Measurement Worksheets

Our measurement worksheets cover topics including measurement with a ruler, measurement by weight, unit conversions, and everything in between. Give your child the right support for learning about measurement. Find other engaging worksheets on our website!
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Rapunzel Braid Measurement Rapunzel Braid Measurement Rapunzel is locked in a tower with nothing to do but play with her hair.
Teach your preschooler the months of the year with calendar pages he can color and date himself.
Create a Calendar Teach your preschooler the months of the year with calendar pages he can color and date himself.
Convert Yards to Miles Convert Yards to Miles How many feet are in a mile? How many yards are in a mile?
Recipes with fractions are great for kids learning this important math skill. Cooking helps teach kids practical applications for math, and will help them attain fluency with fractions. Not only that, but cooking is fun! You and your child can mix things up in the kitchen with this fun fraction series. Practice pairing down recipes, using real recipes from our Activities section of the site.
Recipes with Fractions Recipes with fractions are great for kids learning this important math skill.
Winter Temperatures Winter Temperatures Your meteorologist in the making will investigate changes in temperature as she practices charting and graphing data.
Compare Sizes: Fruit Compare Sizes: Fruit How big is each piece of fruit? Help your child learn about measuring sizes, small, medium and large, with this fun worksheet!
In second grade, your child will spend a lot of time measuring with a ruler and using measurements in math problems. It's a good idea to help your child learn how to measure, to make sure she's got it down before adding math to the mix. These artistic worksheets lend a lighthearted twist to measuring practice, and when your child is done, she can have some fun coloring them in!
Learn How to Measure (The Fun Way!) In second grade, your child will spend a lot of time measuring with a ruler and using measurements in math problems. It's a good idea to help your child learn how to measure, to make sure she's got it down before adding math to the mix.
What is Height? What is Height? What is height? Teach your little math whiz about how we measure height with this beginner's worksheet.
Measuring Scavenger Hunt Measuring Scavenger Hunt Can you use this ruler to go on a measuring scavenger hunt?
Metric Conversion Metric Conversion Master measurement with a metric conversion table!
Comparing Weights Comparing Weights Do you know how much you weigh? Introduce your kindergartener to the concept of measurement by weight with this fun comparison worksheet.
Measuring Fruit Measuring Fruit How big is your favorite fruit? Introduce your kindergartener to the concept of measurement by size with this fun, fruity worksheet.
Temperature Conversion Formulas Temperature Conversion Formulas Help your child grasp the concept of Fahrenheit versus Celsius with these easy-to-learn conversion formulas.
Introduce your first grader to graphing and bar graphs with these worksheets that are all about ice cream!
Bar Graph Worksheets Introduce your first grader to graphing and bar graphs with these worksheets that are all about ice cream!
Converting Units of Measurement Converting Units of Measurement Practice converting units of measurement in this all-in-one unit conversion worksheet.
Area for Kids Area for Kids How big is your hand? Here's a fun activity to help kids learn the concept of area.
Our measurement worksheets cover topics including measurement with a ruler, measurement by weight, unit conversions, and everything in between. Give your child the right support for learning about measurement. Find other engaging worksheets on our website!

More Measurement Practice

Find measurement worksheets for various grades above. At home, try some other activities to work on this skill with your child.

  • Weigh fruit at the grocery store to compare numbers.
  • Measure the height of everyone in your family.
  • Bake a cake and let your child measure the ingredients himself.