Grab a pencil and show your child just how wide a centimeter measurement is; about the width of a pencil. Then, grab a baseball bat and explain to your child that 1 meter is roughly the entire length of the baseball bat. Now that they have an idea of what length to picture when you say centimeter and meter, you can look through the worksheet. Show your child each object in the exercise, and ask them to check if the object is likely or unlikely to be the length highlighted beside it.
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