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Free Measurement Worksheets

Measurement worksheets are a great tool for kids of any age or grade level. Starting off at a preschool level and advancing to a fifth grade level, there are measuring worksheets that can meet your child's individual needs. The worksheets on measurement have subjects ranging from measuring with a ruler, to measurement by weight, to conversions, and everything in between. Your child can get the right support for learning the concept of measurement.

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I think you're going to need a bigger ruler! Your child doesn't have to measure any actual creatures, but he will rank these sharks from longest to shortest
Measurement
Kindergarten
Rapunzel is famous for her never-ending hair! Your child can practice basic measurements with a ruler by measuring how far down the tower her hair goes.
Measurement
First Grade
Give your budding chemist the facts and practice she needs for measuring with graduated cylinders.
Measurement
Fourth Grade
From reading a calendar to using a ruler, this measurement review quiz covers a variety of second grade measurement topics.
Measurement
Second Grade
This silly witch knows how to make witches brew, but she doesn't know how to use fractions to make smaller portions!
Measurement
Fifth Grade
Count Calloway is having trouble with his dungeon remodel, and he desperately needs some help from a measuring master.
Measurement
Fifth Grade
On this second grade math worksheet, you and your child use a measuring tape to measure body parts such as her hand, arm, head, and face.
Measurement
Second Grade
Do you know the x-axis from the y-axis? Get x and y coordinate practice by ranking towns according to their population and finding their location on the graph.
Measurement
Second Grade
Prepare for an upcoming measurement quiz with this handy review sheet that covers topics from using a ruler to converting quarts to cups.
Measurement
Second Grade
Find out the lengths of the forks and spoons on the page before measuring the forks and spoons in your own kitchen. Which utensil is the longest?
Measurement
Second Grade
Young kids can practice irregular measurement with the help of Mr. and Mrs. Giant from Jack and the Beanstalk.
Measurement
First Grade
Take measurement learning to the next level with this color and compare worksheet where your child will compare and order objects based on relative weight.
Measurement
Kindergarten
Give your child's logical reasoning skills a boost with this worksheet that asks him to put each group in order from lightest to heaviest.
Measurement
First Grade
Practice measuring with your very own paper ruler! What's on the measuring agenda for today? A nifty purple hammer and a blue nail, of course.
Measurement
First Grade
Henry went trick-or-treating all over the neighborhood Halloween night. Can you help him figure out his timeline?
Measurement
Fifth Grade

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