Measuring Feet Resources

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Measuring Feet…in Feet!
Measuring Feet…in Feet!
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Measuring Feet…in Feet!
How big is a foot? Students find out to explore how to measure in feet by comparing their own feet to rulers. Then they set off to measure the length and width of the classroom!
2nd grade
Math
Lesson Plan
Make Believe
Make Believe
Workbook
Make Believe
Rapunzel, Cinderella and your average garden fairy take residence in this fun workbook that includes simple addition and numbers review, plus mazes and puzzle activities.
1st grade
Math
Workbook
Estimation Check-in
Estimation Check-in
Worksheet
Estimation Check-in
Is a giraffe more likely to be 15 feet tall or 25 inches tall? You probably don't need to get out your ruler to get to the correct answer. Assess student understanding of inches, centimeters, feet, and meters with this estimation check-in.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Map Scale Practice
Map Scale Practice
Worksheet
Map Scale Practice
Choose a correct scale to use for different types of maps.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Rapunzel Braid Measurement
Rapunzel Braid Measurement
Worksheet
Rapunzel Braid Measurement
Rapunzel is locked in a tower with nothing to do but play with her hair. As the year goes on she decides to keep a braid chart for every foot her hair grows.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet

Measuring Feet Resources

The standard unit of measurement in the United States is the foot, so it’s a great idea to teach children how to go about measuring feet. With a standard ruler in hand, or a tape measure for some of the longer activities below, have students go around the classroom until they find something exactly one foot long, comparing measurements along the way.