## 5.MD.A.1

## Convert among different-sized standard measurement units within a given measurement system (e.g., convert 5 cm to 0.05 m), and use these conversions in solving multi-step real world problems.

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#### After developing a theory about the correct operation to use when converting from large units to small units and small units to large units, students test this theory by solving problems with conventional units of measurement.

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#### Student astronauts explore science and math that is out of this world!

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#### Folding our way to reviewing!

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#### King Henry Died Unhappy Drinking Chocolate Milk!

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#### Measure like an Egyptian!

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#### One foot…. two feet… red foot… blue feet?

#### Help Joey figure out how many pitchers he needs to serve the juice so everyone gets some, help out so the school supplies get to school, and help us order enough string to make scarves.

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#### I guess this is practical!

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#### Ounces and pounds and tons! Oh, my!

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#### Gallon Man to the rescue!

#### Students work in small groups to develop a conceptual understanding of measurement terms (tools, units, and systems).

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#### Again and again and again.

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#### Both quantitive and qualitative observations provide useful data to scientists.

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