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# Day 7: Common Core 4th Grade Mathematics Domain 4 Day 7

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## Heather Scott

on 6 May 2015

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#### Transcript of Day 7: Common Core 4th Grade Mathematics Domain 4 Day 7

CUSTOMARY
&
METRIC

HOMEWORK
On the SEVENTH day of math review my teacher taught to me...
CUSTOMARY AND METRIC
6 - Fractions times whole numbers
5 - Add and Subtract Fractions
4 - Fractions and Decimals
3 - Traditional Algorithms
2 - Place Value and Whole Numbers
1 - And what the operations mean
Customary Units
What are some customary units for...
Length
inches, feet, yards
Weight
pounds, ounces
Capacity
gallon, quarts,
pints, cups
Time
hour, minutes,
seconds
What are some things we might need to measure?
Metric Units
What are some metric units for...
Length
kilometer, meter,
centimeter, millimeter
Weight
kilogram, gram
Capacity
liter, milliliter
Time
hour, minutes,
seconds - thankfully
that stays the same!
REVIEW
Homework
Use your tool to change 3 quarts into pints.
Try these:
How many quarts in 2 gallons?
How many cups in 4 pints?
Challenge: How many cups in 3 quarts?
Do you measure up?
Number Pairs
Let's go METRIC!
How many...
centimeters in
a meter?
meters in a kilometer?
grams in
a kilogram
milliliters in
a liter
What do all these have in common?
THEY ARE ALL
MULTIPLES OF
TEN!
What's the trick for when we're converting?
If we're going from a smaller unit to a larger unit we...
DIVIDE
If we're going from a larger unit to a smaller unit, we...
MULTIPLY
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