U.S. Customary Unit Conversion Worksheets
Converting units is an important skill that comes handy in our day-to-day life. A sound knowledge of conversion factors definitely quickens the task at hand. A conversion factor is nothing, but the number used to change one set of units to another, by multiplying to convert from larger units to smaller, or by dividing to do vice versa. Whether you need to convert measures of length, weight, or capacity these U.S. Customary Unit Conversion worksheets have them all covered and much more for your grade 3, grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6 kids. Our free worksheets complement your teaching and are worth a try!
Summarized in this customary unit conversion chart are units of length, capacity, and weight along with their equivalents in other units. This handout is designed to help kids memorize the conversion formulas.
How many inches make a foot? How many feet are there in a yard? Watch how kids become adept in converting between the units of length with these inches, feet, and yards conversion pdfs.
Hammer home the importance of converting between feet, yards, and miles as you work your way through these printable exercises, multiplying and dividing the units, applying the appropriate conversion factors.
The mantra that you need to remember to accurately convert the customary units of weight (mass) from pounds to ounces and tons and vice versa is 1 pound has 16 ounces, and 2,000 pounds make a ton.
Converting teaspoons, tablespoons, and fluid ounces finds immense application in our kitchens. Remember the formula 1 tbsp = 3 tsp, and 1 fl oz = 6 tsps for a hassle-free ride through these pdf worksheets.
"Two cups in a pint, two pints in a quart, and four quarts in a gallon." Chant this like a spell, and watch the magic work while converting capacity measures between pints, quarts, and gallons in these pdfs.
Channel the U.S. customary conversion practice of your 3rd grade through 6th grade kids with these printable revision worksheets, and check how well-versed they are in converting from one unit of length to the other.
Recapitulation or testing, whatever you intend to do these pdfs should be your obvious choice. The trick lies in applying the right liquid volume conversion formulas relating the units and then multiplying or dividing them.