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1st Grade Measurement Worksheets

Teach your students how to tell time using an analog or digital clock. Also these worksheets will give your students practice at using, adding, and subtracting different measurements.
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  • Reading a Calendar

    Reading a calendar is an important life skill for all children. In this exercise, students read the monthly calendars to determine the month, day, and date.

  • Real-Life Problems: Use the Picture

    Use the pictures to solve the real-life problems in this printable math worksheet by telling time, counting by 2s, subtracting, identifying shapes, and determining what's even or odd.

  • Telling Time: Clock Faces I

    Students tell the time by reading the clock faces on this printable math worksheet. Explain to children that when the hour hand points exactly to an hour, the minute hand should point exactly to 12 on the clock face.

  • Telling Time: Clock Faces II

    Using clock faces as a guide, students write the time to the hour and half hour. Then, given a time they must draw the clock's hands. Make sure they understand the meaning of the long hand and short hand for this worksheet.

  • Telling Time: Clock Faces III

    Using clock faces as a guide, students write the time to the hour and half hour. Then, given a time they must draw the clock's hands. Make sure they understand the meaning of the long hand and short hand for this worksheet.

  • Telling Time: Clocks and Watches

    Tell time to the hour and half hour on clocks and watches by reading clock hands and digital faces.

  • Telling Time: Digital Clocks

    An exercise in reading digital clocks is covered in this printable math worksheet. Given a numbered time to the hour or half-hour, students must read and write out the time.

  • Appropriate Units of Measure

    Given several units of measure, children must determine which unit is appropriate to measure each object. Inches, miles, ounces, pounds, and quarts are some of the units of measure included in this printable math worksheet.

  • Calendar and Time Measurement

    Review the order of calendar months, how many days are in each month, and other units of time measurement with this worksheet.

  • Comparing Size, Shape, and Weight

    Introduce comparative terms – such as heavier, lighter, bigger, smaller, longer, and shorter – in this math worksheet. When given two objects to compare, students determine the size relationship.

  • Estimating Length

    Using the U.S. customary system's unit of inches, students estimate the measurement of various objects. They must also compare a set of curved lines by sight to determine the longest and shortest lengths.

  • Match the Times

    Students match each clock with the correct written time. This worksheet gives students practice telling time from digital clocks and clock faces.

  • Metric Measurement Problems

    Using the metric system and various rulers, students write the measurements shown by the arrows.

  • Ordering Days and Seasons

    Basic reading and ordering skills are utilized in this printable math worksheet; students write the days of the week in order and determine which day was yesterday and which is tomorrow. Then, using reasoning about dressing for the weather, children match each picture with the appropriate season.

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