## Task Teacher Guide

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### Draw a...

*Draw a number line and label it from 0 to 2 like the one below:*

*Where would you place one on this number line?*

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*On the same number line, where would you place one-half?*

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*Where would you place ¼?*

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*...one-eighth?*

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*...6/8?*

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*...three-fourths?*

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*...one and four-eighths?*

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*...eleven-eighths?*

### Draw a...

*Draw a number line and label it from 0 to 1 like the one below:*

*This number line represents 1 metre (to scale).*

*Partition the metre into ***tenths**.

**tenths**.

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*Partition one tenth into tenths. *

*What fractional unit does one partition represent compared to the whole metre?*

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*What fractional unit do you reveal when you partition one hundredth into tenths?*

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*How many metres do you think there are in 1 kilometre?*

### 1. There are a variety of...

*There are a variety of events taking place at the same venue as the Wooly Worm Race. Identify which unit of measure the officials should use to measure the following events (kilometres, metres, decimetres, centimetres or millimetres.).*

*Justify your answer.*

*a) The hare longest jump competition. *

*b) The grasshopper longest jump competition. *

*c) The largest spider web competition. *

*d) The largest acorn competition.*

### 2. Four hares competed in...

*Four hares competed in the longest jump competition. The length of their jumps are recorded in the table below.*

*Order the Hare’s jump lengths in order from greatest to least. Defend your thinking using a model of your choice. *

### 3. A second official decides to...

*A second official decides to verify the length of the jumps by measuring them in centimetres. Will the number of centimetres be greater than or less than the number of metres? Justify your answer. *