Category Archives: measurement

The Art of Scale

In the spirit of full disclosure you should know up front that I have no books to share today. I’m taking a brief departure from the typical entry you find on this blog because I ran across two Web pages … Continue reading

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More on Measurement

Regretfully, I do not have time to flesh out more teaching ideas today. I will give you links to three more books that are useful when teaching measurement. I invite you to add your own teaching tips. How have you … Continue reading

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Early Measurement Concepts

A growing number of you are beginning to stop by my blog each day and I thank you. My goal is to build a robust resource that continues to meet your needs throughout the year. I hope that you will … Continue reading

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What time is it?

Telling time using both analog and digital clocks is an important skill that some students struggle with. Telling Time with Big Mama Cat by Dan Harper, The Clock Struck One by Trudy Harris What Time is it? A Book of … Continue reading

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