Metric Units of Length Worksheets
Developed in the late 17th century, the metric system was first used during the French Revolution. The basic units of the metric system are taken from nature. Meter, the basic unit of length, was based on the dimensions of the earth. Delve into the concept with our resources crafted for 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade. Awash with exercises on converting metric units of length involving integers and decimals, these worksheets ease the learning stress of many a student. Get started with our free worksheets.
Ace it like a pro and convert between bigger units and smaller units with this set of 3rd grade and 4th grade worksheets. Featuring integers with metric units of length like km, m, cm, and mm, each pdf worksheet is supplied with problems in three different formats along with a word problem.
Watch fun make way for fascination, as kids master converting between common metric units of length: cm and mm, m and cm, and km and m. For easy practice and progress from one level to another, the exercises here are neatly presented in 3 parts involving integers and decimals.
Let the 5th grade and 6th grade students put their industry and hard work into play as they convert between km, m, cm, and mm in these printable type-2 exercises. A great place to extend unit conversion skills, these worksheets double as a tool to review and revisit practice.
Prove your mettle in this set of type-3 metric unit conversion review problems that play out a little more extensively and intricately than the rest. With nine different tables in the spotlight, each pdf requires students to display their converting skills in a completely different level.
Opt for this batch of worksheets if recapitulating skills of kids in converting between the four important metric units of length is on your mind. Apply apt conversion formulas and solve the problems in a jiffy!
Turn your students into masters of metric unit conversions, with these printable worksheets featuring millimeters, centimeters, and meters. Presenting exercises involving integers and decimals, these practice materials prepare students to convert between metric units of length.
How many kilometers are in 20 meters? Watch students' imagination at work as they answer such questions converting between kilometers and meters, in this bundle of worksheets. Unmistakably stick to the formula: 1 kilometer = 1000 meters, and you will most likely breeze through it.