# Measurement (Heavier/Lighter)

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## First Grade Math Lesson - Measurement with Heavier and Lighter

Your first grade students will have tons of fun deciding which object is heavier or lighter in this interactive measurement activity from iKnowIt.com! In this online game, students will identify which of two objects is heavier or lighter. Here are a few examples of the measurement questions your students may be asked in this digital math activity:

• "Drag the objects onto the chart to sort them by weight." Students will drag two objects, such as a bowling ball and a tennis ball, or a muffin and a blueberry, into the correct categories.
• "Which is lighter?" Students will choose from two objects on a balance scale, such as an eight-ball and a button, or a soccer ball and a whistle.
• "Which is heavier?" Students will choose from two objects pictured, like a bowl of cereal and a spoon.

Students will have access to plenty of handy features that will help them make the most out of their math practice session

• When students get stuck on a question, they can click on the "Hint" button, which will display a helpful written or pictorial clue that will point them in the right direction without making the answer too easy.
• When students get an answer incorrect, a detailed explanation page pops up on the practice screen to show them the correct solution, accompanied by an easy-to-understand explanation.
• The progress-tracker in the upper-right corner of the practice screen shows students how many questions they have answered so far out of the total number of questions in the math activity.
• The score-tracker beneath the progress-tracker shows students how many points they have earned for correct responses.
• The speaker icon in the upper-left corner of the practice screen indicates the program's read-aloud feature. Students can click the button to hear the question read out loud to them in a clear voice.

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We hope you and your first grade class will enjoy identifying heavier and lighter in this online measurement lesson. Be sure to browse the hundreds of other grade 1 math practice lessons in our collection too.

When students log into iKnowIt.com with their unique username and password, they will be shown a kid-friendly version of the I Know It homepage. From here, they can quickly find and launch math practice activities you have assigned to them. If you choose to give them permission through your administrator account, students can also explore other math lessons at their grade level and beyond for additional practice or an extra challenge. Grade levels in the program are designated by letter rather than by number (i.e., "Level A" for first grade), making it easy for you to assign math lessons based on each child's needs and skill level.

## Level

This interactive math lesson is classified as Level A. It may be ideal for first grade students.

## Common Core Standard

K.MD.2, MA.1.M.1.2, K.7A
Measurement And Data

Describe And Compare Measurable Attributes.
Directly compare two objects with a measurable attribute in common, to see which object has "more of"/"less of" the attribute, and describe the difference. For example, directly compare the heights of two children and describe one child as taller/shorter.

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