McGraw Hill My Math Grade 2 Chapter 11 Answer Key Customary Metric Lengths

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McGraw-Hill My Math Grade 2 Answer Key Chapter 11 Customary Metric Lengths

Essential Question

How can I measure objects?
We can measure the objects with the help of a ruler.

Question 1.

Explanation:
OnesÂ Place Value
4 + 8 = 12
Put the 2 in Ones place
Carry the 1 to Tens place
TensÂ Place Value
1 + 3 + 1 = 5
Put the 5 in Tens place

Question 2.

Explanation:
7 is greater than 6 so you must regroup:
Take 1 from 2, so 2 becomes 1.
Add 10 to 6, so 6 becomes 16.

Question 3.

Explanation:
OnesÂ Place Value
8 + 6 = 14
Put the 4 in Ones place
Carry the 1 to Tens place
TensÂ Place Value
1 + 3 + 3 = 7
Put the 7 in Tens place

Measure the length of the object in cubes.

Question 4.

______________ cubes
10 cubes
Explanation:
The length of the pencil is measured with the help of cubes

Question 5.

______________ cubes
12 cubes
Explanation:
The length of the scissors is measured with the help of cubes

Question 6.
Neilâ€™s hand is 5 cubes long. He measures this checkerboard. It is 3 hands long. How many cubes long is the checkerboard?

______________ cubes
15 cubes
Explanation:
Neilâ€™s hand is 5 cubes long. He measures this checkerboard.
It is 3 hands long.
3 x 5 = 15
so, the checker board is 15 cubes long

My Math Words

Review Vocabulary
compare
longest
shortest

Find three classroom objects. List them. Compare their lengths. Write the longest object. Write the shortest object.

How did you compare your objects?

I compared the objects with there lengths.

My Vocabulary Cards

Directions: Ideas for Use

• Have students group 2 or 3 common words. Ask them to add a word that is unrelated to the group. Have them ask a friend to name the unrelated word.
• Ask students to find pictures to show an example of each word. Have them ask a friend to guess which word the picture shows.

Directions: More Ideas for Use

• Have students use a blank card to write this chapterâ€™s essential question. Have them use the back of the card to write or draw examples that help them answer the question.
• Ask students to use the blank cards to write some of the units of measure they learned in this chapter. They should give examples of different objects they would measure with each unit on the back of each card.