# Into Math Grade 3 Module 17 Answer Key Liquid Volume and Mass

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## HMH Into Math Grade 3 Module 17 Answer Key Liquid Volume and Mass

Playground Designers

Playground designers have a great job, but a lot of work goes into designing a playground. The designers have to make each playground safe as well as fun.

Some playgrounds are unique. For example, there is a playground in Utah that has a 30-foot tall pyramid.

Did you know that playgrounds provide more than just fun for kids? They are a place for “full body” workouts that include exercises that strengthen arms, legs, shoulders, and more. All that exercise also stimulates brain activity.

Playground designers need to make equipment strong enough for several children to use. Your task is to decide which shape to use to support a play house.

Work with a partner to make three structures from sturdy paper. Fold or roll the paper to form a cube, a rectangular box, and a tube. Tape your structures together, then stand them up. Place books on the shapes to see which ones can support the most weight.

Learning Mindset Resilience Responds to Feedback

Learning to give feedback and listen to feedback is an important skill. Listening to feedback can help you figure out what you still need to learn or where you are making mistakes. When you give feedback, you should focus on helping your partner get better at something. Encouraging others is a form of feedback that is helpful when they are discouraged or frustrated.

Reflect

Question 1.
What feedback did you get from your partner as you were doing the activity? How did you use the feedback?

Question 2.
What feedback did you provide to your partner? Remember, not all feedback has to be a suggestion. Encouragement is another type of feedback.

What object weighs the most?

Use the clues to order the balls from lightest (1) to heaviest (5).
Clues:

• The basketball is heavier than the soccer ball.
• The volleyball is lighter than the soccer ball.
• The bowling ball is heavier than the basketball.
• The beach ball is lighter than the volleyball.

Write the name of each ball on a sticky note. Then arrange them as you read each clue.

Explanation:
I used the above clues and ordered the balls from lightest(1) to heaviest(5).

Turn and Talk

Miguel says that the basketball and beach ball should weigh the same because they are about the same size. Does his statement make sense? Explain.

Complete these problems to review prior concepts and skills you will need for this module.

Measure to the Nearest Inch

Question 1.
Use the ruler to measure the length to the nearest inch.

The marker is about __________ inches long.
4 inches

Explanation:
The marker is about 4 inches long.

Estimate with Benchmarks

The square has sides that are 1 inch in length. Use the square to estimate the length of each object.

Question 2.

Explanation:
The pencil is about 5 inches.

Question 3.

Explanation:
The glue stick is about 4 inches

Compare Numbers

Compare the numbers. Write <, >, or = .

Question 4.
57 54
57 54

Explanation:
57 is greater than 54.

Question 5.
93 80
93 80

Explanation:
93 is greater than 80.

Question 6.
74 75