My new fraction manipulatives finally came in, and we're spending a little more time on equivalent fractions and comparing fractions. The manipulatives are awesome, and have been a huge help by allowing my students to conceptually understand the size of fractions. I think I've taken this unit a little further than necessary, but I love giving my kiddos a challenge.
We've also been measuring to the nearest 1/4 inch, centimeter, and millimeter. We went on a treasure hunt today. My kids cracked me up, because they couldn't get past why the pirate would burry his treasure where he did. They were so caught up in the back story of the lesson. They did great on the measuring, but we definitely need to practice north, south, east, and west a little.
I also have another short worksheet to share. This is for extra practice on multiplying multiples of ten. It's short and sweet, but it's nice for a little extra reinforcement. You can click the picture for your copy.