We have 9 resources for learning Measurement including educational Websites, Worksheets & Printables, Games, iPhone & iPad Apps, and Online Classes, from providers such as K5 Learning, IXL, Khan Academy, and Math-Drills.com.
Kindergarten - 1st | Worksheet/Printable
Free 1st grade measurement worksheets. Emphasis on understanding the concepts related to measuring length; introduction to weight and capacity also included. No login required.
2nd | Worksheet/Printable
Our grade 2 measurement worksheets focus on concepts related to the measurement of length, weight, capacity and temperature. Measurement using non-standard units is used to reinforce concepts and...
Pre-K - Kindergarten | Website
Series of activities introducing preschoolers to measurements of length, time, and weight.
1st - 3rd | Website
Series of lessons and exercises covering measurement of length, area, volume, weight, and temperature. Part of the BrainPOP Jr. suite of lessons.
Pre-K - 8th | Online resource
Practice measurement skills on IXL, have fun, and win awards!
Kindergarten - 3rd | Online class
Learn how to measure length, tell time, count money, and make graphs.
2nd - 5th | Online/YouTube video
Need a half-hour (30-minutes) break and want to make sure your kids are entertained while also being edu-tained? We've got the highest-quality kids English-Language videos on measurement all in one...
1st - 4th | Worksheet/Printable
Measurement math worksheets including length, area, angles, volume, capacity, mass, time and temperature in Metric and U.S. units.
Pre-K - 1st | iPhone/iPad
Explore math concepts Shiny Circus is an educational learning app to introduce mathematical concepts in a fun and engaging way. Kids will begin to identify measurement qualities and their...
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