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K.MD -1. Describe measurable attributes of objects, such as length or weight. Describe several measurable attributes of a single object.
Tools for Measuring Ruler, Yard Stick and Tape Measurers are used to measure how long or how tall an object is.
Tools for Measuring Scales are used to measure weight.
Tools for Measuring Thermometers are used to measure temperature.
Tools for Measuring Calendars and Clocks are used to measure time.
What can you Measure? Measure HeightMeasure Weight Measure Temperature Measure Time
Using the International System of Units
Lesson 3 Measuring with SI and Metric Units
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Fun with Fractions! 4 th Grade Math By Crista Christensen.
Measurement Notes Metric The whole world uses metric units of measurement!
Check to make sure you have the following on your desk: Envelope (markers, string) Ruler Tape Measure Laminated Sheet.
Ch. 15: Using Tools to Measure Physical Properties
Measurement What do we measure?.
Metric System. The Metric System Used by scientists all over the world! Developed by France and known as the International System of Units NOT used by.
Units of Measure Objectives: Have a general feel for different units Know the different units for length, weight and capacity Know the various types of.
Systéme International d’unités (SI) International System of Units otherwise known as the metric system....
Science Lab Tools.
Measurement. Create chart on your paper with these headings:
Measurement Basics Physical Science. Why is it important to make accurate and precise measurements? Accuracy is the correctness of a measurement. If your.
The Metric System.
1 Measurement By Mrs. Pintor. 2 Essential Question How can we measure length and width?
MEASUREMENTS AND CONVERSIONS. METRIC BASE UNITS Length – Meter (m) Mass – Gram (g) Volume – Liter (L) Time – Seconds (s) Temperature – Kelvin (K) Celsius.
Discuss with your partners… Is this a good experiment? Pure water.
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