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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Length and Width: Measure Vehicles Length and Width: Measure Vehicles Your little guy will surely enjoy cutting out the inch ruler and measuring the length of each colorful vehicle!
Measuring Worms Measuring Worms If you want to get your kindergartener excited about measurement, try measuring worms!
Measuring Bug: Inches Measuring Bug: Inches Practice measuring length in inches with your first grader with this cute buggy worksheet.
Comparing: Heavy vs. Light Comparing: Heavy vs. Light Is a bicycle heavier or lighter than a taxi cab?
Units of Measurement: Comparing and Converting Units of Measurement: Comparing and Converting Give your third grader's measurement muscles a workout with this worksheet that's packed with comparison and conversion questions.
Measurement Review Measurement Review See if your child is a measurement master with this review test.
Comparing: Short vs. Tall Comparing: Short vs. Tall If your preschooler has siblings, chances are he's done this comparison on his own already!
Measurement Mania #1: Baking Measurement Mania #1: Baking Get your child to practice with an important third grade skill: changing units of measurement.
Practice Telling Time Practice Telling Time This review sheet is a great way to practice telling time in different ways, from reading a calendar to calculating elapsed time.
Comparing: More vs. Less Comparing: More vs. Less Help your preschooler tackle object comparisons with this simple worksheet that focuses on volume, or how much something can hold.
Is it heavy or not? Help your child get a grasp on weight with these measurement worksheets. Understanding weight differences can help your child estimate and compare objects.
Weight Measurement Practice for Kindergarteners Is it heavy or not? Help your child get a grasp on weight with these measurement worksheets.
Time Flies! Time Flies! If Patricia and Barton eat brunch from 11:00 to 12:30, how long were they eating?
Does your kindergartener measure up? Use these worksheets to help your child become familiar with measuring lengths and heights. Learning how to measure with rulers can help with comparison skills for shapes and sizes down the road.
Measurement Practice for Kindergarten: Size, Length, and Height Does your kindergartener measure up? Use these worksheets to help your child become familiar with measuring lengths and heights.
Length and Width: Measure Space Length and Width: Measure Space Cut out the inch ruler and measure the length and width of the objects related to space.
Ruler Measurements: Measure the Carrots Ruler Measurements: Measure the Carrots Find out how long each carrot is by cutting out the ruler and using it to measure each carrot.
Units of Measurement Practice Test Units of Measurement Practice Test Test your third grader's handle on common units of measurement, from cups and inches to pounds and yards, with this quick practice quiz.
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?