We are learning to convert length, mass, and capacity measurements,
using the metric system.

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Metric Length,
Metric Volume
Metric Weight
The Ruler game -Metric
Best measure -Metric
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**L1998 Scale matters: tenths**
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**L2000 Scale matters: hundredths**
Tenths
Explore the use of scale on a number line. Select a ruler displaying a helpful scale such as tenths. Look at a pair of numbers such as 29.7 and 30.2 marked on a number line. Identify the number corresponding to another point. Or locate another point on the number line to complete a series of three numbers. Apply a marked scale to help estimate the relative distances.
Hundredths
Explore the use of scale on a number line. Select a ruler displaying a helpful scale such as hundredths. Look at a pair of numbers such as 8.97 and 9.12 marked on a number line. Identify the number corresponding to another point. Or locate another point on the number line to complete a series of three numbers. Apply a marked scale to help estimate the relative distances.
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**L1999 Scale matters: tens of thousands**
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**L1997 Scale matters: range of numbers**
Tens of Thousands
Explore the use of scale on a number line. Select a ruler displaying a helpful scale such as tens of thousands. Look at a pair of numbers such as 70,000 and 120,000 marked on a number line. Identify the number corresponding to another point. Or locate another point on the number line to complete a series of three numbers. Apply a marked scale to help estimate the relative distances.
Range of Numbers
Explore the use of scale on a number line. Select a ruler displaying a scale such as ones, tenths or hundredths. Look at a pair of numbers marked on a number line. Identify the number corresponding to another point. Or locate another point on the number line to complete a series of three numbers. Apply a marked scale to help you estimate the relative distances.