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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Metric System Majority Metric System Majority What's the difference between a liter and an ounce?
From Time to Time: Converting to Hours, Days, and Weeks From Time to Time: Converting to Hours, Days, and Weeks Boost your child's time sense with a lesson in time conversion.
More or Less Shapes More or Less Shapes Are there more green cubes than blue cubes?
Color and Estimate Pounds Color and Estimate Pounds Looking for a way to teach your kids about weight?
Equivalent Measurements Equivalent Measurements Kids put all their measurement knowledge to work as they brainstorm and draw objects that have an equivalent measurement to a cup, pound, foot, and more!
Comparing Quantity and Size Comparing Quantity and Size Make math learning fun by adding some creativity to the mix.
Bigger or Smaller? Toys Bigger or Smaller? Toys These Bigger or Smaller? worksheets for preschoolers lay the groundwork for measurement and math.
How Long? How Long? This worksheet is great measurement practice and will help your mini mathematician build his counting skills too!
Bigger or Smaller? Sports Balls Bigger or Smaller? Sports Balls These Bigger or Smaller? worksheets for preschoolers lay the groundwork for measurement and math.
Measurement Practice: Centimeters Measurement Practice: Centimeters Get some sensational centimeter practice with this measurement worksheet.
How Much is One Liter? How Much is One Liter? Practice measuring concepts and work on building your comparison skills with this fun worksheet that's all about liters!
Measure and Compare! Measure and Compare! Review some of the measurement concepts you've learned with this worksheet that will keep you measuring and help you build your comparison skills.
Measurement Mania: Centimeters & Inches Measurement Mania: Centimeters & Inches How long? Teach your second grader how to use a ruler by measuring pencils in centimeters and inches.
Measurement Mania: Pounds Measurement Mania: Pounds Get your second grader acquainted with pounds, a unit of weight, with this estimation worksheet.
How Much Time Has Passed? How Much Time Has Passed? Marla the ghost is traveling through the cemetery, and she might be there for a while.
Think and Measure #2 Think and Measure #2 Cut out this handy ruler and start measuring!
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?