Measurement

 Grade Level: 2nd  4th
 Materials: Balance Scale, Bag of Oreos, Different items to
measure
Directions: First, set up a balance scale with hanger and plastic
bags. Students should be in groups of 3  4. Each student chooses
an object in the room for which other players will estimate the
mass. The other players will write down the number of oreos they
think equals the mass of the object chosen. They may pick up the
object and examine it to help estimate. The person whose object
it is measures the mass using oreos and the balance scale. The
player with the closest estimate picks the next object.

Measurement 
How long is .........
Materials: oreos, ruler, measuring tape, map
 How many oreos equal one foot? _________
 How many feet in one mile? ________
 How many oreos in one mile? ________
 How tall is your teacher? ________
 How many oreos high is your teacher? _________
 How tall is your school? _________
 How many oreos high is your school? _______
 How tall is the Laker Player Shaq? _________
 How many oreos high is Shaq? ______
Lesson idea adapted from: https://www.ehr.nsf.gov/pres_awards/bestlessons/Lynda_Penry.html

Venn Diagrams
 http://www.educationworld.com/a_tsl/archives/011/lesson0004.shtml 
Using the
Book  The Oreo Cookie Counting Book 
Bring in Oreo cookies to accompany the book. Write the following
questions on chart paper and record the children's responses:
 How many Oreos are in a package?
 Are there enough cookies in a package for all of the children?
Now ask them to count the cookies inside the package.
 How many cookies will be left or how many more cookies will
they need? Provide everyone with two cookies and a napkin.
 Now how many Oreo halves do you each have? Ask everyone to
twist open his or her cookies.
 How many halves do they have in all? Invite the children to
eat one whole cookie.
 How many halves are left?
 How many whole cookies are left

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