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# Explore Seriously Measurement and more!

Here's a blog post highlighting a number of interactive sites to practice measurement skills.

Gallon Man - Measurement Common Core Standard 5.MD.1 Converting like measurement units within a given measurement system. This activity is very helpful for ALL students when learning measurement.

### Math Games Make Learning Fun!

Math Coachs Corner: Multiples Card Game Freebie. Math game freebies and tips for using math games in your classroom!

Free Interactive Fractions App - great interactive tool for the whiteboard that can be used to model fraction concepts

Telling Time... Would add minute dashes.

Measurements... I can't tell you how many times we are trying to figure out how many cups are in a gallon. I can't seem to remember it ever!

Perimeter/Area lesson on the NCTM Illuminations website Wish I would have had this for last week's lesson!! 5th grade Saxon Investigation 11?

FREE Ready-made charts with examples for each unit of measurement, customary and metric. Includes capacity, weight, mass and length....

Geometry Vocabulary reference sheet. Great for math notebook. \$ http://panickedteacher.typepad.com/

10 Hands-On Strategies for Teaching Area and Perimeter

### Engaging Ways to Help Children Learn Capacity

Engaging Ideas for Teaching Capacity by The Curriculum Corner FREE

### Building Perimeter and Area

Building Perimeter and Area - a hands-on exploration for perimeter and area that will challenge your students

Measurement - I like this activity because it can show students that you don't need a specific standard unit of measurment to figure out the measurements of an item. It is good for students to know you can use your fingers, gummy worms, or any other random item to measure something.

Measurement fun: Here's a set of dot-to-dot puzzles with no numbers. Students connect dots that are a specific distance apart. This means they must make precise measurements to create a picture.