### Grade 4 Measurement Worksheets

The worksheets in this section cover measurements for length, capacity, angles and perimeters. There are also tally charts and shapes divided into fractions to keep your children busy. Pictures of thermometers, compasses and other items make these worksheets visually appealing, but even better is that every time you click 'Make Worksheet', you get different values or questions to test your children with!

Related pages in Numbers and Measurement:

Kindergarten | Grade 1 | Grade 2 | Grade 3 | Grade 5

Related pages in this year group:

Grade 4 Arithmetic | Grade 4 Money | Grade 4 Time

## Metric Units for Length | |

Have your children answer the questions about metric units for length, then measure the lines and write the approximate answers in millimeters. Two examples of the questions are: How many millimeters in a centimeter? How many meters in a 1000 centimeters? |

## More Metric Units for Length | |

This worksheet asks questions that test your children's understanding of which metric units are used to measure different lengths. Two examples of the questions are: Circle how wide you would expect your head to be. (20mm, 20cm, 20m) Write which metric unit you would use to measure these: The height of a tree, etc. |

## Length Problems | |

This math wizard generates three very wordy problems about length. Each question deliberately contains extra information to confuse your students. The actual problems themselves are not so hard - if your children aren't distracted by all the unnecessary numbers! The boxes provided are for your children to show their working out. Names and numbers change each time you generate the worksheet. E.g: Adam went out for a drive. He was 20 years old. He stopped after 18 miles for something to eat. He then drove another 31 miles and got home at 6 o'clock. How far did he drive? |

## Reading Thermometers - Positive and negative numbers | |

This worksheet contains five thermometers with both positive and negative numbers on them. Ask your children to read the temperatures, three of which are negative, and write them in the boxes. Then, have them complete the "greater than" and "less than" statements at the bottom of the page. E.g. ___ is greater than -5. |

## Measuring Angles | |

There are nine random angles generated on this worksheet. Ask your children to use their protractors to measure the smaller angles, and then subtract that from 360 to work out the size of the larger angles. |

## Angles on a Compass | |

This worksheet contains nine compasses. The first is an example showing what the children have to do. On the first line, they need to write the degree of the angle. On the second line, they should write the direction, clockwise or anticlockwise. On the third line they need to write the direction of the turn, e.g. From North to East. |

## Capacity Problems | |

This worksheet is filled with questions about capacity, specifically in terms of liquids. Six questions with random values are generated and your children need to read the problems and work out the answers. Here's an example question: A carton of orange juice holds 2 liters. How many 250ml glasses can I pour from it? Half a liter of orange juice, 300ml of apple juice and 100ml of pineapple juice makes enough fruit punch for four people. How much punch would I need to make for eight people? |

## Fractions of Shapes | |

There are six shapes on this worksheet. Beneath each shape is a fraction. Your students need to shade in the specified fraction of each shape. Each time you click 'Make Worksheet' a new random selection of shapes and fractions is generated. |

## Perimeter Questions | |

Test your children's math skills with these perimeter stories. There are six questions with a school theme. Here are two examples of the questions on the worksheet. Remember that the values and order change with each click of the 'Make Worksheet' button. The playing field is a rectangle. Its length is 100m and its width is 40m. What is the total length around the field? The playground is a perfect square. Each side is 60m long. What is the perimeter of the playground? |

## Tally Charts | |

This worksheet randomly chooses two of five possible topics and creates a random tally chart with items from those topics. Your children need to study the charts and answer questions about them, such as which items are the most and least popular. |