Learning to use a ruler is an important skill that will stick with your child throughout life! Help hone his or her ability to use a ruler using this centimeters and inches worksheet.
Designed to offer your child practice in reading a ruler, it will also strengthen understanding of these basic units of measurement!
Items can be measured correctly in either inches or centimeters. Although the figures will be different, the measurements derived are equal. On the metric ruler, 2.5 centimeters makes 1 inch; which translates into 15 centimeters equaling 6 inches. In this worksheet, your child will be asked to measure various items in both inches and centimeters. Then, they will check the correct measurements for each object from the options provided.
Although inches and centimeters are two different units of measurements, they can bring up equal measurements. This printable worksheet teaches your little one how inches and centimeters measure up against each other. At the upper part of the rulers are the centimeter measurements, and at the lower part are the inches. Check the two correct measurements for each object among the options provided under each object.
Check how skilled your students are at measuring different objects with the help of this simple and colorful worksheet. At the top of each column is an already measured object. Ask your child to carefully look at the other pictures under each column and check the objects that are the same length as the object at the top of the particular column.
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