The fifth Math in the Mail kit is based on Math Around Us: Sorting at the Market
How many times have you read Sorting at the Market together?
Cooking and baking are natural opportunities for measuring!
Find some healthy recipes here.
A ruler or measuring tape are often used for measuring, but children can learn the concept of measurement using non standard units of measure (items that are all the same size and type), or by using one item over and over to measure another item.
What have you and your child used to measure? Share it on the Math in the Mail Facebook page!
Thank you to the health and nutrition partners who contributed to this kit!
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Sort Classify Order Sequence Shortest to Longest Biggest to Smallest Measure
Taller than Shorter than Wider than Narrower than Length Volume Weight Area Time Centimeter Inches Feet Distance Increase Decrease Heavier Lighter
“I think…” “I wonder…” “I see…” “Why…?”
Thank you to the Saginaw Career Complex Careers in Education class for their leadership in the design of the Sorting at the Market kit!
After you have worked with the Sorting at the Market kit several times, complete the Sorting at the Market Post Kit Survey!