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# Basic Measurement Concepts Questions - All Grades

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Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.B.5
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.A.3
Which of the following is about 26 cm long?
2. a math book
3. a football field
4. a school bus
Which tool could I use to measure length?
1. clock
2. scale
3. thermometer
4. ruler
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.A.3
A good estimate for the length of a crayon is:
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
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
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.CC.C.6
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.A.1
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.
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.
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: MP5
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts
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