Second Grade Nest: What is 4 Cubes Long? FREE Math Activity

Friday, March 14, 2014

What is 4 Cubes Long? FREE Math Activity


Check out my students having a blast on a hunt.
I challenged them to find things in the classroom that were the length of 4 connecting cubes.
They were nuts about finding things! 

I told them if they found something that was 4 units long, I would take a picture of it. I felt like I was being attacked! I heard "Ms. Tobin" every 1 second, but I loved it! 

Here is what we found.
FREE Measuring activity- finding comparable measurements
My timer

FREE Measuring activity- finding comparable measurements
One of the cars on our Junior Achievement poster

FREE Measuring activity- finding comparable measurements
A jar from Oriental Trading 

FREE Measuring activity- finding comparable measurements
"Yesterday Was" calendar piece 

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Used crayons

FREE Measuring activity- finding comparable measurements
Temperature pieces for our calendar

FREE Measuring activity- finding comparable measurements
Post-It

FREE Measuring activity- finding comparable measurements
My coupon for Book Fair

FREE Measuring activity- finding comparable measurements
One of my Valentine's candles that is still sitting on my desk (oops)

FREE Measuring activity- finding comparable measurements
Place Value cubes in our 'leftover' basket 

FREE Measuring activity- finding comparable measurements
Name labels on our mailboxes

FREE Measuring activity- finding comparable measurements
Deanna Jump's targets! 

FREE Measuring activity- finding comparable measurements
My Daily 5 schedule board cards




Grab this freebie to do this in your own classroom! 

FREE Measuring activity- finding comparable measurements
I know, I know! This worksheet is for 3 cubes and my pictures show 4 cubes. 
I made the freebie sheet before we did this lesson! 



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