# Into Math Grade 2 Module 18 Lesson 6 Answer Key Measure in Inches and Feet

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## HMH Into Math Grade 2 Module 18 Lesson 6 Answer Key Measure in Inches and Feet

I Can measure objects to the nearest inch and the nearest foot, and describe how measuring in feet is different from measuring in inches.

Measure a classroom object, like a mirror, in two ways. What do you notice about the measurements? __________ color tiles
__________ markers
Mr. and Mrs. Cove need to measure a mirror, but they don’t have a ruler. Mr. Cove decides to measure the mirror with color tiles, and Mrs. Cove uses markers. Measure the classroom mirror or another abject in the same way that Mr. and Mrs. Cove measured their mirror. Discuss your measurements.
8 color tiles According to the Mrs. cove
6 markers According to the Mr. cove
I have measured with  a pencil and it measured as 6 pens

Build Understanding

Question 1.
Find a board in your classroom. Use an inch ruler to measure the length of the board to the nearest inch. Then measure its length to the nearest foot.

A. What is the length of the board in inches?
__________ inches
36 inches.

B. What is the length of the board in feet?
___________ feet
3 feet

C. Which unit is longer, one inch or one foot?
1 foot is longer.

D. Did you count more inches or more feet to measure the length of the board?
More inches.

E. Compare the measurements. What do you notice? Draw or write about it.
Both the measurements are same
36 inches = 3 feet
1 feet = 12 inches
3 x 12 = 36 inches.

Turn and Talk How do you use an inch ruler to measure in feet?
As 1 feet = 12 inches we multiply with 12 for the feet calculation.

Step It Out

Question 1.
Use an inch ruler to measure a poster. A. Measure the poster to the nearest inch.
________ inches
12 inches

B. Measure the poster to the nearest foot.
__________ feet
1 foot.

C. Which measurement is greater, the number of inches or the number of feet? Explain your answer.
Both the measurements are same
1 feet = 12 inches
we multiply with 12 for the feet calculation

Both the measurements are same
1 feet = 12 inches
we multiply with 12 for the feet calculation

Check Understanding

Question 1.
Use an inch ruler to measure the length of a cabinet to the nearest inch and the nearest foot. ________ inches
________ feet
24 inches
2 feet
Explanation:
Both the measurements are same
1 feet = 12 inches
2 feet = 24 inches
2 x 12 = 24 inches.

Question 2.
Which cabinet measurement is smaller, the number of inches or the number of feet?
Both are equal
Explanation:
Both the measurements are same
1 feet = 12 inches
2 feet = 24 inches
2 x 12 = 24 inches.

Question 3.
Use an inch ruler to measure the length of an easel or another large object to the nearest inch. Then measure its length to the nearest foot. __________ inches
__________ feet
48 inches
4 feet
Explanation:
an easel is 48 inch long.
That is both the measurements are same.
1 foot = 12 inches
4 x 12 = 48 inches.

Question 4.
Use Structure Jada measures a window in feet. The length is 2 feet. How many inches long is the window?
_________ inches
24 inches
Explanation:
Jada measures a window in feet.
The length is 2 feet.
2 x 12 = 24 inches as 1 foot = 12 inches.

I’m in a Learning Mindset!

How do I know I correctly followed the directions for Problem 3? What made the directions clear to me?