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#### Units of Measurement

Challenge your second graders with a worksheet on units of measurement! Not only do they put their measurement skills to the test, but kids practice word problem strategies as well. The second part of the resource prompts students to...

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#### Liters and Millilitres

Have your class show what they know about liters and millilitres. This quiz game asks several questions related to converting millilitres to liters and fraction, decimal equivalency. A super fun way to review!

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#### Choose the Units: Quiz

Quiz the class on which unit of measure would be most appropriate when determining the weight, volume, height, or distance of eight different objects. This quiz reviews liters, kilometers, milligrams, and centimeters.

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#### Converting Units

In this converting units worksheet, students solve 10 different problems that include using metric units in each. They complete each listed unit of measurement by converting each to its proper length, capacity, or mass. Students write...

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#### Converting in the Metric System

In this converting in the metric system worksheet, students solve 27 short answer problems. Students convert various metric lengths, volumes, or mass' into other metric measurements such as liters to milliliters.

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#### Writing Meters, Liters and Grams

In this metric system conversion activity, learners are given directions for converting from one metric unit to another by moving the decimal to the left or right the proper number of places. Students convert 36 measurements by moving...

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#### Liters - Reteach

In this liquid measurement worksheet, 2nd graders review the use of liters and milliliters when determining how much a container holds. They fill in a table by writing more than, less than, or about, to tell how much each container would...

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#### Liters

In this liquid measurement instructional activity, 2nd graders estimate how many liters a bucket, a vase, and a waste basket would hold. They measure the actual amount and complete a table with both the estimate and the measurement. They...

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#### Metric Madness

In this metric madness worksheet, students will write the correct abbreviation for each metric unit given. Students will compare the metric units given in terms of greater than, less than, or equal to. Students will convert across metric...

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#### Metrics

In this metrics worksheet, students read information about the metric system. Students review the concepts of prefixes, conversion ratios, and the decimal system. This worksheet has 17 matching, 31 fill in the blank, and 8 word problems.

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#### Convert Units

In this metric conversions worksheet, students convert metric units between small units and large units. There are 15 conversion problems to solve on this worksheet.

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#### Measurement Mix-Up

In this measurement activity, 2nd graders read 4 word problems and find the two numbers missing in each one. Students choose a reasonable number from the box that fits the story for the first number and then solve the problem to find the...

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#### The Big Tank Small Tank Problem

In this liter worksheet, students complete a word problem where they figure out how much water is added to two different tanks. Students complete 1 problem.

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#### Metric Conversion

For this metric conversion worksheet, students convert different metric units to other units including kilometers, kilograms, and liters. Students complete 42 problems.

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#### Metric Conversions

In this metric conversion worksheet, students convert measurements within the metric system. They determine the proper procedure, multiplication or division, prior to converting. This two-page worksheet contains 11 problems.

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#### Unit Conversions Practice

In this conversions worksheet, students practice converting measurements to the desired units given. This worksheet has 12 problems to solve.

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#### Metric Conversions

In this metric conversion worksheet, students perform metric conversions. This one-page worksheet contains 22 problems.

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#### Metric Volume Conversions (B)

In this metric conversion worksheet, 4th graders convert each measurement from liters to milliliters or from milliliters to liters as indicated by the abbreviations in each problem.

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#### Moles

In this moles worksheet, students set up the problem to solve for how many atoms, moles, mass, and volume for each problem given.

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#### Liters Problem Solving 18.2

In this liters problem solving learning exercise, students solve 3 word problems in which an estimate of capacity is circled from three choices.

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#### Activity: Liters English Learners 18.2

In this ESL vocabulary instructional activity, students circle the name of the container that holds more water. There are 4 problems. Students then circle the name of the container that holds the least water in 2 problems.

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#### Metric Units of Capacity Practice 14.3

In this metric measurement worksheet, students choose the better of two estimates for the capacity of different containers. Students also solve conversion and greater than/less than problems between liters and milliliters.

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#### Liters

In this liquid measurement worksheet, 2nd graders find containers in their home and fill in a chart with the estimate and actual measurement that each one holds in liters. They choose whether a glue jar holds liters or milliliters, and...

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#### A Little or Lot About Liters

In this liter worksheet, students circle more, less or about the same to show how various containers compare to a liter. Students then complete a related short answer question.