Content Card – Measuring Length

If you’ve ever worked with me, you know the importance I place on the content that students learn.  Of course we want students to think deeply, but we want them to think deeply about something – the content we want them to learn.  Here’s another example of a content card – this one for fourth-grade mathematics.  This one is for measuring length  in U.S. customary units.  A content card for measuring length in metric units will be next.  Don’t forget to subscribe to my blog and you’ll automatically be notified when I make any posts.

 Download a pdf copy of the content card.

I’ve also included a list of analysis questions for this content card.  Remember that the purpose of the analysis questions is to help students learn to work with the information on the card.  There are two pages to the following download.

Download a pdf of the Analysis Questions for the Content Card, Measuring Length.

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