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## Measurement and Time - CCSS 5.MD.A.1, 4.MD.A.1, 4.MD.A.2, 4.MD.A.3

 1. Area and Perimeter. Click Image to Enlarge Pick the difficulty level easy, medium, or hard. Choose if you would like perimeters and/or areas. You will be shown a rectangle with the dimensions labeled and you must calculate the area or perimeter. For each problem you get correct, you will receive a piece of an archeological puzzle SEE MORE 2. 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 resource under "learner" tab. SEE MORE 3. Comparison Estimator. Click Image to Enlarge Similar to Estimator but compares two sets of objects. It allows the user to understand the estimation process. Students can choose to compare the length of two lines, the area of two shapes, or the number of objects on each side. Additional resources available under the "learner" tab.  SEE MORE 4. Discovering Elapsed Time. Click Image to Enlarge Determine the amount of time that has elapsed between two time periods in this Quia matching game. SEE MORE 5. Elapsed Time Quiz. Click Image to Enlarge 15 questions on elapsed time from Quizizz. Answers are available. A quick quiz that is great for whole group participation, demonstration and discussions. SEE MORE 6. Elapsed Time. Click Image to Enlarge Select the best answer to the questions on elapsed time. SEE MORE 7. Estimator. Click Image to Enlarge This activity allows the user to develop their estimation skills in 1 and 2 dimensions as well as estimating the number of individual objects Improve your estimation skills by determining the number of objects, length, or area. Additional resources available under the "learner" tab. SEE MORE 8. How Many Pearls. Click Image to Enlarge You've just stumbled on a treasure chest filled with pearls and you want a quick estimate of the number, without having to count them one by one. SEE MORE 9. Measure It. Click Image to Enlarge Practice using a ruler, in inches and centimeters. SEE MORE 10. More or Less Estimator. Click Image to Enlarge Similar to Estimator activity but states a quantity and asks the user to estimate whether the set of objects is more or less than the number given. (Additional resources are available under the "learner" tab.) SEE MORE 11. Perimeter Explorer. Click Image to Enlarge Students are shown shapes on a grid after setting the area and asked to calculate perimeters of the shapes. (Additional resources available under the "learner" tab.) SEE MORE 12. Perimeter Quiz. Click Image to Enlarge Find the missing side length. SEE MORE 13. Platform Scales Addition. Click Image to Enlarge Weigh several items and find the sum in hundredths of a gram. SEE MORE 14. Platform Scales Subtraction. Click Image to Enlarge Weigh several items and find the difference in hundredths of a gram. SEE MORE 15. Shape Explorer. Click Image to Enlarge Students are shown shapes on a grid and asked to calculate areas and perimeters of the shapes.  SEE MORE 16. The Ruler Game. Click Image to Enlarge Use this game to improve how you read a ruler. SEE MORE 17. Units of Mass. Click Image to Enlarge Scroll to the middle of the page for many quizzes on this concept.  SEE MORE 18. Using a Platform Scale. Click Image to Enlarge With this Platform Scale game you will weigh characters as they jump onto the scale. You will be timed. After weighing 10 characters you will be given a score that tells you the number of characters you can weigh in a minute. Try to weigh at least 3 characters per minute. To be an expert, you should weigh at least 5 characters per minute.  SEE MORE 19. Weigh the Wangdoodles. Click Image to Enlarge Your job is to find the weight of each Wangdoodle using the information provided by the scales. To be successful, you will have to make sure that the weight you assign to each Wangdoodle works on each scale. This activity is a fun but challenging introduction to multiple algebraic equations.  SEE MORE

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