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1st Grade Interactive Math Skill Builders

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Measurement - CCSS 1.MD.A.1, 1.MD.A.2

Links verified on 05/09/2018

1. Are We There Yet?

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Select appropriate unit of measure.  SEE MORE
 
2. Balance Scales.

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Use logic and your understanding of mass to find the heaviest object. Can you solve each puzzle? Click on the object that is heavier.  SEE MORE
 
3. Bunny Balance.

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Audio required. Listen to the instructions to know which bunnies to put on the scale.  SEE MORE
 
4. Can You Fill It?

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Fill the container with the pots using the least amount of pours.  SEE MORE
 
5. Capacity - More or Less.

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Look at the pictures and tell which conatiner can hold more or less volumes of water. Eight question self-checking quiz. (Timed)  SEE MORE
 
6. Count Us In - Which is More?

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When the water has been poured, click on the container that has the most water.  SEE MORE
 
7. Estimate the Pounds.

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Determine which unit you would use to weigh the object.  SEE MORE
 
8. Hop To It.

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Help frog jump across the pond by determining the size of the hop needed to get to each lily pad.  SEE MORE
 
9. How Big Are You?

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Determine how many objects it would take to measure each dinosaur.  SEE MORE
 
10. How Tall?

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Measure each object with Curious George.  SEE MORE
 
11. Interactive Thermometer.

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Slide the temperature up or down and see items that match the temperature.  SEE MORE
 
12. Length Measurement.

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Interactive lesson with practice questions on the concepts short and long, wide and narrow, tall and short. Instructions are given orally.  SEE MORE
 
13. Length Strength II.

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Measure the objects using paperclips.  SEE MORE
 
14. Length Strength: Inches.

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Measure the objects to the nearest inches. You can drag the ruler to measure each object.  SEE MORE
 
15. Measure It!.

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Numerous activities to practice using a ruler to measure inches and centimeters. Three levels under centimeters and four levels under inches. Choose the measurement that matches the length of the red bar.  SEE MORE
 
16. Measure the Teddy Bears.

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[scroll down to the bear] Click on the correct measurement. Good for whole class review. An animation will play if the answer is correct.  SEE MORE
 
17. Measuring Up.

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Help Clifford determine which object is the smallest, largest, thickest, thinnest, etc.  SEE MORE
 
18. Mr. Anker Tests Measurement Set 1.

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Use a ruler to measure the inch, half inch, or quart inch of the objects.  SEE MORE
 
19. Mr. Anker Tests Measurement Set 2.

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Use a ruler to measure the inch, half inch, or quart inch of the objects. SEE MORE
 
20. Mr. Pip's Fruit Balance.

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This drag and drop balance scales simulation is an open ended application that teachers can use to support mathematical learning in a variety of ways. Balance the fruits by putting them on the scale. The mass of the fruits can be changed and sample questions are provided to help measure the mass of the fruits.  SEE MORE
 
21. Ounce or Pound?

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Determine which unit you would use to weigh the object.  SEE MORE
 
22. Ounces to Pounds and Ounces.

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Match the pairs correctly. Two modes, relaxed and timed with 6 rounds.  SEE MORE
 
23. Poddle Weigh-In.

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Help the poddles get their numbers back with this balance scale. Hacker has removed all of the weights from the Poddles, you must use the scales to estimate their correct weight.  SEE MORE
 
24. Read a Thermometer.

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Practice reading thermometers using both Celsius and Fahrenheit.  SEE MORE
 
25. Ruler Games.

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Many exercises using a Metric Ruler and English Ruler to measure inches, centimeters, and millimeters.  SEE MORE
 
26. SeeSaw HeeHaws.

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Your help is needed to make the seesaw go up and down. Click on the animals to see how many it will take to balance the seesaw. Click "next" to go to the next question.  SEE MORE
 
27. Taller or Shorter?

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Compare the size of objects to determine which is taller or shorter.  SEE MORE
 
28. Teaching Measures.

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Choose from three modules: length, mass, and capacity. Each category offers several activities, games, Whiteboard resources, and supporting worksheets.  SEE MORE
 
29. The Ruler Game.

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Learn to read a ruler (inches only). Click on "Start New Game" or select to turn the timer off and choose an increment (sixteenths, eighths, quarters, half, wholes).  SEE MORE
 
30. Thermometer Generator.

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Create your own worksheets by making your own questions with the temperature, units, and question.  SEE MORE
 
31. Thermometer Quiz.

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Using the thermometer set the correct temperature for each question. There are 5 questions. You have three chances to correctly set the temperature for each question.  SEE MORE
 
32. Thermometer Readings Quiz.

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Fill in the blank with the correct temperature on the picture. Eight self-checking questions.  SEE MORE
 
33. Time to Move.

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Move the fish to the correct tank. Big fish go in the big tank and small fish in the small tank. Use the ruler to measure which fish goes where.  SEE MORE
 
34. Weigh It Up.

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A problem solving activity which uses a set of scales and a variety of shapes. All the shapes have different values and your task is to work out how much each shape is worth in order to balance the scales.  SEE MORE
 
35. Which is Heavier?

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Click on the heaviest object.  SEE MORE
 
36. Which Tool?

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Click the correct tool to measure the object. Great to use with groups or the whole class.  SEE MORE
 

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