## Reflection: Real World Applications Measurement: Metric - Section 2: Explore

Metric Ball - Using the Metric System for Fun
Real World Applications: Metric Ball - Using the Metric System for Fun

# Measurement: Metric

Unit 4: Measuring Matter
Lesson 3 of 7

## Big Idea: The power of 10! This system is so easy, everyone should use it - especially science students!

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Science, Physical Education, metric system (Science Skills), distance, mass, matter, Forces
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### Erin Greenwood

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