Teach students how to read a ruler to the nearest one-fourth inch with this BIG FREEBIE!!! There are multiple measurement activities!

Teach students how to read a ruler to the nearest one-fourth inch with this BIG FREEBIE!!! There are multiple measurement activities!

US  Chart of Measures - The 128 oz gallon exists ONLY in the United States. The rest of the world uses the Imperial system with a 40 oz quart. That is, those who haven't graduated to the less complicated metric system. Imperial - Gallon is 160 ounces (4.54 Liters); a Quart is 40 ounces (1.25 Liters); a pint is 2 1/2 cups (20 ounces or 512 ml)

US Chart of Measures - The 128 oz gallon exists ONLY in the United States. The rest of the world uses the Imperial system with a 40 oz quart. That is, those who haven't graduated to the less complicated metric system. Imperial - Gallon is 160 ounces (4.54 Liters); a Quart is 40 ounces (1.25 Liters); a pint is 2 1/2 cups (20 ounces or 512 ml)

Measurement in Real Life Activity....practice measurement conversion with grocery store ads. Read more at http://teachingtoinspire.com/2014/10/measurement-in-real-life-math-is-rea.html

Measurement Conversions Activity {Freebie

Measurement in Real Life Activity....practice measurement conversion with grocery store ads. Read more at http://teachingtoinspire.com/2014/10/measurement-in-real-life-math-is-rea.html

3rd Grade Fraction Jeopardy PowerPoint

3rd Grade Fraction Jeopardy-Like PowerPoint Game

Standard Measures and Conversions: Liquid Volume, Milliliters and Liters- In this Cyberchase Media Gallery, explore key concepts about liquid volume, including standard units of liquid measure and how to convert between them. In the accompanying classroom activity, students create a complete conversion chart from the smallest measure (a fluid ounce) to our largest measure (a gallon).

Standard Measures and Conversions: Liquid Volume, Milliliters and Liters- In this Cyberchase Media Gallery, explore key concepts about liquid volume, including standard units of liquid measure and how to convert between them. In the accompanying classroom activity, students create a complete conversion chart from the smallest measure (a fluid ounce) to our largest measure (a gallon).

Here's a pattern block project to help students review fraction operations.

Fraction Operation Review Project!

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