Using Manipulatives for Larger Numbers - Section 3: Yards to Miles

Using Manipulatives for Larger Numbers
Using Manipulatives for Larger Numbers

How Big Is A Mile?

Unit 13: Area, Perimeter and More Measurement
Lesson 1 of 6

Big Idea: How far do I have to walk in order to make 1 mile? What if I want to walk 2 miles? We can measure, add and figure it out.

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Math, mile, perimeter (Determining Measurements), Geometry, area (Measurement), addition, place value strategies, yard
55 minutes

Beth McKenna

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