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Measurement and Weight
Measurement and Weight
Exercise
Measurement and Weight
Lighten the burden of learning a new skill with this exercise on measurement and weight.
3rd grade
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Systems of Measurement
Systems of Measurement
Exercise
Systems of Measurement
Students will broaden their horizons with this exercise that teaches about different systems of measurement.
4th grade
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Measurement and Graphing 1
Measurement and Graphing 1
Exercise
Measurement and Graphing 1
This exercise will introduce students to the concept of taking measurements and graphing the data.
3rd grade
Exercise
Measurement and Graphing 2
Measurement and Graphing 2
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Measurement and Graphing 2
Teach students how to take measurements and plot them on graphs with this easy to use exercise.
4th grade
Exercise
Measurement and Capacity
Measurement and Capacity
Exercise
Measurement and Capacity
Students will have fun measuring the volume capacity of objects they use on an everyday basis.
3rd grade
Exercise
Measurement and Equivalence
Measurement and Equivalence
Exercise
Measurement and Equivalence
Show students how to measure and find the equivalent in another system with this exercise.
4th grade
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Online Exercises

Measurement is one of the most important skills your child can learn. Help them master the art of measuring with our many measurement exercises. They focus on everything from inches to centimeters to ounces and pounds, and come in formats from straightforward equations to complex word problems. Once they've got the hang of measurement, they can try the next step up: geometry.
Measuring is one of the most common ways that math is used in the real world. How big is the room? How many cups of sugar in the cookie recipe? How many pounds of apples can I afford? Work on all things measurement with our measurement exercises. Though measuring is more of a hands-on activity, we have plenty of word problems and even some creative digital representations of objects. Using mostly their multiplication and estimation skills, your kid will count, weigh, and compare their way to measurement mastery with our online exercises. These exercises meet national standards and are developed by teachers and educators with classroom and curriculum experience, so you don't have to worry that they won't match up with what they are already studying. Once they're done with our measurement section, have them try honing in on specific topics within measurement like area for extra understanding of the subject.