# Measuring Length Worksheets

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Our measuring length worksheets with answer keys include exercises for kids to use non-standard objects like blocks and paper clips to measure objects, and read rulers to find the length of line segments, solve word problems involving adding and subtracting lengths, and much more! Embark on your learning journey with our free worksheets!

Measuring Objects with Paper Clips

The paper clips are laid along the object's edge, get kids in grade 1 and grade 2 to count how many clips it takes to cover it entirely and record the number of paper clips to measure each object.

The blocks are placed next to the objects or above, count the number of blocks used and record this information in these measuring length worksheets.

Task kids with reading rulers to measure lengths accurately. First, they identify the units, align the start of the object with the zero mark, and count the units to determine the length.

Measuring Objects Using Rulers

From hammers and darts to pens and leaves, these printables offer kids a chance to measure the length of various objects to the nearest centimeter or inch using a ruler.

Reading Rulers in Centimeters and Millimeters

Each length worksheet encompasses 6 rulers, and kids are expected to read the whole number of centimeters and count the millimeter increments to determine the precise measurement.

Let's read rulers to measure objects, express the length in whole, half, quarter, or three-quarters of an inch, and introduce fractions in a practical context for 3rd grade and 4th grade children.

Measuring and Comparing Lengths

Measure the lengths of three items, compare their sizes, and answer questions describing them as “longer”, “shorter”, or “the same length as” in each pdf in this set.

Measuring and Drawing Line Segments with Rulers

Children get hands-on experience measuring line segments using a ruler and drawing line segments of specified lengths, honing practical measurement skills.

Measuring Objects Using a Tape

Measure the length of each object using the tape, assuming that the tape starts at 0 cm/inches, and apply your measuring skills to a real-life situation too.

Determine the most appropriate unit to measure each object, sort the objects based on the units they take, and choose apt units to complete each scenario in these measuring length worksheets.