# Shape and Space

The following set of questions will explore how to best compare and measure using non-standard units of measurement in relation to the volume (capacity) of objects.  , , , , , ,

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This set of questions explores the measurement of mass (weight) using nonstandard units of measurement, estimation and ordering.  , , , , , , , , , ,

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The following set of questions will explore how to best compare and measure using non-standard units of measurement in relation to the mass (weight) of objects.  , , , , , , ,

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The following set of questions will explore how to best compare and measure using non-standard units of measurement in relation to the length of objects.  , , , , , ,

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This problem set deals with the ability to understand the days of the week and months of the year.  , , , ,

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This problem set deals with the internal and external angles of the polygons up to an octagon.  , , , , , , , , ,

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Do you need to know the length of every side to calculate the area of these shapes? The following set of questions will explore strategies for finding the areas of different shapes.  , , , , , ,

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The following set of questions will introduce various methods for finding the perimeter of objects with missing side lengths. Ways to maximize and minimize perimeter will also be explored.  , , , , ,

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What is the formula to calculate the area of a triangle? This set of questions will show visually how we can find the area of triangles using only the area of rectangles.  , , , , , ,

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