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Measurement Activities For Kids

These fun measurement activities and games for kids make measuring as simple as possible. With measurement projects like foot fun and go on a nature hunt, printable measurement games become an interactive and enjoyable process. These measurement projects can even get yummy when you play the games that use marshmallows and gummy bears as measurement tools!

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This Mother's Day, help your child practice math measurement skills with this 'mom' recipe card.
Measurement
Second Grade
Have your child observe, measure and record the amount of space objects occupy, and you'll have an inside space explorer on your hands in no time!
Measurement
Fifth Grade
How much does 100 weigh? Play this fun guessing game with your child to commemorate the 100th day of school.
Measurement
Fourth Grade
By using your child's own activity schedule, you can strengthen his understanding of elapsed time, and get him organized along the way!
Measurement
Fifth Grade
Enhance fourth-grade measurement making skills and social studies learning with this stitching project.
Measurement
Fourth Grade
Put a fresh spin on dessert by making traditional French crepes, delicious and easier to make than one might think!
Measurement
Middle School
Your child can make a homemade find-a-word game personalized for the Christmas holidays and family.
Measurement
Middle School
Little hands and feet can be a big help when learning how to measure! In this activity your preschooler will practice using a ruler and writing numbers.
Measurement
Preschool
Invite your kindergartener to explore the bright new world of measurement by starting out with nonstandard (and tasty!) units, such as gummy bears or worms.
Measurement
Kindergarten
These DIY star garlands will add the perfect patriotic touch to your home this 4th of July!
Measurement
Third Grade
Spice up your Easter routine this year by making these stunningly sparkly eggs with your third grader. This is a great activity to do to celebrate the holiday.
Measurement
Third Grade
Here's a hands-on activity you can do with your fourth-grader to practice measurement and directly apply the concept of area.
Measurement
Fourth Grade
How many steps long is the hallway? Kids put their graph-making skills to work as they make a step map of their own house.
Measurement
First Grade
Getting distance and direction across to fourth graders sure can be tricky! Get your child to practice this skill all summer long.
Measurement
Fourth Grade

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