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Measurement concepts are found in the curriculum in most grades beginning as early as kindergarten. Students are asked to convert from ounzes to pounds and back again. Units students will work with include: weight, liquid volume, dry volume, as well as cooking measures. Depending on where you live, curricular requirements will include imperial and/or metric measures.

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October 12, 2010 at 9:52 pm
(1) Kimberly says:

Very helpful, thank you!

October 12, 2010 at 11:18 pm
(2) Debbie says:

These worksheets would be very helpful and I would love to be able to do them all with my students (I teach grade 7 math) but for some reason these concepts are not part of the 7th grade scope and sequence in my system. I think it is definitely something that should be part of the curriculum. Our students these day don’t have much of an idea on how to do conversions which is not necessarily a good thing. I try to fit it in when I can but there is not nearly enough time to do all I would like to do.

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