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Some families parkthe car in a driveway, parking garage, alley, home garage, or carport. Some families parkon the street. Where does your family park? Measure how far it is from the front door ofyour home to your car. How far is it? Now measure from the front door to the street. Howfar is it? Which is closer to your front door: the street or the car?

Borrow a measuring cup and a set of measuring spoons from the kitchen. Fill the tablespoon with water and pour the water into the measuring cup. How many tablespoons does it take to make a cup? Do the same thing with the teaspoon. How many teaspoons does it take to make a cup?

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Using the numbers above (with addition and subtraction only) and using each number as many times as you wish, write down four different ways you could make a total of 29. Write down four different ways you could make a total of 37.

Take a string and place it around your head. Now using that string, measure your head in inches. Try it three times. Do you get a different answer each time? Why do you think you get a different answer?

 

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