Measurement (Non-Standard Units)

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Interactive Math Lesson - Measurement with Non-Standard Units

Give your kindergarten students extra measurement practice with this fun, interactive math game from iKnowIt.com! Children will use non-standard units to practice measuring a variety of objects in this basic measurement lesson. Help your little ones become measurement experts with this "I Know It" online math activity!

Students will be challenged by a variety of measurement questions in this kindergarten math game. Here are some examples of the questions your students may be asked: "Fill in the missing number. The leaf is [blank] ladybugs long"; "How many frogs long is the turtle?"; "Fill in the missing number. The pencil is [blank] blocks long"; "How many blocks long is the screw?"; and "Fill in the missing number. The fork is [blank] crackers long." Each question is accompanied by a colorful picture. If children get stuck on a question, they can click on the "Hint" button to see a clearly labeled picture that will help them answer the question. When students answer a question incorrectly, a detailed explanation page will show them the correct answer with an easy-to-understand explanation, so they can learn from their mistakes.

Several additional lesson features help children make the most of their math practice session. For example, student can click the speaker icon to have the question read out loud to them in a clear voice. This is an excellent option for ESL/ELL students and for children who excel at auditory learning. In addition, children can check the "Progress Tracker" tool to see how many questions they have answered so far in the lesson, as well as view the "Score Tracker" feature to see how many points they have earned for correct answers. This kindergarten math lesson, as well as all practice activities on "I Know It," is designed with your students' success in mind.

Kindergarten Measurement Non Standard Units LessonKindergarten Alternate Measuring with Blocks Items Units Lesson

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Kindergarten Measurement Non Standard Units ActivityKindergarten Alternate Measuring with Blocks Items Units Activity

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This online math lesson is classified as Level K. It may be ideal for a kindergarten class.

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