# Measurement Conversions Teacher Resources

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**1**-**20**of**180**resourcesFifth graders study measurement conversions in hands-on activities. In this measurement conversions lesson, 5th graders create a KWL chart about measuring liquids. Students participate in hands on activities using liquid measurements. Students create conversion tables and use them to complete the Customary Measurement Conversions.

In this unit of measure conversion worksheet, students solve 16 unit of measure conversion problems, cups to ounces or ounces to cups.

In this measurement conversions worksheet, students study each given measurement and convert the measurements from quarts to pints or pints to quarts. Students solve fifteen measurement problems.

In this measurement conversions worksheet, students practice converting measurements by changing the given measurement from quarts to pints or pints to quarts. Students solve fifteen problems.

In this units of measure conversion instructional activity, students solve 16 problems, converting ounces to cups or cups to ounces as required.

In this units of measure conversion worksheet, students solve 16 problems, converting ounces to cups or cups to ounces as required.

For this units of measure conversion worksheet, students solve 16 problems, converting ounces to cups or cups to ounces as required.

In this units of measure conversion learning exercise, students solve 16 problems, converting ounces to pounds, or pounds to ounces as required.

What to do if there is more than one answer? The final of five lessons explores this with real-world problems that teach how to use operations to convert measurements. A review of the units used for different types of measurement is followed by a discussion about how to know when there is more than one possible answer. Then, diagrams are used to solve a multi-step problem in two different ways.

In this measurement conversions worksheet, 5th graders practice converting measurements by changing the given measurement from quarts to pints or pints to quarts. Students solve 15 problems.

Young scholars, in groups, measure and record each other's height. They identify measurement conversion methods and use online resources to convert measured heights to multiple systems.

Students investigate measurement conversions using a visual demonstration. In this mathematics conversions instructional activity, students create an image of a plastic gallon jug using a paint software program. Students utilize the jug image as a head for a character and complete the image by using pints and quart images for the rest of his body.

Students can use holiday recipes to practice measurement, conversion and other math skills.

Students experiment with liquid measurements using water. They measure liquid ingredients for punch using cups, pints, quarts, etc. and drink their efforts. They take a liquid measurement conversion quiz.

Twelfth graders solve problems involving linear and angular speed. Using information about a compact disc, they solve the problem using multiple rates and conversion factors. Students also solve additional problems involving bicycle wheels.

Students complete problems including volume, ratios, and percents to find out about how engines, pistons, and other parts of vehicles work. In this vehicles lesson plan, students complete math problems and view slides on how different parts of the vehicle work together and answer short answer questions about it.

In this unit of measure conversion worksheet, students solve 16 conversion problems, converting to inches, feet or yards as shown.

In this unit of measure conversion worksheet, students solve a total of 16 conversion problems, changing gallons to quarts or quarts to gallons.

In this unit of measure conversion worksheet, students solve 16 conversion problems, converting from gallons to quarts or quarts to gallons as requested.