: K-2 Apples Math Mini Lesson with Activity and related Apples resources. This activity goes well after learning about the life cycle of an apple tree.

\$1.00

## Area Lesson Part 1: Solving for Area Using Square Units

3rd Grade • 1 Lesson Plan

Subject:
Geometry, Math, Measurement and Data

Type:
1 Lesson Plan

Skills: Work in collaborative partnerships Practice key math vocabulary Participate in an introduction to the concepts of area Recognize area as an attribute of a plane ...

Description: 3rd grade math standards can be very "heavy" with multiple skills embedded in "1" standard.  This engaging, lightly scripted 1 hour lesson provides multiple opportunities for your students to practice the concept of solving for area.  They will:

• Work in collaborative partnerships
• Practice key math vocabulary
• Participate in an introduction to the concepts of area
• Solve for area using square units of measurement
• Complete exit slips to provide instructional next steps

CCSS: 3.MD.C.5, MP.6, SL.3.1.C

\$2.00

## Area Lesson Part 2: Recognizing Area to Design Space

3rd Grade • 1 Lesson Plan

Subject:
Geometry, Math, Measurement and Data

Type:
1 Lesson Plan

Skills: Work in collaborative partnerships Speak in complete sentences when appropriate to task and situation in order to provide requested detail or clarification Practice key math ...

Description: Grab this "real-life" application lesson for solving area with square units.  In this engaging, interactive, lightly scripted 1 hour lesson your 3rd graders will:

• Work in collaborative partnerships
• Speak in complete sentences when appropriate to task and situation in order to provide requested detail or clarification
• Practice key math vocabulary
• Recognize area as an attribute of a plane figures and understand concepts of area measurement
• Design their own dream home using square unit measurements
• Model with mathematics
• Complete exit slips to provide instructional next steps regarding your students' understanding of recognizing area to design space

CCSS: 3.MD.C.5, MP4, SL.3.6

\$2.00

## Drawing and Interpreting Picture and Bar Graphs

3rd Grade • 1 Lesson Plan

Subject:
Math, Measurement and Data

Type:
1 Lesson Plan

Skills: Draw a scaled picture graph and a scaled bar graph to represent a data set with several categories Solve one and two step “how many ...

Description: Graphing is fun for 3rd graders!  Creating their own based on topics of interest even better!  In this interactive, lightly scripted 1 hour lesson, they will:

• Work in collaborative partnerships
• Practice key math vocabulary
• Draw and interpret picture and bar graphs
• Generate their own graphs based on topics of interest
• Critically think and explain the "why" of the graphing data
• Complete exit slips to provide instructional next steps

CCSS: 3.MD.B.3, MP5, SL.3.6

\$2.00

## Measuring, Estimating, and Solving for Mass and Volume

3rd Grade • 1 Lesson Plan

Subject:
Math, Measurement and Data

Type:
1 Lesson Plan

Skills: Attention to precision Work in collaborative partnerships Speak in complete sentences when appropriate to task and situation in order to provide requested detail or clarification ...

Description: Have fun with your 3rd graders and reinforce the mathematical concepts of measuring, estimating and solving for mass and volume.  This lightly scripted and engaging lesson provides multiple opportunities for your students to engage in the language of measurement and practice solving word problems.  They will:

• Attention to precision
• Work in collaborative partnerships
• Speak in complete sentences when appropriate to task and situation in order to provide requested detail or clarification
• Measure and estimate liquid volumes and masses of objects using standard units of grams (g), kilograms (kg), and liters (l)
• Add, subtract, multiply or divide to solve one-step word problems involving masses or volumes using drawings (such as a beaker with a measurement scale) to represent the problem
• Complete exit slips to provide instructional next steps

CCSS: 3.MD.A.2, MP6, SL.3.6

\$2.00