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Think about yesterdays weather. Do you think the temperature today is warmer than, cooler than, or about the same as the temperature yesterday? 4.1
How would you tell someone how far it is across the classroom, using only your body or a part of your body to describe the distance? 4.2
4.3 An adult and a child measured the same thing with their feet. Why might they get different answers?
Estimate about how many feet it is from your seat to the meeting area. 4.4
Look at the marks on your 6-inch ruler. Think about what the marks might mean. 4.5
How could you measure the distance around your wrist? 4.6
Estimate about how many feet tall most of the first graders in our class are. 4.7
Draw a picture of a circular pizza. Divide the pizza into 2 pieces that are the same size. Then divide it into 4 pieces that are the same size. 4.8
Show quarter-past 6 oclock on your tool-kit clock. 4.9
What is the largest 3-digit number you know? 4.10
Draw a domino. Write the 3 numbers that go with the domino. 4.11
Write 3 addition facts. 4.12
Complete the Self Assessment 4.13
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