Area of Development – Math: Measurement

Indicators typical for a child between the ages of 3 and 5 for this area:

  • Begins to demonstrate understanding of time, length, weight, capacity, and temperature
    • Recognizes and labels measurable characteristics of objects (size, weight, etc.)
    • Uses approximate measures of familiar objects using nonconventional measuring tools
    • Begins to use conventional measurement terms (mile, age span, month, cup, etc.) without accuracy
    • Understands time as a sequence of events that relates to his or her daily life
    • Participates in measuring activities using conventional and nonconventional measuring tools
    • Uses conventional measurement, time, and money terms with some accuracy

Related Storytime Shares:

Math: Measurement 1 (Length and Height)

Math: Measurement 2 (Clocks/Telling Time)

Math: Measurement 3 (Size – Big and Small)

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3 thoughts on “Area of Development – Math: Measurement

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