Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Measurement Unit & Conversions QR Code Fun Pack

Measurement units and conversions are always difficult concepts for my fourth graders. Last year I created a title called Merry Measurement Activities that was helpful with my students. I also created some self-checking poke cards on length conversion. Now, this year I am working on Smart Board games and QR code task cards to also give my students the additional practice they need.

With the help of some awesome teacher/editors, I have finished the QR code task cards and will be going on to the Smart Board games very shortly. These titles can be purchased individually for $2 each or together at a discount.

If you haven't tried QR codes in your classroom, I feel you are missing out! I never have to encourage students to work when QR codes are involved!


(contains 24 self-checking task cards for students to practice unit facts and conversions with cups, pints, quarts, and gallons)


(contains 24 self-checking task cards for students to practice unit facts and conversions with inches, feet, yards, and miles)

(contains 24 self-checking task cards for students to practice unit facts and conversions with seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, and years)

(contains 24 self-checking task cards for students to practice unit facts and conversions with the metric system [milli-, centi-, meters, liters, grams, and kilo-])

(contains 24 self-checking task cards for students to practice unit facts and conversions with ounces, pounds, and tons)

The cards progress from easy to difficult, and each title contains word problems. These titles are aligned with common core standards 4.MD.A.1 and 4.MD.A.2.

Thanks for your visit! Happy Teaching!

Tabitha Carro

1 comment :

  1. These look fantastic, Tabitha! I am really trying to stretch my comfort zone and will be trying out some of your QR code games/cards soon. I can't wait to give them a try!

    Elizabeth

    Fun in Room 4B

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