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Carol Redfield

4th Grade Math

Wilkins Elementary School

Jackson, MS

Urban Environment

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What is Measurement?

4th Grade Math

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All About the Metric System!

Big Idea:SWBAT use different measuring tools, and prior knowledge to gain a deeper understanding on how and why things are measured.

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How To convert Ounces to Pounds

4th Grade Math

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All About the Metric System!

Big Idea:Students will be able to apply foundational understanding to help them assist with converting ounces to pounds on their own.

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Customary Units of Liquid Volume

4th Grade Math

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All About the Metric System!

Big Idea:Students will be able to use measuring concepts to understand that larger units can be subdivided int equivalent units using the customary units of liquid volume.

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9 Resources

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Making the Steps

4th Grade Math

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All About the Metric System!

Big Idea:Students often tend to forget steps when solving multi-step word problems. This lesson is designed to provide practice for students to solve words problems effectively.

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What's Going On in That Area

4th Grade Math

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All About the Metric System!

Big Idea:Students often confuse the terms area and perimeter. In this lesson, students will find the area of figures by counting rows and column and multiplying.

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Going The Distance

4th Grade Math

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All About the Metric System!

Big Idea:Students often apply the wrong formula when trying to find the perimeter of a two-dimensional figure. In this lesson, students will be able to apply formulas for these figures.

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