**Yesterday, students learned about circles! They learned how to measure radius, diameter, and circumference. However, most students did not follow all instructions. Students should physically measure the circumference of all their circles and then confirm this with a calculation. Please note, they will not be exact but should be very close in number. I must be able to see evidence of this in the image you upload. For example, a physical measurement and your actual calculation. Answers don't show your learning. SHOW AND DISPLAY YOUR LEARNING!**

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**LEARNING INTENTION**: I can describe the relationship between measuring the circumference and calculating it.

**SUCCESS CRITERIA**:

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2.) Describe how to measure circumference.

3.) Describe how to calculate circumference.

4.) Explain both methods and what you notice when you do both.

**VIDEO LINKS**:

Measuring Circumference