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Grade 1 - Measurement

Standard 1.MT.2 - Compare the volume of different objects determining which holds more or less.

Included Skills:

Measurement Relationships

• compare two or three objects using measurable attributes (e.g., length, height, width, area, temperature, mass, capacity), and describe the objects using relative terms (e.g., taller, heavier, faster, bigger, warmer; "If I put an eraser, a pencil, and a metre stick beside each other, I can see that the eraser is shortest and the metre stick is longest.");

• compare and order objects by their linear measurements, using the same non-standard unit (Sample problem: Using a length of string equal to the length of your forearm, work with a partner to find other objects that are about the same length.);

• use the metre as a benchmark for measuring length, and compare the metre with non-standard units (Sample problem: In the classroom, use a metre stick to find objects that are taller than one metre and objects that are shorter than one metre.);

• describe, through investigation using concrete materials, the relationship between the size of a unit and the number of units needed to measure length (Sample problem: Compare the numbers of paper clips and pencils needed to measure the length of the same table).

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