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Estimate Length Worksheets

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Basic Lesson
Introduces the use of pictures to approximate length. Also includes practice problems.
Standard: MATH 4
Grades: (K-2)
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Intermediate Lesson
This lesson uses more abstract items to estimate length.
Standard: MATH 4
Grades: (K-2)
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Independent Practice 1
Students practice with 20 quick length estimations problems. The answers can be found below.
Standard: MATH 4
Grades: (K-2)
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Independent Practice 2
This practice sheet of 20 problems use more everyday items. The answers can be found below.
Standard: MATH 4
Grades: (K-2)
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Homework Worksheet
Provides detailed rulers. Ask students to visualize length. Also touches on the proper use of units.
Standard: MATH 4
Grades: (K-2)
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Estimating Length Quiz
10 problems that test length estimation skills.
Standard: MATH 4
Grades: (K-2)
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Answer Keys
Answers for the homework and quiz.
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Answer Keys
Answers for both lessons and both practice sheets.
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