Monday, July 11, 2011

Math Work Stations Blog Party Chapter 8 Measurement

Seriously?... We are at the end of the book?  I am feeling a little sad.  This has been such a fun adventure to go through with you all.  We will have to plan something else soon!  Ok... here we go!

Here is an activity where the students will take real classroom objects to compare.  Their task is to find something that is longer, shorter, and the same sizes as their object (ie book, scissors...) and draw it.  There are 3 different sheets so this activity could be sustained over a 3-4 week period.
Click on the image to download
I thought about creating some vocabulary cards, but then I saw these... LOVE them!
These came from Jayne at Kindergarten Rhode.  Click on the image to go to her blog.
As you know, I love Kim Adsit's math products.  I bought this a while ago, but it still holds up to great teaching.  This product includes story problems and 10 measurement activities.  They are adorable!
Click on the image to go to Kim's store.
Here is a super cute time game that Rachelle from What the Teacher Wants posted back in March.  I love the simplicity of it.  My kiddos loved it too last year... wish I could find a picture of them playing it!
Click on the image to go to her blog!
I have also blogged in the past about length and weight.  You can grab some ideas and FREEBIES here:

Thank you Lory for hosting this week's Math Work Stations Blog Party!!!  Please stop by her blog to see her A~MAZ~ING post!




8 comments:

  1. I can't download the google document but I am dying to. Is it set as a public document?

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  2. Olá, sou do Brasil e passeando pela net encontrei o seu blog e gostei muito, parabén spor ele.. Já o coloquei na minha lista de blogs pois pretendo voltar mais vezes. Tenha uma ótima semana.


    Marta
    http://eucraftemuitomais.blogspot.com

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  3. Ashley... I reloaded the Google Doc and tested it out. I hope you can grab it!

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  4. Just found your blog. I love the math freebie items. Thanks!
    BusyBees

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  5. These are great! Thank you!

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  6. Thanks for the great measurement activities! I was reading this book along with you and I enjoyed it so much! I can't wait to use all of these great ideas in my classroom!

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  7. Popping by to say Hi. You were spotlighted in my Blog Mix Linky Party.

    Yearn to Learn Blog

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  8. Thanks for sharing these incredible resources with us!

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