Teaching Measurement – Free Interactive Resources

Measurement Unit - Many FREE Activities to use with StudentsTeach measurement with these device response, interactive web pages. I am super excited about my measurement activities. Years ago when I was first learning how to build web pages, this was one of my first projects. The programs and codes I originally used were so outdated that only about a third of the pages worked. Now everything is in full working order, device responsive, and interactive. YEAH!  Here’s what you will find.

Reference Materials

Several reference charts provide illustrations for each measurement unit.

Teaching Measurement – Tons of Free Interactive Resources to use in the Classroom I like to print these out on cardstock and laminate them.

Students use these charts as a reference to complete exercises for length, capacity, and weight.

Converting Rules

Teaching Measurement – Tons of Free Interactive Resources to use in the Classroom Instruction pages explain how to convert units. Four converting exercises are provided through Google Forms. In these activities students convert units within the same system.

For example:

1 gallon equals ___ pints.

3500 grams equals 3 kilograms + ______ grams.

15,000 milliliters equals ________ liters.

 

 

 

Interactive Converters

Teaching Measurement – Tons of Free Interactive Resources to use in the Classroom Teaching Measurement – Tons of Free Interactive Resources to use in the Classroom

The website contains 8 different interactive forms. See what time it is in each time zone. Convert units between the Metric and Customary Systems, or convert units within the same system. Swap between a 12 hour clock and military time. Select any month and year and build a calendar. All converters are great for students to check their work. 

Interactive Online Practice

Teaching Measurement – Tons of Free Interactive Resources to use in the Classroom Twelve interactive self-scoring practice pages provide students with immediate feedback. Ten of these are Google Forms. The other two are web pages found on the website. 

Check it out by going to the Measurement Unit.

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