Measuring Weight Worksheets
Knowing how to read weighing scales or being able to measure weights is an indispensable skill that we all must possess. Our free worksheets on measuring weight ensure to develop and build up this skill in students by including a variety of exercises for extended learning and engagement. Students will get to practice reading weighing scales, drawing pointers on a scale to indicate the weight of the object, measuring weight using a balance scale and calculating the unknown weight of a given item in both customary and metric units of weight.
Our bunch of pdf worksheets is designed for students of grade 2, grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5.
CCSS: 3.MD, 4.MD
Let's get the children familiarized with reading weighing scales in Customary Units of pounds and ounces with these printable worksheets.
Make the best of these pdf worksheets to have students of grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4 practice measuring and reading weights on a scale in the metric units of grams and kilograms.
Here comes an interesting printable exercise in which students are required to draw a pointer on each of the given scales to indicate the weight of the object shown. The weights are given in the customary units of ounces and pounds.
Shown in this free worksheet is an object on a weighing scale with its weight displayed on it. Students are expected to draw a pointer on the scale to indicate the mentioned weight. This can be some fun, and some good practice combined!
Measuring weight using a balance scale requires, as the name suggests balance or equal weight on both sides. Make use of our pdf worksheets for students of grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5 to understand and practice this further.
Practice calculating unknown weight in metric units of grams and kilograms using balance scales with this set of printable worksheets for third grade and fourth grade students.
In this pdf worksheet, students gain a thorough practice in calculating the weight of each item in a set in pounds and ounces. This exercise can serve as a good review of converting large units into smaller units of equal weight.
How much would each teacup weigh if a set of six teacups equals the weight of a book that is 700 grams? A simple division indeed it is! Calculate the weight of each given item in metric units of grams and kilograms in this pdf worksheet that is available free for download or print.