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Laura Adams

Using the language of measurement

Grades: 1st Grade, Kindergarten
Subjects: Math, Home Learning

Student Instructions

Today we are looking at the words we use to compare measurement. Watch the video and clips from the link below https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/znyyscw/articles/zkgp6v4 We use the words tall, taller, tallest to compare height. My mummy is taller than me, but my daddy is the tallest in our family. We can use small, smaller, smallest to compare size. A grape is small, but a raisin is smaller. We use the words long and short to compare length. My sister's hair is longer than mine. My baby brother is shorter than me. Follow the voice instructions. Take a photo of your drawing and upload it to your journal.