Just like people, pencils come in all shapes and sizes. Ask your students to measure the pencils, then calculate the difference in their measurements.
In everyday life we measure all sorts of things! Practice measuring length in centimeters with this colorful worksheet.
Straighten out your drawing skills with a fun ruler worksheet! Practice using the ruler to draw straight lines, create patterns, or make shapes.
Rapunzel is famous for her never-ending hair! Your child can practice basic measurements with a ruler by measuring how far down the tower her hair goes.
How far have Jack and his friends climbed up the beanstalk? Cut out the ruler and practice measuring in this fun worksheet!
On this hands-on second grade math worksheet, kids measure the length and width of their hand and the length of their fingers to the nearest inch or half inch.
Students practice evaluating the measurement of a familiar objects like a pencil, book, poster, crayon, paper, and scissors - no ruler needed!
Practice measurement with this colorful worksheet. Students will first make an estimation, and then measure with a ruler.
Practice measuring in centimeters with this beginner's worksheet! Kids can use the cut-out ruler to measure each item in centimeters.