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Inch Measurement Activity 
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IntroductionThis lesson teaches students to measure lengths using inches. More specifically, students must accurately measure the following lengths: 4 ½ inches
6 inches 7 ½ inches 9 inches 10 ½ inches Measuring with a ruler may seem easy to an adult, but young and inexperience students often find it difficult. Here are some of the most common mistakes students make when measuring:

Centimeter

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IntroductionThis lesson teaches students to measure lengths using centimeters. More specifically, students must accurately measure the following lengths: 26 centimeters
24 ½ centimeters 23 centimeters 21 ½ centimeters 20 centimeters The teacher should be aware of students' common measurement mistakes, discussed in the previous chapter (see above). The ProjectStudents start by measuring and marking the appropriate length of each strip on their starter sheet (page 104). They should start measuring each strip at its point, and place a dash to mark the distance measured. 