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Limited or Lots of Lemonade? - Customary Conversions

Unit 10: Measurment
Lesson 11 of 13

Objective: SWBAT to convert liquid measures within the customary system

Big Idea: In this lesson students create a graphic or visual to help assist with converting within the customary system and solve a fun real world problem in a partner activity.

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Math, Measurement, multiplication, customary units of measurement, customary conversions, number patterns
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