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Basic Measurement Concepts Questions - All Grades

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Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.A.3
Which of the following is about 26 cm long?
  1. a ladybug
  2. a math book
  3. a football field
  4. a school bus
Grade 4 Basic Measurement Concepts
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Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.A.3
Which is the best estimate for the length of a pencil?
  1. 12 meters
  2. 12 tons
  3. 12 kilometers
  4. 12 centimeters
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.B.5
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.A.3
A good estimate for the length of a crayon is:
  1. about 3 inches
  2. about 3 feet
  3. about 3 yards
  4. about 3 miles
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts
Which tool could I use to measure length?
  1. clock
  2. scale
  3. thermometer
  4. ruler
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts
Robert wants to make a cake. What would be the best tool to measure flour?
  1. a yardstick
  2. a measuring cup
  3. a scale
  4. a thermometer
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.A.3
About how high is a door?
  1. 8 inches
  2. 8 feet
  3. 8 miles
  4. 8 pounds
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.CC.C.6
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts
Which statement is true?
  1. A crayon is longer than a bus.
  2. A pencil is longer than a house.
  3. A boat is longer than a shoe.
  4. A toothbrush is longer than a truck.
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Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: MP5
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts
I would like to figure out if my bedroom is closer to the bathroom, or if my sister's bedroom is closer to the bathroom. What should I measure?
  1. the temperature of the bathroom
  2. the distance from my room to hers
  3. the distance from each of our rooms to the bathroom
  4. the size of the bathroom
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts
Which answer choice gives an example of showing the length of something?
  1. Measuring the distance from one side of a table to the other.
  2. Finding how many gallons of water it takes to fill a pool.
  3. Counting coins to find the amount of money.
  4. Reading the temperature on a hot, summer day.
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