Ounces, Pounds, and Tons Worksheets

Shepherd students through this set of units of conversion worksheets, so they become conversant in units of measuring weight. This skill is important for students not only to secure great math scores but also to thrive in everyday life. Expertly prepared to give children of grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6 oodles of directed practice with this skill, our converting U.S. mass measures worksheets range over diverse exercises such as converting to and from ounces, pounds, and tons, completing a number unit conversion tables, comparing customary units of weight using the symbols: ≥, ≤, or =, and more. Some of these worksheets can be downloaded for free!

Conversion between Ounces and Pounds

Part A in this printable 3-worksheet set is converting to and from pounds and ounces, part B is filling the blanks in a customary unit conversion table, part C is comparing using the three comparison symbols, and part D is a direct question.

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Conversion between Pounds and Tons

To convert tons into pounds, multiply the ton value by 2,000. To convert pounds into tons, divide the pound value by 2,000. While they practice this set of 4-part pdf worksheets, let children remember this rule and they will do well.

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Mixed Review - Type 1

Here, grade 5 and grade 6 students first master converting between pounds and ounces, and then they ace converting between tons and pounds. Let them stick to the formulas: 1 pound = 16 ounces and 1 ton = 2,000 pounds, to answer the questions here.

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Mixed Review - Type 2

Stuffed with 16 questions, each printable worksheet in this converting customary units of weight mixed review set offers substantial practice. Kids get to further their practice of converting between ounces, pounds, and tons.

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Revision | MCQ

This bunch of MCQ pdfs is a real treat for grade 4 and grade 5 students seeking extra material to practice conversion of units of mass. In a mix of fill the blanks and direction questions, they choose the correct answer from out of the 4 options given.

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