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(1) LINEAR
MEASUREMENT


Student selects from four options the correct length of an item indicated on the screen. Centimetres and inches can be used. Easy and hard options available.


(2) LINEAR
MEASUREMENT


Visual ruler. Only inches, but ruler moved by student to measure a line segment. Good for student to properly place a ruler to measure lines. This skill can then be transferred to a metric ruler.


(3) MEASUREMENT


Area, Distance, Mass and Volume options in metric and standard. Only 1 Quiz available for each.

(4) RAINFOREST - MEASUREMENT: Grades 1 - 6

A very good collection of measurement activities that range from Grade 1 to Grade 6. On the home page select the level required. On the next page select the measurement activity. Measurement activities include: Length, Area, Volume, Capacity, Mass, Time. Four categories in this site include: Numbers and Math, Algebra Patterns, Measurement, and Space.


(5) LINEAR
MEASUREMENT


FunBrain: How To Play: FunBrain will show you a ruler with a red bar above it. Click on the length of the red bar. You can play with centimeters or inches.


(6) LINEAR
MEASURE


CMS. or INCHES: Student moves cm ruler to measure length of various objects. Student clicks mouse to place and pick up ruler to measure items.

(7) VIDEO:
LINEAR MEASUREMENT
(Explains what metric system is)

(6:07 minute video) Math Playground. Explain what the metric system is.

(8) HEIGHT
(How to tell different heights)

(Count Us In) The player has to sort the height of the players on the field.

(9) VOLUME
(which has more in the container)

(Count Us In) The player has to judge the volume of different vessels.

(10) LENGTH
(How to tell different heights)

(Count Us In) The player has to sort the height of the players on the field.


(11) RULER GAME

(how to read a ruler)

Use this game to improve how you read a ruler. After you click on the button that says, "Start New Game," the name of a measurement will appear in the text box labeled, "Click on:". As soon as you see the measurement appear, click on the corresponding measurement on the ruler at the top of the screen.

(12) MEASURING DISTANCES
(tutorial and online exercises)

Spoken tutorial and exercises provided. Exercises enable you to use a ruler to measure distances. Very good site.

(13) ESTIMATE LENGTH:
AREA and ANGLES

(tutorials)


(Advanced work.) Spoken tutorial. Good exercises provided and can be done online. Very good site.

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