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  • 1. Measure
  • 2. MeasureMeasuring The WORLD
  • 3. What is measurement?Measurement is a system we use to measure height, weight, time and many more! We use measurement lots in the day bychecking the time, measuring furniture and also measuring the right amount of food when cooking
  • 4. When do we use measurement?We use measurement lots in the day by checking the time, measuring furniture and also measuring the right amount of food when cooking.You can also use measurement during school or work or any other activity.
  • 5. When do we use measurement? We use measurement without even knowing it!We use measurement lots in the day by checking the time, measuring furniture and also measuring the right amount of food when cooking.You can also use measurement during school or work or any other activity.
  • 6. Measurement ToolsMost of the tools we use are rulers / metersticks, measuring cups, watches, clocks, andalso scales. Those are some of the mostcommon ones.There are tools for measuring time, volume,length, weight and temperature.
  • 7. MetricThe metric system is the most commonmeasurement system. It is the system thateveryone uses in their daily life the most. Here is a chart of the metric system:The metric systemincludes Meters, Gramsand all time
  • 8. MetricThe metric system is the most commonmeasurement system. It is the system thateveryone uses in their daily life the most. Here is a chart of the metric system:The metric systemincludes Meters, Gramsand all time
  • 9. Imperial A system of weights and measures originally developed in England. Similar but not always the same as US standard units. Length: inches, feet, yards Area: square feet, acres Weight: pounds, ounces, Volume: fluid ounces, gallonsThe Imperial System has been replaced by the Metric System in most countries (including England).