# Measurement (Holds More/Less)

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## First Grade Math Lesson - Which Holds More or Less

How do your first grade students' math skills measure up? Find out in this interactive math game from iKnowIt.com featuring measurement with capacity. Children will decide which holds more and which holds less in this fun online math game. Here are some examples of the kinds of math questions your students may be asked:

• "Which holds more?" Students will choose between a large bowl and a small bowl.
• "Which holds less?" Students will choose between a drinking cup and a bottle of juice.
• "Which holds the most?" Students will choose among three different-sized spray bottles.
• "Which holds the least?" Students will choose among three different-sized crates of apples.

Children will have plenty of built-in tools accessible right in their math practice session to help them make the most out of their measurement practice:

• A speaker icon in the upper-left corner of the practice screen indicates the read-aloud feature. Students can click this button to hear the question read out loud to them in a clear voice. This tool is a great resource for ESL/ELL students and children who are auditory processors.
• Opposite, 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.
• Beneath the progress-tracker, the score-tracker lets students view how many points they have obtained for answering math questions correctly.
• A hint button in the lower-left corner of the practice screen can be clicked on when students need a little extra help solving a math problem. The hint will display a helpful written or pictorial clue that will point children in the right direction without giving away the answer
• When children answer a question incorrectly, a detailed explanation page pops up on the practice screen, displaying the correct solution, accompanied by an easy-to-understand explanation.

All of these features were thoughtfully designed by the I Know It team to help students achieve greater understanding of foundational math concepts, learn from mistakes, and improve accuracy as they master each math topic.

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If you're searching for a program that helps your little learners get excited about math practice, you've found it in iKnowIt.com! Whether you are an elementary math teacher, homeschool educator, or school administrator, we're confident you will love using I Know It digital math lessons alongside a comprehensive elementary math curriculum. I Know It provides that extra "boost" that helps kids excel at math practice by presenting math topics in an engaging and fun format. Here are just a few reasons why teachers like you enjoy the I Know It program:

• Math lessons written by accredited elementary math teachers to meet the Common Core Standards
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Students are just as enthusiastic about the I Know It math program as their teachers. Here are some highlights of the program from a child's point of view:

• Adorable, animated characters that cheer students on in their math practice with a silly trick or a cute dance every time they answer a question correctly
• Tons of positive feedback messages that encourage students to "Keep at it!" even when they make mistakes
• Bright colors, and a bold, kid-friendly math lesson format that presents each math concept as a fun, yet challenging, math game

We hope you and your first grade class will enjoy deciding which item holds more and which item holds less in this online measurement lesson. Be sure to browse the hundreds of other first grade math practice lessons in our collection too.

## Free Trial and Membership Options

If you're interested in trying out this first grade measurement activity with your class, be sure to sign up for our free thirty-day trial offer! You can try out any of the math lessons on our website at no cost. We think you and your students will love experiencing the difference online math practice can make. In fact, when your free trial runs out, we hope you will join our community as a member, so you can continue to enjoy the benefits of interactive math practice for a full calendar year. We offer membership options for families, individual teachers, schools, and school districts. Check out our membership information page for details: https://www.iknowit.com/order.html

Your students will log into iKnowIt.com with their own unique login credentials. They will be shown a kid-friendly version of the I Know It homepage; from here they can quickly navigate to the math lessons you have assigned to them for practice. They can also explore other math activities at their grade level and beyond for additional practice or an extra challenge if you choose to give them permission through your administrator account. Grade levels in the program are designated by letter (i.e., "Level A" for first grade), making it easy 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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