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Fitted wardrobes built into loft conversion. Storage drawer units shaker style doors and drawers. Pull out hanging rails.

ideas for the back of our new van

### Building a Victorian alcove cupboard (part 1

DIY alcove cupboard first coat of paint

Customary Measurement Conversions Battleship Cards make solving multi-step word problems with CUSTOMARY conversions fun! Included are 24 challenging multi-step word problem cards and a single-player battleship board for students to solve as they work their way through each problem.

Kitchen-under-the-window type layout, nice seating arrangement (even with the sliding door closed) and still a foot or two of footspace behind the seats once the bed's made up. Obviously only a 3/4 width bed though. Could do away with the full-height unit next to the sink/hob and have a slightly bigger sofa/ella's side of the bed :)

### Metric Conversion Visual Aid (King Henry)

-Visual aid for students who may have trouble remembering the order of metric units.-Uses the sentence "King Henry doesn't usually drink chocolate milk" with corresponding units-Helps students successfully convert metric units-Reminds students when to multiply by powers of ten and when to divide. Be sure to follow me at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Lisas-Learning-Shop

Here's a simple printable to help students convert between different units of measurement in the metric system.

One of the best i've seen. Very simple but great use of space

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Customary Units of Length - When measuring length in the customary system the common units used are inches, feet, yards, and miles. Units of length measure height, width, length, depth, and distance. http://www.ustudyhall.com/page/8th_Grade_-_Customary_Units_of_Measure

### Metric Measurement Conversions: Metric Conversions Games {4.MD.1}

Metric Conversions Bump Games contains 9 different games to help students practice converting units of length, mass, and capacity in the metric system from larger units to smaller units. The metric measurement units covered are kilometers, meters, centimeters, millimeters, kilograms, grams, milligrams, liters, and milliliters. These metric measurement bump games work great in small groups, as center activities, or even as informal assessments!

This review game is a fun way for students to practice converting units of time, metric length, and customary length. Enjoy!