- Adding Measurements
- Appropriate Units of Measure
- Area (Metric)
- Area (U.S. Customary System)
- Comparing Areas
- Comparing Length
- Multiplication and Division Word Problems III
- Multiplication and Division Word Problems IV
- Perimeters of Squares and Rectangles I

Most of the sums in these 2-digit vertical addition problems require regrouping. Units of measure are included in these problems; make sure students include the units of measure in their answers.

Students must determine the best units of measure in the U.S. customary systemâsuch as feet, inches, yards, tons, and poundsâto measure each of the objects in this math worksheet.

Using a grid as a guide, students find the area of rectangles and squares. Then, they write their answers in square centimeters.

Using the U.S. customary system of measurement (square feet), students find the area of squares and rectangles.

Students find the area of each shape in this worksheet by counting the units. Then, they compare the area of each figure to the other to determine which shape has the greatest area.

Students estimate and compare the lengths of several curved and crooked lines to determine which are the longest and shortest.

In this worksheet your students will need to solve word problems by multiplying and dividing different units of measure.

These real-life word problems involving units of measure require children to multiply or divide to find the solutions.

Using the metric system of measurement (centimeters), students find the perimeter of the squares and rectangles.

- Problems Using Time: Analog & Digital Clocks
- Problems Using Time: Digital Clocks
- Reading Timetables
- Rounding Decimals
- Subtracting Measurements
- Telling Time: Analog and Digital Clocks I
- Telling Time: Analog and Digital Clocks II
- Volumes of Cubes
- Which Unit of Measurement?

Using the metric system (centimeters and kilometers) or the U.S. customary system (inches, yards, etc.), students find the perimeters of squares and rectangles in this measurement worksheet.

Using an analog or digital clock face, students answer word problems about the time.

Students practice reading timetables in this math worksheet. These exercises will help children practice both reading and time-telling skills, such as telling when the bus, tram, or trolley will arrive at a particular location.

In this exercise, students must round each monetary amount and unit of measurement to the nearest dollar or meter, respectively.

Most of the 2-digit vertical subtraction problems in this worksheet require regrouping. Units of measure are included in these math problems; ensure children include the units in their answers.

Using digital and analog clocks, students tell the time to the minute. Students can answer the questions in several ways.

Given the time in writing, students draw time on each clock face. They must draw the hands on an analog clock and write the time on a digital clock.

Use this activity to help children find the volume of shapes made of 1 cm3 cubes. Use a visualization strategy to help students seen those blocks that are hidden in each problem.

Children find the volume of shapes made of 1 cm3 cubes. To find the volume of some of the shapes in this worksheet, students will need to visualize how many blocks cannot be seen in the illustrations.