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I want to learn about: Measurements and Data

Learn about measurements and data for elementary mathematics with Smartick. Exercises, theory, tutorials, and teaching resources for measurements and data for elementary aged children. Here you will find posts about measurements and data to make learning easier and more fun.

Jul01

The Language of Functions and Graphs

In our lives, we are surrounded by information and graphs are used to represent information. That is why it is important to know how to represent graphs. Not only is it ideal to know how to read and interpret them, but it also helps to know if someone is trying to deceive us when presenting […]

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Oct29

Math Problems with Data Tables

For today´s entry, we are going to solve math problems where the relevant data is displayed on a table. The reason is clear – to be able to resolve any situation we need to know how to read, discriminate, and manage all types of data and the ways of exhibiting them, including: In text. Visual […]

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Aug20

Practicing with Units of Measurement in the Metric System

In today’s post, we are going to take a look at activities that you can practice in your everyday life, as a game, to familiarize yourself with units of measurement in the Metric System. With the activities’ help, you’ll stop seeing units of measurement as “abstract entities,” with which you perform calculations guided by rules […]

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Oct13

Basic Concepts to Help Learn How to Tell the Time

In today’s post, we’re going to talk about time and to learn how to tell the time. It’s one of the first experiences that children have with mathematics in a very natural way, but can be a very complicated concept if they don’t have previous knowledge and skills to help them understand. Basic skills to […]

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Aug30

Dimensions: Length, Width, and Height of an Object

In today’s entry, we’re going to talk about length, width, and height as tools to find the dimensions of an object. Length is a linear measurement, which means we can only use it to measure the distance separating two points. In this case, we’ve measured the length between the tip of the cockpit and the back […]

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Jul10

Learn to Solve Measuring Problems

In this week’s post, we are going to look at measuring problems, more specifically, problems that deal with the measurements of objects. Not only can we measure the length of a distance with just meters, centimeters, inches, or miles, but we can also use any object as the unit of measure. For example, according to […]

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