### Grade 3 Measurement Worksheets

In third grade, measuring becomes a significant part of the curriculum. This page gives you wizards to make math worksheets that focus on measurements, including questions about quantity, weight, cost, length, time and height. Some of the worksheets include images of rulers, measuring jugs and scales, too.

Related pages in Numbers and Measurement:

Kindergarten | Grade 1 | Grade 2 | Grade 4 | Grade 5

Related pages in this year group:

Grade 3 Arithmetic | Grade 3 Money | Grade 3 Time

## Measurement Scales | |

The math worksheet wizard generates a sheet of rulers, scales and measuring jugs. Each worksheet is unique with different values each time. Have your children mark the right lengths on the rulers, write the weights shown on the scales and the amount of water in each of the jugs. |

## Measuring Lengths | |

Use a ruler to measure the lengths of the lines and write the answers. Every worksheet you make will have random line lengths to 0.1cm so your children can practice again and again. The second part of the worksheet gives your students a number and they have to use a ruler to draw a line that many centimeters. |

## Rounding Distances | |

This math wizard creates a table with distances from a main train station called Waterloo to other stations withe real but peculiar names. Your children need to round the distances to the nearest 10km, then calculate the difference between the actual distance and the rounded distance. |

## Measurement Questions 1 | |

This math wizard makes six questions related to measurement. They cover quantity, weight, cost, length, time and height. An example of the questions on this worksheet is: How many 200ml glasses could 1.8 liters of milk fill? |

## Measurement Questions 2 | |

Here is another set of measurement questions. Examples of the questions on this worksheet are: Sally went on a walk for charity. For every kilometer she walked she earned $3. She earned $30. How many kilometers did she walk? A running track is 400 meters long. If you run 9 laps, how many meters will you have run? |

## How Far Questions | |

Here is another math worksheet with measurement questions. All the questions are about distance. Examples include: I walk 800m in the morning and I walk twice as far in the afternoon. How far did I walk? The mountain is 3400m. I climb halfway and twist my ankle. How far did I get? |

## Popular Sports | |

This worksheet lists five popular sports and the number of children in the class that aprticipate in them. Your students need to look at the popularity of each sport and draw a bar chart to represent the information shown in the table. |

## Measuring Jugs | |

Use the math worksheet wizard to make a worksheet with six measuring jugs. Each jug was full with 2 liters of delicious juice, but someone has been drinking from them! Your students need to write down how many milliliters are left, and how many have been drunk. |