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Math Measurement - What Unit?

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    Math Measurement - What Unit? Math Measurement - What Unit? Presentation Transcript

    • Units of Measurement Game
      Centimeters, Inches, Feet, Meters, or Yards
      NEXT
    • The height of a person is about 5 __________.
      NEXT
      Oops!
      Centimeters
      Inches
      Feet
      Yards
    • The width of a big bug is about 3 __________.
      NEXT
      Oops!
      Centimeters
      Meters
      Feet
      Yards
    • The length of a bed is about 6 __________.
      NEXT
      Oops!
      Centimeters
      Meters
      Feet
      Yards
    • The height of a dry erase board is about 1 __________.
      NEXT
      Oops!
      Meter
      Inch
      Yard
      Foot
    • The height of a puppy is about 1 __________.
      NEXT
      Oops!
      Centimeter
      Inch
      Foot
      Meter
    • A chair is about 2 __________ tall.
      NEXT
      Oops!
      Centimeters
      Inches
      Feet
      Yards
    • A giraffe unicycle is about 6 __________ tall.
      NEXT
      Oops!
      Centimeters
      Inches
      Feet
      Yards
    • Mr. Hartman’s shoe is about 12 __________ long.
      NEXT
      Oops!
      Centimeters
      Feet
      Inches
      Yards
    • A door is about 2 __________ tall.
      NEXT
      Oops!
      Centimeters
      Inches
      Meter
      Yards
    • Final Question! See a picture of Mrs. Botwick’s dog if you get both answers correct.The length of a pencil is about 5 __________.
      NEXT
      Oops!
      Centimeters
      Feet
      Inches
      Meters
    • Click the dog house to see
      Mrs. Botwick’s
      cute dog!