# Measuring Weight Worksheets

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Our measuring weight worksheets available in customary and metric units encompass diverse exercises, including reading weighing scales, drawing pointers on a scale, Comparing Weights, measuring weight using a balance scale or pan scale, and word problems providing a hands-on learning experience for kids. Use our PDF worksheets with answer keys as a tool for instant review. Try our free worksheets to kick-start your practice!

Reading Weighing Scales | Pounds and Ounces

What is the weight of a jar of jellybeans? How much does your football weigh? These printables get kids reading weighing scales in customary units to the nearest pounds and ounces.

Reading Weighing Scales | Kilograms and Grams

Children make the most of these reading weighing scales worksheets and practice measuring and reading weight to the nearest grams and kilograms.

Drawing Pointers on Weighing Scales | Customary Units

Here’s a fun exercise for kids, where they are expected to draw a pointer on the scale to indicate the object’s weight.

Drawing Pointers on Weighing Scales | Metric Units

Think you have mastered drawing pointers? Try doing the same with metric units in these weight worksheets for grade 2 and grade 3.

Measuring Weight Using Balance Scales | Pounds and Ounces

Add the weights of the objects or subtract the weight from the total weight, balance the scales, and find the unknown weight in these balance scale worksheets.

Measuring Weight Using Balance Scales | Kilograms and Grams

Practice calculating unknown weights in metric units using a third object. Kids learn to balance the scales by adding or subtracting the weights.

Compare the weights of the objects on the two scales and describe the weights using the terms “heavier than”, “lighter than”, or “of the same weight as”.

Measuring Weight Word Problems in Customary Units

Hone your measurement skills with these practice sheets that allow kids to weigh an empty container, fill it, and then weigh it again to find the difference.

Measuring Weight Word Problems in Metric Units

Packed in our measuring weight word problems are real-world scenarios where kids subtract the weight of the empty container from the filled one to find the weight.

Determining the Weight of a Single Item | Customary Units

Direct kids in 4th grade and 5th grade to use the weight of the reference object to calculate the weight of each item in pounds and ounces.

Finding the Weight of a Single Item | Metric Units

Correlate the weight of individual items with a reference object, and figure out the weight of each given item in measuring weight worksheets.