Ready for your fifth graders to take their learning of cubic units to the next level? With this worksheet, students will count the stacked centimeter blocks to determine the volume of the solid object.
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.
Get your students excited about measuring with this fun and colorful hands-on activity! Your students will see the difference between centimeters and inches as they use the included ruler to measure a fidget spinner, toy car, and other fun objects.
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?