Estimation for Kids
Size up these barn animals with your little farmer. Help him learn to eyeball things by using his knowledge of how long an inch is.
We make "guesstimations" all the time in everyday activities, from shopping to cooking. Help your child make estimations with measurements.
Master measurement with a fun estimation activity! Help your child practice "eyeballing" these measurements in inches and centimeters.
On the road to advanced math, make a stop at estimation station! This worksheet will help your child practice making "guesstimations" about length.
Think and Measure #2
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?
Using a Ruler
You can estimate how long your pencil is, but you won't know for sure without a ruler. Cut out the ruler on this worksheet and get measuring!
Estimation is an important part of math and science. Practice estimating length by using your best guess!
Is a giraffe more likely to be 15 feet tall or 25 inches tall? You probably don't need to get out your ruler to get to the correct answer. Assess student understanding of inches, centimeters, feet, and meters with this estimation check-in.