Become a body ruler! Measure ears, arms, legs, or feet to gain a familiarity with metric lengths. Chart your findings in a colorful sketch.
How would you measure things without a system such as inches or millimeters? What if you used your arm to calculate length? What would happen as you grew?
<STRONG>Measure!</STRONG> Measure at least three body parts such as your ear height, finger length, or foot width. With Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils, record your findings in millimeters (and inches if you are just learning the metric system) on a chart.
<STRONG> Add color!</STRONG> On large paper, outline your body. Measure colorful paper body parts in the sizes you measured. Cut them out with Crayola Scissors. Label the length of each piece. With a Crayola Glue Stick, attach them in place on your outline. Decorate a colorful border with Crayola Markers.
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Become a body ruler! Measure ears, arms, legs, or feet to gain a familiarity with metric lengths. Chart your findings in
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