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## Measurement - CCSS 6.G.A.4

 1. Area Explorer. Click Image to Enlarge Students are shown shapes on a grid after setting the perimeter and asked to calculate areas of the shapes. Additional related resources located under the learner tab. SEE MORE 2. Conversion Quizzes. Click Image to Enlarge A customizable online quiz about conversions between measuring units. The options include both metric and customary systems and six different difficulty levels.  SEE MORE 3. Convert Between Celsius and Fahrenheit. Click Image to Enlarge 10 Questions to answer using given formulas. SEE MORE 4. Measure It!. Click Image to Enlarge Practice using a ruler, in inches and centimeters. Pick a measurement and choose the hard level or super brain. SEE MORE 5. Metric System Quiz. Click Image to Enlarge This is a quiz on metric system. Estimate the correct length of an object. SEE MORE 6. Moving Day. Click Image to Enlarge This game requires students to help movers do their job by calculating the areas or surface areas of the "packages." Formulas and calculator provided. Students can choose to exclude surface area or area.  SEE MORE 7. Perimeter Explorer. Click Image to Enlarge You will be shown shapes on a grid after setting the area and then asked to calculate perimeters of the shapes. Additional related resources located under the learner tab. SEE MORE 8. Perimeter of a Rectangle. Click Image to Enlarge Calculate the perimeter of a rectangle with given dimensions. SEE MORE 9. Perimeter of a Square. Click Image to Enlarge Calculate the perimeter of a square with given dimensions. SEE MORE 10. Sal's Sub Shop. Click Image to Enlarge Sal’s Sub Shop is a great way for kids to practice their metric and standard measurement skills with fractions. The object of the game is to fulfill customer orders by cutting the sub to their exact specifications.  SEE MORE 11. Shape Explorer. Click Image to Enlarge You will be shown shapes on a grid and asked to calculate areas and perimeters of the shapes. Additional related resources available under the learner tab. SEE MORE 12. Slope Man - Using Slope to Climb Tall Peaks. Click Image to Enlarge Climb ten of the world's tallest peaks by calculating the slope at different points in your climbs. Climb Mt. Fuji, Mauna Loa, Mont Blanc, and even Mt. Everest and others, but be careful --- wrong calculations will result in icy disasters.  SEE MORE 13. Using a Platform Scale. Click Image to Enlarge Practice using scales like the one in a doctor's office. Five Gregs will drop on the scale, waiting to be weighed, see how quickly you can weigh them.  SEE MORE

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