Reflection: Coherence How Does It All Compare? - Section 5: Closure


Once the kids have experienced activities with height, weight and length, bring it all together so they have the opportunity to identify which is which by what they've learned. This gives them a small opportunity to put their new knowledge into action. If they can remember what each form of measurement represents, they will have a stronger foundation going into first grade.

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How Does It All Compare?

Unit 13: How Does It All Measure Up?
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT to compare objects based on the attributes of weight, height, and length.

Big Idea: Kindergerteners are introduced to comparing objects by their attributes. In this lesson, the kids compare objects by using the three attributes they have learned about.

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