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## Go Math Grade 1 Chapter 9 Answer Key Pdf Measurement

## Measurement Go Math Grade 1 Chapter 9 Answer Key Pdf

- Measurement Show What You Know – Page 510
- Measurement Vocabulary Builder – Page 511
- Measurement Game Measure UP! – Page 512
- Measurement Vocabulary Game – Page(512A-512D)

Lesson: 2 Indirect Measurement

- Lesson 9.2 Indirect Measurement – Page(519-524)
- Indirect Measurement Homework & Practice 9.2 – Page(523-524)

Lesson: 3 Use Nonstandard Units to Measure Length

- Lesson 9.3 Use Nonstandard Units to Measure Length – Page(525-530)
- Use Nonstandard Units to Measure Length Homework & Practice 9.3 – Page(529-530)

Lesson: 4 Make a Nonstandard Measuring Tool

- Lesson 9.4 Make a Nonstandard Measuring Tool – Page(531-536)
- Make a Nonstandard Measuring Tool Homework & Practice 9.4 – Page(535-536)

Lesson: 5 Problem Solving • Measure and Compare

- Lesson 9.5 Problem Solving • Measure and Compare – Page(537-542)
- Problem Solving • Measure and Compare Homework & Practice 9.5 – Page(541-542)

Lesson: 7 Time to the Half Hour

- Lesson 9.7 Time to the Half Hour – Page(549-554)
- Time to the Half Hour Homework & Practice 9.7 – Page(553-554)

Lesson: 8 Tell Time to the Hour and Half Hour

- Lesson 9.8 Tell Time to the Hour and Half Hour – Page(555-560)
- Tell Time to the Hour and Half Hour Homework & Practice 9.8 – Page(559-560)

Lesson: 9 Practice Time to the Hour and Half Hour

- Lesson 9.9 Practice Time to the Hour and Half Hour – Page(561-566)
- Practice Time to the Hour and Half Hour Homework & Practice 9.9 – Page(565-566)
- Measurement Review/Test – Page(567-570)

## Measurement Show What You Know

## Measurement Vocabulary Builder

## Measurement Game Measure UP!

## Measurement Vocabulary Game

- Follow these directions for the space where you land. White Space Read the math word or symbol. Tell its meaning. If you are correct, jump ahead to the next space with the same term. Green Space Follow the directions. If there are no directions, stay where you are.
- The first player to reach FINISH wins.
- If you land on one of these spaces: Blue Space Explain the math word or use it in a sentence. If your answer is correct, jump ahead to the next space with that word. Green Space Follow the directions in the space. If there are no directions, don’t move.

The Write Way Reflect Choose one idea. Draw and write about it.

- Julia has to measure an object. She does not have a ruler. Tell what Julia could do to solve her problem.
- Explain why it is important to learn how to tell time.

## Lesson 9.1 Order Length

Essential Question How do you order objects by length?

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES Compare the straw and the key. Which is longer? Which is shorter? Answer:

Problem Solving • Applications

## Order Length Homework & Practice 9.1

## Lesson 9.2 Indirect Measurement

Essential Question How can you compare lengths of three objects to put them in order?

## Indirect Measurement Homework & Practice 9.2

## Lesson 9.3 Use Nonstandard Units to Measure Length

Essential Question How do you measure length using nonstandard units?

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES Reasoning How do you draw the boat to be the right length? Answer:

Explanation : To Measure scissor we require 2 square object .

## Use Nonstandard Units to Measure Length Homework & Practice 9.3

Question 3. Circle the number that is less. 51 50

Did tens or ones help you decide? tens ones

## Lesson 9.4 Make a Nonstandard Measuring Tool

## Make a Nonstandard Measuring Tool Homework & Practice 9.4

## Lesson 9.5 Problem Solving • Measure and Compare

Essential Question How can acting it out help you solve measurement problems?

TAKE HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child explain how he or she solved Exercise 4.

## Problem Solving • Measure and Compare Homework & Practice 9.5

## Measurement Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

## Lesson 9.6 Time to the Hour

Essential Question How do you tell time to the hour on a clock that has only an hour hand?

TAKE HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child describe what he or she did in this lesson.

## Time to the Hour Homework & Practice 9.6

Spiral Review Question 3. What is the sum? Write the number. 40 + 30 = _____ Answer: 40 + 30 = 70

Question 4. What is the sum? Write the number 53 + 30 = ______ Answer: 53 + 30 = 83

## Lesson 9.7 Time to the Half Hour

## Time to the Half Hour Homework & Practice 9.7

## Lesson 9.8 Tell Time to the Hour and Half Hour

## Tell Time to the Hour and Half Hour Homework & Practice 9.8

## Lesson 9.9 Practice Time to the Hour and Half Hour

## Practice Time to the Hour and Half Hour Homework & Practice 9.9

## Measurement Review/Test

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Find Unknown Side Lengths - Lesson 11.3

Understanding Area - Lesson 11.4

Problem Solving - Area of Rectangles - Lesson 11.7

Area of Combined Rectangles - Lesson 11.8

Same Perimeter - Different Area - Lesson 11.9

Same Area - Different Perimeter - Lesson 11.10

Chapter 11 Review for Test on Perimeter and Area

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Describe Plane Shapes - Lesson 12.1

Describe Angles in Plane Shapes - Lesson 12.2

Identify Polygons - Lesson 12.3

Describe Sides of Polygons - Lesson 12.4

Classify Quadrilaterals - Lesson 12.5

Draw Quadrilaterals - Lesson 12.6

Describe Triangles - Lesson 12.7

Chapter 12 Performance Task Review For Test

Problem Solving - Compare Fractions - Lesson 9.1

Compare Fractions with the Same Denominator - Lesson 9.2

Compare Fractions with the Same Numerator - Lesson 9.3

Compare Fractions - Lesson 9.4

Compare and Order Fractions - Lesson 9.5

Model Equivalent Fractions - Lesson 9.6

Equivalent Fractions - Lesson 9.7

Mid-Chapter 7 Checkpoint on Division Facts and Strategies

Problem Solving - Two-Step Problems - Lesson 7.10

Order of Operations - Lesson 7.11

## Problem Solving - Model Division - Lesson 6.1

Size of Equal Groups - Lesson 6.2

Number of Equal Groups - Lesson 6.3

Model (Division) with Bar Model - Lesson 6.4

Relate Subtraction and Division - Lesson 6.5

Model (division) with Arrays - Lesson 6.6

Relate Multiplication and Division - Lesson 6.7

Write Related Facts - Lesson 6.8

Division Rules for 1 and 0 - Lesson 6.9

Chapter 6 Review for Test - Understanding Division

Multiply with 2 and 4 - Lesson 4.1

Multiply with 5 and 10 - Lesson 4.2

Multiply with 3 and 6 - Lesson 4.3

Distributive Property - Lesson 4.4

Associative Property of Multiplication - Lesson 4.6

Patterns on the Multiplication Table - Lesson 4.7

## Describe Patterns - Lesson 5.1

Find Unknown Factors - Lesson 5.2

Problem Solving: Using the Distributive Property - Lesson 5.3

Multiplication Strategies with Multiples of 10 - Lesson 5.4

Multiply Multiples of 10 by 1-Digit Numbers - Lesson 5.5

Chapter 5 Review on Multiplication Facts

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Round to Nearest Ten or Hundred - Lesson 1.2

Mental Math Strategies for Addition - Lesson 1.4

Use Properties to Add - Lesson 1.5

Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add - Lesson 1.6

Use Place Value to Add - Lesson 1.7

Estimate Differences - Lesson 1.8

Mental Math Strategies for Subtraction - Lesson 1.9

Use Place Value to Subtract - Lesson 1.10

Combine Place Values to Subtract - Lesson 1.11

Equal Parts of a Whole - Lesson 8.1

Unit Fractions of a Whole - Lesson 8.3

Fractions of a Whole - Lesson 8.4

Fractions on a Number Line - Lesson 8.5

Relate Fractions and Whole Numbers - Lesson 8.6

Fractions of a Group - Lesson 8.7

Find Part of Group Using Unit Fractions - Lesson 8.8

Problem Solving: Find the Whole Using Unit Fractions - Lesson 8.9

Count Equal Groups - Lesson 3.1

Relate Addition and Multiplication - Lesson 3.2

Skip Count on a Number Line - Lesson 3.3

Problem Solving - Model Multiplication - Lesson 3.4

Model with Arrays - Lesson 3.5

Commutative Property of Multiplication - Lesson 3.6

Multiply with 1 and 0 - Lesson 3.7

Problem Solving - Organize Data - Lesson 2.1

Use Picture Graphs - Lesson 2.2

Make Picture Graphs - Lesson 2.3

Solve Problems Using Data - Lesson 2.6

Use and Make Line Plots - Lesson 2.7

Time to the Minute - Lesson 10.1

Measure Time Intervals - Lesson 10.3

Use Time Intervals - Lesson 10.4

Problem Solving - Time Intervals - Lesson 10.5

Estimate and Measure Liquid Volume - Lesson 10.7

Estimate and Measure Mass - Lesson 10.8

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