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# Measuring Weight Worksheets

This page contains estimating weight of real life objects, choosing object for the given measure, measuring kitchen scale, drawing pointer on weighing scale to show the reading, balancing scale and calculating weight of smaller items.

## Estimating Weight

Estimating Object Weight

Each worksheet has 8 multiple choice questions estimating weight of real life objects.

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Choosing Object

For each weight measure, there are 3 objects to choose. Select the object close to the given weight.

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More than or Less than

Choose the option that would best describe the weight of each object.

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## Weighing Scale (Kitchen Scale)

Measuring Weight: Metric Units

Read the weighing scale (kitchen scale) and calculate the weight of each object.

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Measuring Weight: U.S. Customary Units

Each worksheet has 9 problems in reading weight of the objects.

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Drawing pointer

Each object is labeled with its own weight. Draw pointer on kitchen scale to show the weight of each object.

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## Balancing Scale

Identifying Weight: Metric Units

Identify the missing weight of an object to balance the scale.

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Identifying Weight: U.S. Customary Units

Each worksheet has 8 problems finding weight of an object in balancing scale.

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## Weight of Single Item

Weight of Single Object: Metric

The heavier object is equal to several lighter objects. You should find the weight of each lighter object.

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Weight of Single Object: U.S. Customary

Here you have similar set of worksheets as above, but in U.S. customary units.

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