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Measuring Worksheets

Measuring Worksheets

About This Primary Resource

A set of worksheets designed to test pupils' ability to measure and estimate different lengths and volumes. In particular it asks pupils to:
- Write down how many coins it takes to get from one end of a series of lines to the other.
- Measure the different size pencils.
- Tick the scales containing the most flour.
- Tick the jug containing the most water.
- Put certain items in order from greatest capacity to smallest capacity by writing the numbers 1,2 or 3 underneath.

This resource contains 2 pages.

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  1. ringgit

    looks interesting.

  2. R

    looks good

  3. Jackie Swan

    looks interesting

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