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

 1. Are We There Yet? Click Image to Enlarge Select appropriate unit of measure.  SEE MORE 2. Bridge-A-Rama. Click Image to Enlarge Choose the correct length for the bridge to help the dragon get across. Use a measuring tape to help you choose the right length. SEE MORE 3. Bunny Balance. Click Image to Enlarge Audio required. Listen to the instructions to know which bunnies to put on the scale.  SEE MORE 4. Can You Fill It? Click Image to Enlarge Fill the container with the pots using the least amount of pours.  SEE MORE 5. Hop To It. Click Image to Enlarge Help frog jump across the pond by determining the size of the hop needed to get to each lily pad.  SEE MORE 6. Interactive Measurement Practice. Click Image to Enlarge An interactive practice by Mr. Anker Tests. SEE MORE 7. Interactive Thermometer. Click Image to Enlarge Slide the temperature up or down and see items that match the temperature.  SEE MORE 8. Measure It!. Click Image to Enlarge 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 9. Parts of an Inch. Click Image to Enlarge Identify the hash marks on an enlarged inch, including halves (1/2), fourths (1/4), eighths (1/8), and sixteenths (1/16). (20 questions) SEE MORE 10. Poddle Weigh-In. Click Image to Enlarge 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 11. Read a Thermometer. Click Image to Enlarge Practice reading thermometers using both Celsius and Fahrenheit.  SEE MORE 12. Ruler Games. Click Image to Enlarge Many exercises using a Metric Ruler and English Ruler to measure inches, centimeters, and millimeters.  SEE MORE 13. The Ruler Game. Click Image to Enlarge 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 14. Thermometer Generator. Click Image to Enlarge Create your own worksheets by making your own questions with the temperature, units, and question.  SEE MORE 15. Thermometer Readings Quiz. Click Image to Enlarge Fill in the blank with the correct temperature on the picture. Eight self-checking questions.  SEE MORE

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