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# Math Curriculum

## Level DUnit: Ratios and ProportionsKey Lesson 6.3.2 Anchoring Units of Measurement

Lesson topic: Converting measurements

## Instructor Materials

• Teacher guide
• Slides
• Practice Problems resource
• Card Sort: Measurements resource
• CCRS standard: 6.RP.3d
• Learning goal: Compare (orally) the relative size of different units of measure for one attribute, i.e., length, volume, weight or mass. Comprehend the approximate size of 1 “inch,” “foot,” “yard,” “mile,” “millimeter,” “centimeter,” “meter,” “kilometer,” “ounce,” “pound,” “ton,” “gram,” “kilogram,” “cup,” “quart,” “gallon,” “milliliter,” and “liter.” Identify which unit is closest to the length, volume, weight, or mass of a given object, and explain (orally) the reasoning.
• 6.3 Assessment and Practice Problems

## Related Lessons

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1. IM K-5 Math was originally developed by Open Up Resources (OUR) and authored by Illustrative Mathematics® (IM), and is copyrighted 2017-2019 by Open Up Resources. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0). OUR's K-5 Math Curriculum is available at https://openupresources.org/math-curriculum/.