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Daily Math Practice provides a week's worth of problems ideal for morning work or review. This printable reviews the Grade 1 Measurement & Data Common Core Mathematics Standards.

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# Grade 1 - Daily Math Practice - Measurement Review (Grade 1)

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 DAILY MATH PRACTICE - Measurement & Data Review DAY 1 DAY 2 Circle the pencil that is shorter than the line. The silver camper is 6 yards long. The white camper is 2 yards longer than the silver camper. The tan camper is 1 yard shorter than the silver camper. Which camper is the shortest? Draw a line that is about 7 long. How many cubes long is the paperclip? Write the time. _:_ _ Draw clock hands to show the time. 11:30 It snowed 8 days in December. It snowed 12 days in January. It snowed 11 days in February. Which month had the most days of snow? It snowed 13 days in December. It snowed 12 days in January. It snowed 9 days in February. Which month had the fewest days of snow?

 DAILY MATH PRACTICE - Measurement & Data Review DAY 3 DAY 4 Draw a shorter line above the line shown. Draw a longer line below it. Circle the correct word.A caterpillar is shorter than a worm. The worm is shorter than a lizard. So, the caterpillar is longer/shorter than the lizard. How many cubes long is the broom? How many cubes long is the stamp? Circle the time the clock shows. five o'clock or five thirty Draw clock hands to show the time. 3:00 Soccer practice lasts for 60 minutes on Monday. On Tuesday, it lasts for 75 minutes. On Wednesday, it lasts for 50 minutes. How many minutes longer was soccer practice on Monday than on Wednesday? Soccer practice lasts for 60 minutes on Monday. On Tuesday, it lasts for 75 minutes. On Wednesday, it lasts for 50 minutes. On which day did soccer practice last the longest amount of time?

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