Measurement: Math Vocabulary Packet

By: Joan Novelli and Holly Grundon

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What do you know about measurement? Rulers, clocks, and scales are used to measure things like length, time, and weight. Here, students explore words related to measurement! This five-page packet features a sequential set of activities that provides practice with a core group of science vocabulary words. Kids will have fun while developing the word knowledge they need for success with content area comprehension!

Grades 2 - 3

Word Watch: In Bringing Words to Life: Robust Vocabulary Instruction (Beck, McKeown, & Kucan, 2002), the authors stress the importance of noticing word use outside the classroom. To encourage this awareness in students, set up a Word Watch display that invites students to share “sightings” of words they are learning. Students can bring in the actual source of their sightings (such as a word used in a newspaper article), draw a picture (as in a word that appears on a sign), or simply write a note about where they encountered the word (as in a conversation)!

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