# Measurement & Data

How to Use a Protractor Freebie! OMG, my fourth graders needed so much helping with learning to use a protractor to measure angles. This will help so much!

Units of Lengths with Conversions Foldables for Math Notebooks from A Class Act on TeachersNotebook.com (6 pages)

Weight anchor chart, customary and metric. Helpful to visualize weight increments!

Mass and Capacity: Milliliters, Liters, Grams, and Kilograms Looking for some quick activities to use to teach about measuring mass and capacity using metric units? These pages are designed to be quick prints to supplement your capacity and mass unit.

Illuminations: A Meter of Candy- In this series of 3 hands-on activities, students develop and reinforce their understanding of hundredths as fractions, decimals, and percentages. Students explore using candy pieces as they physically make and connect a set/linear model to area models.

Here's a nice idea for helping students understand different liquid measures.

Nice way to show kids the difference between the relative weights of each unit

Standard Measures and Conversions: Liquid Volume, Milliliters and Liters | Mathematics | Classroom Resources | PBS LearningMedia

Ms. McHughs Corner: Where Mathletes Come to Train: Measurement and conversions: Interactive Math Notebooks

Games are motivating! Read about lots of free math games your kids can do to practice skills in measurement data, fractions, and place value. Lots of fun!