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4th Grade Measurement Worksheets

These measurement worksheets will improve your students' ability to order seats, understand perimeters and areas of shapes, comparing and converting tables and length, and much more.

  • Adding Decimals I

    This worksheet gives students practice adding decimals in money and units of measure through a mix of vertical addition, horizontal addition, and word problems.

  • Adding Decimals II

    Give students more practice adding decimals with money and units of measure.

  • Adding Decimals III

    Use these real-life problems involving money and metric units to give students more practice adding decimals.

  • Adding Decimals IV

    Give students more practice adding decimals with real-life problems involving money and metric units of measure.Some regrouping and measurement conversions are required.

  • Appropriate Units of Measure

    Help your students understand the different units of measure in the U.S. customary system.

  • Area of Rectangles and Squares I

    Students multiply the length and width of each square or rectangle to calculate the area.

  • Area of Rectangles and Squares II

    Review the method for finding the area of squares and rectangles with the practice problems in this geometry worksheet.

  • Column Addition with Five Addends

    Use this activity to help students practice column addition using regrouping and multiple addends. This math worksheet also gives students practice adding money and metric units of measure.

  • Column Addition with Four Addends

    Practice column addition with multiple addends and regrouping.

  • Comparing Areas

    Help students develop a better understanding of measurement by comparing areas of irregular figures.

  • Conversion Tables

    Have students draw tables to convert dollars to cents, weeks to days, and hours to minutes, in this math worksheet.

  • Conversions: Capacity

    Students practice converting units of capacity in the U.S. customary system. Students will use their knowledge of multiplication and division along with the conversion table to convert ounces, cups, pints, quarts, and gallons.

  • Conversions: Length

    Give students practice converting units of length in the U.S. customary system. Students will use their multiplication and division skills along with the conversion table in this worksheet to convert measurements into inches, feet, yards, and miles.

  • Mixed Operations Word Problems II

    To solve each word problem, students must decide which operations to use: addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division.

  • Mixed Operations Word Problems IV

    Students must decide which operation to use to solve these real-life word problems involving units of measure.

  • Mixed Operations Word Problems VI

    Reinforce arithmetic and problem-solving skills with real-life word problems involving units of measure.

  • Ordering Sets of Measures I

    In this math worksheet, students write measures in order from least to greatest. This worksheet includes practice with US customary units and metric units.

  • Ordering Sets of Measures II

    To order sets of measures from least to greatest, students will need to apply their knowledge of the metric system and U.S. customary system.

  • Perimeters of Squares and Rectangles I

    Give students practice finding the perimeter of squares and rectangles, with this geometry worksheet.

  • Perimeters of Squares and Rectangles II

    Review the method for finding the perimeter of squares and rectangles with the practice problems in this geometry worksheet.

  • Reading Timetables

    In this transportation-themed math worksheet, students read across the rows and columns of a timetable to find the answers.

  • Subtracting Decimals II

    Use this worksheet to give students more practice subtracting decimals in money and units of measure.

  • Volumes of Cubes

    Introduce the concept of volume, and give students practice finding volumes of cubes. To find the volume of some of the shapes in this geometry worksheet, students must visualize how many blocks cannot be seen in the model.

  • Word Problems Involving Time I

    Test students' understanding of time with the real-life word problems in this math worksheet.

  • Word Problems Involving Time II

    The word problems in this worksheet give students practice applying multiplication and division skills to real-life situations involving time.

  • Word Problems Involving Time III

    Test students' understanding of time periods with these real-life word problems involving multiple steps and mixed operations in this math worksheet.

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