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Common Core Grade 1, Module 3: Indirect Comparison in Length Measurement

Common Core Standards: 1.MD.1

Lesson 3 Concept Development
Learning Goal: I can order there different lengths.

Lesson 3 Concept Development and Homework

2. Which is the longest rectangle? ______
3. If Rectangle A is longer than Rectangle C, the shortest rectangle is ______.
4. Order the rectangles from shortest to longest:
5. How long is Juan’s path to the beach? _______ blocks
6. How long is Che’s path to the beach? _______ blocks
7. Juan’s path is longer than Sean’s path. Draw Sean’s path.

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