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# Measurement & Data

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## Representing Data (modified Everyday Mathemathics strand)

* This unit is an adaptation of the Everyday Mathematics (EM) Kindergarten Curriculum, 4th Edition, published by McGraw Hill Education.  The source material is copyrighted and all rights are reserved.  With this in mind, only the adaptations will be explored in this document.

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Students will learn how to read and interpret data in a scaled picture graph.

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## Hockey Scholar by Everfi

Hockey Scholar brings science, math & engineering concepts to life using the exciting, fast-paced game of hockey. Through immersive hockey simulations, each online module enables students to explore real-life applications of fundamental STEM concepts.

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## EnVision Topic 13 Time (1st grade)

Telling time on an analog and digital clock is skills related to the skill of reading any numbered scale that uses pointers or hands.  This is actually a fun unit to teach. Students will master the Common Core Standard 1.MD.3  Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.

13-1 Understanding the Hour and Minute Hands

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This unit is basically chapter 5 in our Math Expressions curriculum.  If your district uses Math Expressions, then this unit will make a lot of sense to you.  If you don't have Math Expressions, this unit can still help guide you through teaching your kids meausurement using customary and metric systems.

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## Making a Bar Graph

In this lesson, students collected data, use the data collected to construct a bar graph, and interpret/compare the results of the bar graph.

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## Customary Units of Volume

This unit is designed to add to previous knowledge of customary units and introduce conversion of these units..  Students will use models to compare customary units of measurement.  Students learn the relationships among the customary units of liquid volume (fluid ounces, cups, pints, quarts, half gallons, and gallons).  Students review that an ounce is a customary unit of w

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