McGraw Hill My Math Grade 1 Chapter 8 Answer Key Measurement and Time

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McGraw-Hill My Math Grade 1 Answer Key Chapter 8 Measurement and Time

Essential Question

How do I determine length and time?
ToÂ determine the dimensions of a physical quantity, we use the length
the measured or measurable period during which an action, process, or condition exists or continuesÂ :

Circle the object that is longer.

Question 1.

Explanation:
The colors box is longer than the pencil

Question 2.

Explanation:
The xylophone is longer than the scissors

Look at the string.

Question 3.
Draw something that is longer.

Explanation:
The pencil is 11 cubes longer

Question 4.
Draw something that is shorter.

Explanation:
The pea pod is 3 cubes long

Question 5.
What number comes next?
6, 7, 8, ________
9
Explanation:
The number after 8 is 9

Question 6.
I come just after 10. I am just before 12. What number am I?
11
Explanation:
The number before 12Â  and after 11 is 10

My Math Words

Review Vocabulary
longer
shorter

Read each question. Circle the correct answer. In the box at the bottom, draw an object that is shorter than your pencil.

My Vocabulary Cards

Teacher Directions: Ideas for Use

• Have students group common words. Ask them to add a word that is unrelated to the group. Have them work with a classmate to name the unrelated word.
• Ask students to group like ideas from the chapter. Discuss as a class what strategies they use to help them understand and master these concepts.

Teacher Directions: Ideas for Use

• Ask students to arrange cards to show an opposite pair. Have them explain the meaning of their pairing.
• Ask students to find pictures in books, around the classroom, or in magazines to show each word. Have them work with a friend to guess which word the picture shows.

Teacher Directions: Ideas for Use

• Ask students to use the blank cards to write their own vocabulary words.
• Have students use the blank cards to write a word from a previous chapter that they would like to review.