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Ms. Shapiro

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Measuring With Hands and Feet

1. Tap 2. On the first page, listen to the directions. Then, tap and tap new recording. Make a prediction if you were to measure an object with both hands and feet, which would you use the most of and why? Tap and circle that item, either hands or feet. 3. On the next page, listen to the directions and watch the example. Choose 2 items to use your hands and feet to measure. Tap and double tap inside the rectangles to tell what item you measured. Tap to circle if you measured with hands or feet. Double tap inside the last rectangle to tell how many of that unit you used. 4. When you are done, tap and tap new recording to tell us if your prediction was correct. Why or why not. 5. Tap when you are done.

1st Grade, 2nd Grade, Math
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Created by Stacey Shapiro. TEKS MA.1.7(C) measure the same object/distance with units of two different lengths and describe how and why the measurements differ