Measuring with the sticky - Section 4: A Peek at our Partner Work: Measuring with Kilometers

Measuring with the sticky

Lewis and Clark and Kilometers

Unit 2: Metric Measurement
Lesson 7 of 18

Big Idea: After watching a short video about Lewis and Clark, students examine a map of their journey and use the scale to measure kilometers. They convert the measurements to meters using an equation and a two column chart.

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Mary Ellen Kanthack

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