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Relative Size

Unit 18: Strategies That Work
Lesson 11 of 16

Objective: SWBAT use repeated addition or repeated subtraction to find the relative sizes of sea creatures.

Big Idea: How big is a lobster compared to a clam? Can we use relative size to find out?

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Math, Measurement, Number Sense and Operations, Operations , relative size, review, estimation
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