Monday, April 8, 2013

Standard Units of Measure

Students made these videos to help everyone study and learn appropriate units of measure under different circumstances.

Do you know if you'd measure a bottle of hand sanitizer with feet, pounds, or ounces? Would an apple weigh ounces, pounds, or inches?

Watch to find out!




More great information can be found at Math Is Fun!

And don't forget our Capacity Brace Map:

Or this Customary Weight Tree Map: 

1 comment:

  1. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    Thanks for posting this, this is very helpful to kids that don't understand this. Keep up the good work!


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