This printable measurement worksheets are full of fun printable activities teaching your kids all about measurement! They will learn to length (shorter vs longer) using traditional measurements and some not traditional using school supplies.
These measurement worksheet are great learning activities.
We love sharing all our fabulous crafty activities and finds at MWH. But we also love sharing activities that focus on more academic skills too. Whether you’re a homeschooling mama or have kids at home who need to keep busy, we’ve got a super fun activity set for kids centered around measuring!
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Our Measurement Activity Set for Kids is packed with fun worksheets that are designed to teach kids all about standard measurements without getting bored. Each printable sheet has interesting prompts that will get your kids excited to start measuring!
Even before they really understand the concept of measuring, kids naturally begin to do it on their own. Kids compare the sizes of toys, rocks, caterpillars, and anything else they find interesting.
Kids are inherently curious about math and math problems. We love giving them activities to foster this curiosity. Using measuring tools like tape measures, rulers, and their own two hands kids will give kids hands on learning opportunities related to measurements.
You could even use something like unifix cubes to measure toys or games. If you don’t have unifix cubes, standard blocks would also work well.
Measurement Activities for Preschooler
Even your youngest kiddos will love the math activities in this packet. We’ve got sheets perfect for preschool measurement so kids can begin to understand the concept of measuring. With simple measurement activities, like measuring your thumb, nose, or a paper clip. These free printable a will also help kids begin to understand the different units of measures.
These measurement activities for kids will help them develop their problem solving skills. There will be instances where an item they need to measure may be rounded or an unusual shape. Kids will have to figure out how best to measure them given the tools they have.
This hands on activity will have kids stretching their thinking and practicing their measurement skills. See if you can get your kids to measure other common items around your house. Once they learn the concept, kids can have fun measuring all kinds of things in the house, in your neighborhood, and at school.
Adding to their Math Concepts
This activity pack is perfect to incorporate with teaching lesson plans on measurement.
Measurement is a math concept that can be tricky for some kids. These activities are perfect for supporting their learning. There is no shortage of materials here to practice math skills with!
After they complete all the activities in the packet, test their learning. Help reinforce the measurement skills and concepts by asking them for help around the house. Make up problems about trying to fit certain items in the pantry, in closets, or on shelves. They can measure the length of the items that need to fit. Then see if their measuring worked!
Practice measurement activity for kids are not only fun, but they help to drive home important concepts as well. Kids math skills are constantly growing. The more they can be supported at home, the better.
We love that this measurement activity pack for kids helps them to learn standard units of measurement. They’ll learn when it’s best to use inches and when it’s better to use feet. They’ll learn the difference between a centimeter and a meter.
The best part about this measurement activity pack is that it doesn’t need to be completed in a day, week, or even a month. You can stretch the activities out, so they last all year long. With engaging drawings and interesting prompts, kids will love completing each sheet in the pack.
There are tons of lesson extensions you could add as well. You could have kids create their own units of measures. You could look up facts about things that are exceptionally long or short. (Guinness Books of World Records are great for this!) You could keep a chart of their height and revisit it each month.
There is so much fun to be had with measuring. We hope this activity pack gives you plenty of skills to practice. We also hope it provides you with some inspiration to challenge your kids to learn more.
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