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# Measurement Math Center - Standard & Nonstandard Units

• Updated:  31 Jul 2024

Create an easily differentiated measurement math center with a printable measurement task cards.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  14 Pages

• Differentiated:  Yes

teaching resource

# Measurement Math Center - Standard & Nonstandard Units

• Updated:  31 Jul 2024

Create an easily differentiated measurement math center with a printable measurement task cards.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  14 Pages

• Differentiated:  Yes

Create an easily differentiated measurement math center with a printable measurement task cards.

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## Easily Differentiated Measurement Math Center

This printable resource is designed to help students practice measuring with both standard and nonstandard units. These cards are perfect for enhancing mathematical skills in a fun and interactive way and are easily adapted to cater to various learning styles.

This resource download includes a set of 24 Measurement Task Cards and a recording sheet in which students can use standard and nonstandard measurement units to practice measuring length. Some ways you can adapt this resource are:

• Informal Units: Have students focus on using everyday objects as units of measurement. Students can use items such as paperclips, blocks, or counters to measure objects.
• Formal Units: Provide students with formal measuring tools, such as rulers, tape measures, etc., to measure objects.
• Estimate and Measure – Have students estimate the length of each object shown, then measure the exact length using formal or informal units.
• Measure and Compare Length – Bundle the cards into sets of two. Have students measure the length of each object, then compare the two cards using <, >, or =.
• Measure and Convert Length: Have students measure length using inches or centimeters and convert them to a different unit.

We recommend getting your students up and moving while learning by posting these cards around the classroom and having students engage with them via a Gallery Walk activity or as a fun game of SCOOT!

We have included both full-color and black-and-white versions of the task cards.

This resource was created by Lindsey Phillips, a teacher in Michigan and Teach Starter Collaborator.

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