Meter Flip Book - Section 2: Defining Metric Linear Measurement Terms and Comparing What they Look Like

 
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So What's a Meter Look Like?

Unit 2: Metric Measurement
Lesson 3 of 18

Objective: SWBAT find objects that are relative in size to a meter, centimeter and millimeter.

Big Idea: Students show their understanding of linear metric size as they search for objects that are a meter, centimeter and millimeter in size. They draw, collect samples and/or describe these object in a flip book and explain why they used that unit of measureme

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