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How Big Is a Foot?

  • 48 Pages
  • 3.99 MB
  • English
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7520942M
ISBN 100440404959
ISBN 139780440404958

Great book to teach about non-standard and standard measurement. I am a teacher and used this book to talk about why one unit of measurement is better than the other.

I always stop before the problem is solved and have the conversation with the students about why they think the foot Cited How Big Is a Foot? book 7. How Big Is A Foot. Rolf Myller Grade: K-2 Pages: 48 Theme: King/Queen, Measurement, Communication Genre: Historical Fiction Response: How Big Is a Foot.

Rolf Myller. Information. 31 pages. Primary. An apprentice is sent to jail after making a bed for the queen. The king gives him a specific length and width of 6 feet by 3 feet/5.

How Big Is a Foot?, written and illustrated by Rolf Myller is a fun story to engage children in the basic science processing skills.

In this book there is a King who has to figure out what to give the Queen for her birthday, which is a hard task since she has everything. He decided to invent a bed for her/5(11). The King wants to give the Queen something special for her birthday. The Queen has everything, everything except a bed.

The trouble is that no one in the Kingdom knows the answer to a very important question: How Big is a Bed. because beds. Trace the “King’s” foot and the “Apprentice’s” foot in each group, then trace and cut eight more of each foot so that there are nine “King” feet and nine “Apprentice” feet.

Have each group lay out their “King” feet to create a 3 by 6 diagram on the floor. Do the same with their “Apprentice” feet. Then point out that every length called a foot has 12 inches in it, and that a foot can be laid end-to-end to see how many feet long something is, just as the apprentice did at the end of the book.

The students complete their worksheets by finding items in the classroom about a foot long and about two feet long.

The apprentice took the marble copy of the King’s foot, and with it he measured three feet wide and six feet long and built a bed to fit the Queen. three feet wide and six feet long.

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This measurement resource is packed with foot activities, games, and a mini book to go along with the story. This Foot book follows the story while having math activities for students to c. Creatively cute book about measurements, using a king's actual foot to make a bed for his queen's birthday present.

But the "foot" is not standard as each person involved in making the bed uses his own foot for measurement/5.

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Rolf Myller (–) was a German architect and writer best known for his children's book How Big Is a Foot?, which he also illustrated. Aside from writing for young readers, he also published architectural manuals, puzzle books, and guides to everything from erotic games to restaurants in New York City's Chinatown.4/5(8).

This is a simple worksheet for students to complete in groups as part of a measurement unit. Read the story How Big is a Foot to the students then give them construction paper and have them trace their partner's foot. After tracing each other's feet students then cut out the foot and use it to measure items and fill out the worksheet.4/5(1).

How Big is a Foot by Rolf Myller (New York: Random House Children’s Books, ) Tall and Small: A Book about Height by Kate Gilbert Phifer (New York: Walker & Co., ) Length by Henry Arthur Pluckrose (Chicago, IL: Children’s Press, ) Size by Henry Arthur Pluckrose (Chicago, IL: Children’s Press, ).

Use the book as a model to cut out "clown feet" and "red feet" from oak tag. Make the clown feet about 11 inches long and the red feet about 3 inches long. Make enough feet for each pair of students in class.

This will give students both large and small feet to experiment with. "How Big is a Foot?" (3rd Grade) Useful Lesson Planning Resources. Sitemap. Unit Plans for Data & Measurement‎ > ‎ "How Big is a Foot" (2nd Grade) Nonstandard Measurement & Data Analysis Unit "How Big is a Foot?" Lesson Plan for Day 1.

Sounds like a great day to sit down with a fun book and start a somewhat more controlled activity, maybe even one that involves math. Reading How Big is a Foot. for math beyond the regular curriculum How Big is a Foot.

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by Rolf Myller is one of the cutest books I have seen. With simple illustrations and large, easy-to-read text, this is the. Free-verse text describes the transition from day to night and from night to day, revealing the magic in these everyday moments.

Amy and Tim go to the country for a few weeks. Dad loves the peace and quiet. But Tim is spooked because he thinks the house is full of scary noises. Incredibly rich and. Explore the need for a standard unit of measure.

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's intended for young children, and it seeks to convey the concept of opposites through depictions of different kinds of feet.

The text of The Foot Book is highly stylized. containing the rhymes, repetitions, and cadences typical of Dr. Seuss's g this book will teach the reader that you should not judge any one because of Author: Ted Geisel. out of 5 stars How Big Is a Foot Reviewed in Canada on Ap I read How Big Is a Foot to children that are in the third grade and found that it is not really designed for them/5().

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by Rolf Myller, pre-cut footprints (king x 18, apprentice x 18) _____ After listening to the story complete the following task: 1. Place the king’s footprints end to end on the floor to make a bed that is 6 footprints long and 3 footprints wide. Next, place the apprentice’s footprints end to end on.

How Big is a Foot. by Rolf Myller. Once upon a time a king decided to give his wife a bed for her birthday. The queen did not have a bed because at that time beds had not been invented. The Chief Carpenter’s apprentice was ordered to make a bed that was 6 feet long and 3 feet wide.

However, the bed he made was much too small. An educational video for kids. This video clip provides a read aloud narration of the book How Big is a Foot.

In the story the King wants to give the Queen something special for her birthday. The Queen has everything, everything except a bed. The trouble is that no one in the Kingdom knows the answer to a very important question: How Big is a Bed, because beds at the time had not.

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The book How Big is a Foot by Rolf Myler is a good one on non-standard measurement and how we need to be sure the foot we use to measure is the same size each time. Dorothy I saw an idea on a video for in-servicing teachers. The Big Book of Feet can be used as a reference when sewing with the feet you own.

It can also be a resource when struggling with a particular technique. The answer to success may be a using different foot or adjusting the machine settings.

The presser feet and accessories are organized numerically with indexed techniques for easy-to-find. Peep and the Big Wide World: Peep Plants a Seed - Duration: Peep and the Big Wide World Recommended for you.

Read How Big is a Foot. Stopping on page 19 after –“He thought and he thought and he thought.” 5. Using the information the students gained from completing the worksheet and reading the book work as a class to compose a letter on chart paper telling the apprentice how he can make a bed the right size.

How Big is a Foot. by Rolf Myller ; Large black construction paper ; A stack of 3 x 3 Post-it® Note-sized templates for each group of 4 students; A stack of 1 x 2 Post-it® Note-sized templates for each group of 4 students; Objects that can be used to measure (two sided chips, pieces of string, connected cubes) Postcard handout; Cut the paper.

Introducing measurement can be as simple as reading a book and then using measurement tools to understand how big a foot really is. The class reads and discusses the book How Big is a Foot. by Rolf Myller, stopping often to consider the.

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Part of the fun is talking about how the author/illustrator can fit the two-foot tongue of a giant anteater on the pages of the book. This is a beautiful and engaging introduction to the idea of relative size. (Ages ).People who claim to have seen it describe Bigfoot as large, muscular, bipedal ape-like creatures, roughly 6–9 feet (– m) tall, covered in hair described as black, dark brown, or dark reddish.

The enormous footprints for which the creatures are named are claimed to be as large as 24 inches (60 cm) long and 8 inches (20 cm) wide.