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## Measurement- CCSS 2.G.A.1, 2.G.A.2, 2.G.A.3, 2.MD.A.1, 2.MD.A.2, 2.MD.A.3, 2.MD.A.4

### Links verified on 04/13/2021

 1. Estimator. Click Image to Enlarge Practice estimation skills by determining the number of objects, estimating the length, or estimating the area. SEE MORE 2. Hot Stuff. Click Image to Enlarge Weblesson and practice on estimating temperatures using a Fahrenheit thermometer. SEE MORE 3. Interactive Thermometer. Click Image to Enlarge Slide the temperature up or down and see items that match the temperature. SEE MORE 4. Measure It. Click Image to Enlarge (From FunBrain) Practice using a ruler to measure inches and centimeters. Each topic consists of easy, medium, and hard practice. SEE MORE 5. Measurement: Length. Click Image to Enlarge Numerous activities to practice this skill. SEE MORE 6. Measuring Tools. Click Image to Enlarge Select measurement tools for real-world measuring situations. [Caution! This lesson at Beacon Learning Center only displays properly in a browser that shows alt tags associated with images. Internet Explorer does that, but Safari and Firefox do not.] Thanks to Valorie for discovering that! SEE MORE 7. Perimeter and Circumference. Click Image to Enlarge Calculate the perimeter of a square and rectangle. For more of a challenge, try finding the perimeter of a parallelogram and circumference of a circle. SEE MORE 8. Perimeter Practice. Click Image to Enlarge Adam Ant walks the perimeters and teaches how to find the perimeter of an object. SEE MORE 9. Poddle Weigh-In. Click Image to Enlarge Use the scale to help balance the weight of the Poddles. SEE MORE 10. Polygons and More. Click Image to Enlarge Numerous activities on finding how many sides or angles are in the type of polygon being described. SEE MORE 11. Read a Thermometer. Click Image to Enlarge (3rd Grade Level) Practice reading a thermometer using Celsius degrees. SEE MORE 12. Ruler Games. Click Image to Enlarge Seven activities to choose from on measuring length in centimeters, inches, or millimeters. SEE MORE 13. The Ruler Game. Click Image to Enlarge Choose the increment level and click on the ruler in the correct place to answer question. SEE MORE

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