We included **HMH Into Math Grade 2 Answer Key PDF** **Module 18 Lesson 7 Measure to the Nearest Yard **to make students experts in learning maths.

## HMH Into Math Grade 2 Module 18 Lesson 7 Answer Key Measure to the Nearest Yard

I Can estimate and measure length to the nearest yard.

**Spark Your Learning**

Find and draw objects as long as Talia’s and Bo’s scarves.

Talia’s scarf

Bo’s scarf

Talia and Bo get new scarves. Talia’s scarf is as long as two 12-inch rulers, and Bo’s scarf is as long as three 12-inch rulers. Explore the classroom to find objects that match the lengths of these scarves.

Answer:

Talia’s scarf = 2 x 12 = 24 inches

Bo’s scarf = 3 x 12 = 36 inches

my table is around 24 inches long,

And bulletin board is 36 inches long.

**Build Understanding**

Question 1.

Sierra finds three sticks on the playground. Each stick is 12 inches long.

Ronnie finds a stick on the playground. The stick matches the length of Sierra’s three sticks put together.

Connect to Vocabulary

A yardstick is the same length as 1 yard, or 3 feet. A yardstick is used to measure length in yard units.

A. Place three 12-inch rulers end to end on a large sheet of paper.

Answer:

3 x 12 = 36 inches

B. Trace around the outside of the inch rulers to make one long ruler on the paper.

Answer:

so, the long inch ruler has 36 inches.

C. Place a yardstick on your paper, next to your drawing. Is your drawing shorter than, the same length as, or longer than a yardstick?

Answer:

A yard stick is 3 feet long

1 feet = 12 inches

3 x 12 = 36 inches

The yard stick is as long as the ruler.

D. Estimate the length of Ronnie’s stick in yards.

Answer:

That is 1 yard

1 yard = 3 feet

1 feet = 12 inches.

E. Find an object in the classroom that is about as long as a yardstick. Draw the object.

Answer:

My bench is 1 yard long that is 36 inches,

**Turn and Talk** How can you find the number of inches in 1 yard?

Answer:

1 yard = 36 inches.

A yard is a unit of length. The symbol of yard is “yd”. It is equal to 3 feet or 36 inches.

**Build Understanding**

Question 1.

Choose a wall in your classroom. How many yards is the length of the wall?

A. Use a yardstick. Measure the length of the wall.

_________ yards

Answer:

4 yards.

B. If the length is not an exact number of yards, how do you measure to the nearest yard?

Answer:

4 yards,

Explanation:

The wall is around 4 yards

measured with the help of yard stick.

Question 2.

Go to a whiteboard. How many yards is the length of the whiteboard?

A. Measure the board in yards.

Answer:

The white board is 2 yards long.

B. Draw a picture of the board. Show how many yardsticks were needed to match its length.

The white board is __________ yards long.

Answer:

The white board is 2 yards long.

Explanation:

Measured the white board with the help of a yard stick,

and the white board is 2 yards long.

**Turn and Talk** How can you use one yardstick to measure a length that is longer than 1 yard?

Answer:

No, We cannot measure longer,

If the length is little more we can round to one.

**Step It Out**

Question 1.

Mrs. Garza sets up mats and rugs for indoor exercise. The mats and rugs are each 2 yards long.

A. Measure a mat or rug to the nearest yard.

Answer:

Measured my mat with yard stick and it is 2 yards long.

B. Line up the yardstick at one end of the object. Count yards to the other end of the object.

Answer:

Measured my mat with yard stick and it is 2 yards long.

counted from one end to the other end.

C. Find the number on the yardstick that is closest to the other end of the object.

Answer:

on the left end it matched with zero and on the right end matched with end point.

D. How long is the mat or rug?

________ yards

Answer:

The rug is 2 yards long.

E. Could Mrs. Garza use your mat or rug? Explain.

Answer:

Yes, Mrs. Garza can use the mat or rug,

**Check Understanding**

Use a yardstick to measure a countertop.

Question 1.

Find a countertop.

Estimate the length in yards. __________ yards

Answer:

My counter top is 3 yards long.

Explanation:

Measured my home kitchen top with the help of a yard stick,

and it is measured 3 yards long.

Question 2.

Use a yardstick to measure the countertop to the nearest yard. What is its length?

__________ yards

Answer:

3 yards

Explanation:

Measured my home kitchen top with the help of a yard stick,

and it is measured 3 yards long.

Question 3.

Is the countertop shorter than, the same length as, or longer than your estimate?

Answer:

Longer than,

Explanation:

Measured my home kitchen top with the help of a yard stick,

and it is measured 3 yards long.

The counter top is longer than my estimate,

I thought the counter top will be 2 yards

**On Your Own**

Question 4.

**Reason** Estimate the distance in yards from your desk to your classroom door. Explain your reasoning.

_________ yards

Answer:

4 yards.

Explanation:

The distance from my door to the desk is 4 yards long.

calculated with the help of my foot

The distance from my door to the desk is 12 feet.

1 yard = 3 feet

4 x 3 = 12 feet

Question 5.

**Open-Ended** Juan estimates that the distance from his desk to his teacher’s desk is either 2 yards or 3 feet. Think about these estimates. What do you notice?

Answer:

Estimations are wrong.

Explanation:

as 2 yards = 6 feet,

or 3 feet = 1 yard,

and the distance from desk to the teacher table is 2 yards that is 6 feet.

Question 6.

Find a table.

Estimate. About how many yards long is the table?

_________ yards

Answer:

The table is around 1 yard

Use a yardstick to measure the table. What is its length?

_________ yards

Answer:

2 yards.

Explanation:

The length of the table is 1 yard that is 3 feet.

3 feet = 1 yard.

Question 7.

**Use Tools** Use a yardstick to measure a window. What is its length?

__________ yards

Answer:

2 yards

Explanation:

The window of my classroom is measured with the help of yardstick,

and it measured around 2 yards some longer than 2 yards.

Question 8.

Karsten has a bookcase that measures 2 yards in length. Find and measure the length of a bookcase to the nearest yard. What is your measurement?

________ yards

Answer:

2 yards.

Explanation:

John book case is measure with yard stick.

The book case is around the 2 yards when it is measured with the help of a yard stick.

Question 9.

**Reason** Is the bookcase you measured shorter or longer than Karsten’s bookcase? Explain.

Answer:

Longer

Explanation:

the bookcase I measured is longer than Karsten’s bookcase

The Karsten’s bookcase is slight longer than the 2 yards

and John book case is exact 2 yards.

**I’m in a Learning Mindset!**

How do I make sure I am not distracting others when I am working?

Answer:

Start With a To-Do List I Set One Daily Goal and Revisit It Often.