“I heard some of you are stumped by my challenge question, so here are some hints to help you.”
For each phrase think of a two-word rhyme. For example, a “dance for hogs” is a “pig jig.”
A. a crafty two-winged insect ______ fly
B. an extra seat ______ chair
C. a huge vessel large ______
Converting centimetres to metres and metres to centimetres
Converting metres to kilometres and kilometres to metres
More to come.
Before we add, we estimate our answers by rounding to the nearest hundred or thousand. Here are two ways students in our class like to add three numbers together. When we are finished, we check our answer by comparing it to the estimate to see if it is reasonable.
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