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Fast scavenger hunt – the regular laboratory STEM

When it comes to teaching kids linear measurement, this playful, hands-on scavenger hunt is a quick and easy way to make practicing for fun.

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Getting ready

Preparing for this activity was as quick as it gets!

I just printed out the log sheet (below) and reached for our container of building blocks and a stack of forks.

(I used our DUPLOS because they are a bit bigger, but you can swap them out for LEGOS or Unifix cubes instead.)

Measurement scavenger hunt

When the time came, I gave my six-year-old the scavenger hunt and asked her to measure every item on the sheet. She loved the challenge!

She grabbed a shoe first and aligned the stones along the right side. Make sure the bottom of the first stone matches the bottom of the shoe so your measurement is accurate.

One at a time, they measured them first with bricks and then with forks (which turned out to be LOTS of giggles!).

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