# Measurement and data

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Estimate mass (grams and kilograms)

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Estimating mass (ounces and pounds)

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Estimate volume (milliliters and liters)

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Estimating volume (cups, pints, quarts, and gallons)

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Estimating length (mm, cm, m, km)

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Estimating length (in, ft, yd, and mi)

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Estimating time (seconds, minutes, and hours)

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Time differences

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Telling time word problems

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Convert to smaller units (mm, cm, m, & km)

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Convert to smaller units (in, ft, yd, & mi)

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Convert money word problems

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Metric conversions word problems

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US customary conversion word problems

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Area of squares and rectangles

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Area & perimeter of rectangles word problems

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Interpret dot plots with fractions 1

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**Measurement and data**with these 15 questions.About this unit

When we measure anything, we do it in human-defined 'units'. Different units were defined in different places and for different scales. The two most common are U.S. customary units and metric units. Let's think about how to convert between and among them! We'll also continue thinking about perimeter and area!