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# What is 4 Cubes Long? FREE Math Activity

Check out my students having a blast on a hunt. I challenged them to find things in the classroom that were the length of 4 connecting cubes. They were nuts about finding things! I told them if they found something that was 4 units long, I would take a picture of it. It felt like I was attacked! I heard “Ms. Tobin” every 1 second, but I loved it! Enjoy this free math activity!

## My timer

My timer is one of the most used things in my classroom. Therefore, it was the first find for two students.

## Used crayons

Of course, there are plenty of crayons in the classroom. Consequently, plenty of students used these as one of their finds.

## Calendar Pieces

Above, you can see that pieces from our calendar worked great for their measurement adventure.

## My Coupon for a Book Fair & a Post-it

Students are roaming behind my desk and the whiteboard. I gave them the freedom to grab the stuff they ordinarily weren’t allowed to. Accordingly, it was a hot spot for this free math activity!

## Name Labels and Schedule Board Cards

Here, you can see the name labels on our mailboxes & My Daily 5 schedule board cards. They started to get creative about where they were looking. They were using the mailboxes and the bulletin boards.

## Free Math Activity

Grab this worksheet to do this in your own classroom!

I know, I know! This worksheet is for 3 cubes and my pictures show 4 cubes.

I made the freebie sheet before we did this lesson!

Also, check out this post on Telling Time Activities.

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