Measurement Worksheets

Measurement is one of the most practical math concepts that kids will learn, with lots of real-life applications. Our worksheets cover some of the most common applications, including measurement with a ruler, measurement by weight, and unit conversions. These worksheets can help support learning with guided measurement practice. For more general practice opportunities, browse all of our math worksheets.
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How Many Days Have Passed? How Many Days Have Passed? How many days have gone by? Do you know what "the next day" or "a week later" means?
Color & Compare: Ordering Weight Color & Compare: Ordering Weight Take measurement learning to the next level with this color and compare worksheet where your child will decide the order of the objects from lightest to heaviest.
Think & Measure #4 Think & Measure #4 Practice measuring with your very own paper ruler!
Halloween Timeline Halloween Timeline Henry went trick-or-treating all over the neighborhood Halloween night.
Telling Time: Corn Maze Telling Time: Corn Maze Rose entered a creepy corn maze at 11:30 a.m., but at what time did she finally escape its leafy clutches?
Costume Time Costume Time Trying on costumes can take time -- especially if you're after the perfect one.
Measurement Mania: Time to Review Measurement Mania: Time to Review Prepare for an upcoming measurement quiz with this handy review sheet that covers topics from using a ruler to converting quarts to cups.
Metric Measuring Metric Measuring Introduce your fifth grader to the metric system with this Halloween-themed worksheet full of tricky measurement conversions.
More or Less? Party Favors More or Less? Party Favors Are there more cupcakes than noise makers? This cute counting page asks your child to recognize more or less values between groups of birthday party objects.
Measurement Mania #7: Practice Reading Distances Measurement Mania #7: Practice Reading Distances With the help of this colorful worksheet, your third grader gains insight into units of measurement and reading distances.
More or Less School Supplies More or Less School Supplies Along with numbers and counting there are a few things your child will want when he goes to school.
Units of Measurement: Length Units of Measurement: Length Decide what unit (inches, feet, yards or miles) to use to measure different things.
Measure & Draw #4 Measure & Draw #4 Your child will inch her way across this worksheet, literally!
Measure & Draw #5 Measure & Draw #5 This page challenges your child to read and use a ruler.
Which is Heavier? Which is Heavier? Give your first grader's logical reasoning skills a boost with this worksheet that challenges him to put each group of animals or objects in order from lightest to heaviest.
My Measurements My Measurements This second grade math worksheet not only helps kids practice measuring, but also gives them new details about themselves!
Measurement is one of the most practical math concepts that kids will learn, with lots of real-life applications. Our worksheets cover some of the most common applications, including measurement with a ruler, measurement by weight, and unit conversions. These worksheets can help support learning with guided measurement practice. For more general practice opportunities, browse all of our math worksheets.

More Measurement Practice

Download and print these measurement worksheets to provide real-world examples and practice opportunities for kids in a wide variety of elementary grades. For more hands-on activities for honing measurement skills, try these ideas:

  • When at the grocery store, weigh fruit with your child and compare numbers. Was he surprised to see that an item was heavier or lighter?
  • Measure the height of everyone in your family. How much taller are you than your child?
  • Bake a cake and let your child measure the ingredients himself. For kids in the older elementary grades, double or triple a recipe to introduce the concept of proportion and gain experience with fractions. For more practice with this skill, download some of our fractions worksheets.
  • Break out the paper and markers and draft a blueprint of a fun play space, such as a tree house or a life size doll house. How many square feet would the tree house be?