# Measurement Worksheets

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Make it Shorter!
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Make it Shorter!
Learners practice comparing size and working with measurement in this art-meets-math worksheet.
Preschool
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More or Less?
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More or Less?
Need a way to practice your kid's knowledge of shapes and units of measurement? This printable will get them laughing as they show off how much they know.
Math
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Kilograms to Pounds
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Kilograms to Pounds
Learn all about how to convert kilograms to pounds in this weight conversion worksheet.
Science
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Measurement Assessment
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Measurement Assessment
How do your first graders' measuring skills measure up? Use this activity to assess your students’ measurement abilities by having them use rulers to measure pictures and answer questions.
Math
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Comparing: Short vs. Tall
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Comparing: Short vs. Tall
Teach your preschooler about object properties by encouraging him to figure out which thing is shorter and which is taller in each pair of objects.
Preschool
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Vocabulary Cards: Exploring Nonstandard Units of Length
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Vocabulary Cards: Exploring Nonstandard Units of Length
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Exploring Nonstandard Units of Length.
Math
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Centimeters to Inches
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Centimeters to Inches
Learn all about how to convert centimeters to inches in this practice worksheet.
Science
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Bigger or Smaller? Toys
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Bigger or Smaller? Toys
Have your preschooler choose which toy is bigger or smaller in this worksheet. These exercises help children build early math and comparison skills.
Preschool
Math
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Classroom Problems
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Classroom Problems
Students practice evaluating the measurement of a familiar objects like a pencil, book, poster, crayon, paper, and scissors - no ruler needed!
Math
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How Tall Are They: Coins!
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How Tall Are They: Coins!
Your child will practice measuring and writing numbers, counting and identifying money by coins on this worksheet for preschool math.
Math
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Bigger or Smaller? Shapes
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Bigger or Smaller? Shapes
Get your preschooler to show you which shape is bigger or smaller. Help your child build math and comparison skills with this worksheet.
Preschool
Math
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Determining Relative Volume
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Determining Relative Volume
Help your child practice his skills in spatial perception with this printable worksheet, which asks him to measure the potential volume of common items.
Math
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Creepy Cobwebs Word Problems
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Creepy Cobwebs Word Problems
Sandy's barn is full of creepy cobwebs and spooky spiders. She tries to avoid going inside -- she hates spiders -- but tonight she has to.
Math
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Estimate and Measure
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Estimate and Measure
Bring an everyday skill to the table by helping your child try and "eyeball" a measurement for each item in inches and centimeters.
Math
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How to Measure: Food
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How to Measure: Food
Cut out a colorful ruler and measure food items to practice an essential 2nd grade skill.
Math
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Measuring Chairs
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Measuring Chairs
Big chair, small chair, long chair, tall chair! Ask your students to measure and record yard height of the different types of chairs.
Math
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Make It Taller!
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Make It Taller!
Learners practice comparing size and working with measurement in this art-meets-math worksheet.
Preschool
Math
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Think and Measure #2
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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?
Math
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How Long Is Rapunzel's Hair?
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How Long Is Rapunzel's Hair?
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.
Math
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Measurement Mania #9: Jump!
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Measurement Mania #9: Jump!
This cute printable challenges your third grader to practice identifying on a ruler the different heights that each of the critters can jump.
Math
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Airport Schedule
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Airport Schedule
Practice your chart-reading skills with this real-world example: a hectic airport early in the morning!
Math
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How to Measure: Cowboy
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How to Measure: Cowboy
Cut out a colorful ruler and start practicing measuring with this cowboy picture.
Math
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Glossary: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data
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Glossary: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data.
Math
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Metric Math: Bobbing for Apples
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Metric Math: Bobbing for Apples
Take a dive into a barrel of fall fun as you let your fifth grader get some valuable metric system practice.
Math
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Measuring Inches
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Measuring Inches
Master measuring with a ruler using this straightforward pracic sheet! Help your child understand how to read a ruler to measure inches with accuracy.
Kindergarten
Math
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### Measurement Worksheets

Our measurement worksheets educate and amuse kids of all ages with a plethora of interactive activities, from comparing the sizes of different objects to understanding how much liquid is in a pint versus a gallon. Whether it’s first graders learning the difference between inches, feet, and yards, or fifth graders figuring out how to calculate the volume of geometric shapes, our measurement worksheets are an invaluable tool to add to your child’s educational toolbox.

### 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?