Instrumentation in Mathematics
IN
MATHEMATICS
Prepared BY:
MA. KARLA RACHELLE ULIBAS
BSED  II
Prepared For:
JUBERT GANAPAO
INSTRUCTOR
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page i Table of Contents iiv Theoretical Considerations, Literature and Research Studies on the Use of Learning Aids 116 Activity Sheets 17 On Numbers Complete the Skip Counting Series 1819 On Measurement Metric Length 20 Metric Weight 21 Metric Capacity 22 Compare Metric Measurements 23 Metric System Measurement Conversions 24 Reading a Tape Measure 25 Reading a Decimal Ruler 26 Reading a Metric Ruler 27 Reading a Standard Ruler 28 Measuring in Inches 29 Measuring in Centimeters 30 …show more content…
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