Harry Potter and the Conversion of Units

A student asked me to do a resource involving Harry Potter; we are doing unit conversion soon so this is what occurred. There are two tasks, one converting metric units (including a challenge involving areas and volumes) and a second converting between metric and imperial. I downloaded a font from dafont.com for free so if you want to edit the worksheets (I have included the Word versions so you can do so) you will have to download the font too.

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  • Harry-Potter-and-the-Conversion-of-Units---Part-2.pdf
  • Harry-Potter-and-the-Conversion-of-Units---Part-1---Answers.docx
  • Harry-Potter-and-the-Conversion-of-Units---Part-1---Answers.pdf
  • Harry-Potter-and-the-Conversion-of-Units---Part-1.docx
  • Harry-Potter-and-the-Conversion-of-Units---Part-1.pdf
  • Harry-Potter-and-the-Conversion-of-Units---Part-2---Answers.docx
  • Harry-Potter-and-the-Conversion-of-Units---Part-2---Answers.pdf
  • Harry-Potter-and-the-Conversion-of-Units---Part-2.docx

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Created: May 13, 2018

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Harry-Potter-and-the-Conversion-of-Units---Part-2

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Harry-Potter-and-the-Conversion-of-Units---Part-1---Answers

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