I came across this interactive website and fell in love with all the great options it has for teaching/discussing measurement.
Above is the the main menu. As you can see, you can choose from length, mass, and capacity. There are a variety of interactive modules to choose from including supporting worksheets that you can customize and print. You have the option of changing the scaling for each module. I love this...so great for teaching the different increments that measurement tools have! I also really like the hide/reveal doors for displaying the correct value of measurement. I could see this website being projected to the whole class or used in small group setting with my PC.
The second website I discovered will come in handy when working with triple beam balances during science. This website walks students through using a triple beam balance beginning with its parts. It
is very interactive and well laid out! Check it out! I know I'll be referring to this website often throughout the school year.
Hopefully you science teachers (and even math teachers) will find these two websites useful! Have a great weekend everyone!