Measurement Conversions Resource Pack {Digital}

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This digital resource pack contains everything you need to teach Measurement Conversions: detailed notes, student practice pages, exit tickets, and a quiz.

You will successfully help your students how to convert metric units of measurement, customary length/distance, customary weight/mass, customary liquid volume/capacity, and time.

What You Get:

5 Mini-Lessons

Metric Measurement Conversions
  • detailed notes (Google Slides)
  • tutorial video
  • sample problems (Google Slides)
  • 3 practice activities (Google Slides)
  • 4 exit tickets (Google Forms)
Customary Length/Distance Conversions
  • detailed notes (Google Slides)
  • tutorial video
  • sample problems (Google Slides)
  • 2 practice activities (Google Slides)
  • 3 exit tickets (Google Forms)
Customary Weight/Mass Conversions
  • detailed notes (Google Slides)
  • tutorial video
  • sample problems (Google Slides)
  • 2 practice activities (Google Slides)
  • 3 exit tickets (Google Forms)
Customary Liquid Volume/Capacity Conversions
  • detailed notes (Google Slides)
  • tutorial video
  • sample problems (Google Slides)
  • 2 practice activities (Google Slides)
  • 3 exit tickets (Google Forms)
Measurement Conversions - Time
  • detailed notes (Google Slides)
  • tutorial video
  • sample problems (Google Slides)
  • 1 practice activity (Google Slides)
  • 3 exit tickets (Google Forms)
Quiz  (Google Forms)
  • 2 versionswith time measurement conversions, without time measurement conversions
Standards:  5.MD.1

Teaching Suggestions:

1. Print the notes page and practice problems page on half sheets of paper for students to tape into composition books. This makes a great reference tool. Introduce the skill by going over the example problem and then guide the students through the sample problems, allowing students to demonstrate the problem on an interactive whiteboard.

(You can pull the PDF up on an interactive screen and annotate over it with programs such as Promethean’s ActivInspire. You can also use a document camera to project a student’s notebook)

2. Allow students to work independently on one of the practice pages and check on their progress.

3. Check for understanding/mastery either at the beginning or end of class with an exit ticket.

4. If time allows, use a second day to reinforce the skill with the second practice page and exit ticket before moving on to the next skill.

5. When all of the mini-lessons have been taught, assess for mastery using the quiz.

Answer Keys Included.

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