will increase their use of measurement to compare, represent and describe relationships to objects to ___________ as measured by ___________ (analysis of work samples, teacher survey, math probes, etc.).
Use manipulatives as measurement tools to explore measurement
Name and explore scales, rulers, measuring cups, money, thermometers and clocks.
Identify the function of scales, rulers, measuring cups, money. Thermometers and clocks.
Fit one ordered set of objects to another through trial and error (e.g.. small cup-small saucer, medium cup medium saucer, big cup-big saucer).
Use appropriate terminology when comparing size, quantity, height/length, weight, and volume (e.g., tall-taller, tallest, large-larger-largest, short-shorter-shortest, heavy-heavier, heaviest, more, most, all some, full, empty, etc.).
Measure height, weight, length, time. and money using comparisons of "greater than, less than, equal to.'
Match/identify/name similar coins(e.g., penny, nickel, dime, quarter, dollar).
Organize and order similar objects from small to large.
Start and stop an action on signal (e.g., toy car races, running races, freeze tag).
Identify sequence of daily activities using a picture/concrete calendar,
identify activities that occur in the morning, afternoon. evening, and nighttime.
Predict upcoming events using environmental cues (e.g.. bells, scheduled activities, TV programs, picture/concrete calendar).
Use terms relative to time sequences (e.g., before, after, first, next, last, yesterday, today, tomorrow, etc.).