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5th Grade Measurement Digital Centers

$4.99

These digital math centers include 12 interactive activities for practicing measurement and data concepts and are directly aligned to ALL of the 5th Grade Common Core Measurement & Data Standards (5.MD.1, 5.MD.2, 5.MD.3, 5.MD.4, & 5.MD.5).

Each activity contains either moveable pieces or text boxes for students to type their answers directly on the Google Slides™. Clear, easy-to-follow directions allow for students to navigate the centers independently.

Description

These digital math centers include 12 interactive activities for practicing measurement and data concepts and are directly aligned to ALL of the 5th Grade Common Core Measurement & Data Standards (5.MD.1, 5.MD.2, 5.MD.3, 5.MD.4, & 5.MD.5).

Each activity contains either moveable pieces or text boxes for students to type their answers directly on the Google Slides™. Clear, easy-to-follow directions allow for students to navigate the centers independently.

This resource is 100% paperless and requires no prep aside from assigning the activities to your students (directions are included). Answer keys are also included.

Please be sure you have a free Google account (preferably Google Classroom™) and access to the internet before purchasing.

Below is a list of the 12 activities included in this resource:

  • Find the missing numbers in the conversion tables (separate slides for Metric & U.S. Customary)
  • Measurement conversion matchups (separate slides for Metric & U.S. Customary)
  • Measurement comparisons using >, <, = (separate slides for Metric & U.S. Customary)
  • True/false measurement comparison sort (both Metric & U.S. Customary together)
  • Create a line plot x2 (drag the x’s & label the number line)
  • Analyze a line plot x2
  • Measuring volume—record the dimensions & calculate the volume of several figures
  • Volume matchup—drag the correct volume measurement to each figure
  • Find the volume of real-life objects
  • Additive volume (of irregular figures)
  • Determine how many cubes needed to pack the boxes
  • Word problems (good mix of measurement questions, including volume, elapsed time, money, etc.)

Please note that both Metric and U.S. Customary conversion charts are included in the file as a reference for your students.

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