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Measurement: Comparing Dinosaurs

Unit 8: Measurement
Lesson 2 of 5

Big Idea: First Graders need to use direct and indirect comparisons to measure objects. Today they will use their new knowledge of dinosaurs to find the longest of the giant lizards.

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Math, length (Determining Measurements), Measurement, First Grade, comparing lengths
33 minutes

Jennifer Moon

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