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How many Easter eggs long are you? Ages 3+

The boys have been having fun playing with their Easter eggs. This morning we worked on measuring with non standard units. Before they measured each other they both guessed how many eggs long they thought they would be

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First have your child guess how many Easter eggs long they are.  Then start counting. Young children apply early concepts of measurement in many of their everyday activities. They also begin to develop the vocabulary of measurement and comparison, using terms such as longer, shorter, taller, bigger, smaller, wider, heavier, and lighter.
Here are some more measurement activities! 

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