# Free grade 3 measuring worksheets

Free grade 3 measuring worksheets

Create an unlimited supply of worksheets for conversion of measurement units for grade 3 – both customary and metric units. The worksheets can be made in html or PDF format – both are easy to print. You can also customize them using the generator below.

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In grade 3, children learn some easy conversions between measurement units. For example, they convert a bigger unit into smaller units (2 ft into 24 inches or 4 cm into 40 mm). Depending on where you live and what standards you follow, students may also do this the other way around: write 36 inches as 3 ft or 300 cm as 3 m. At any rate, conversion problems in grade 3 should be relatively easy, because being able to change measuring units into others is based on the multiplication tables, which children are usually just learning in 3rd grade. Then again, the conversions are a great application of the multiplication tables, giving children a real-life context for the tables.

## Customary units of measurement

Whole feet and inches – easy (3 ft = ____ in or 60 in = ___ ft) View in browser Create PDF |
Whole yards and feet – easy (2 yd = ____ ft or 24 ft = ___ yd) View in browser Create PDF |

Inches, feet, and yards – easy (2 ft = ____ in or 21 ft = ___ yd) View in browser Create PDF |
Cups, pints, and quarts – easy (2 qt = ____ pt or 12 C = ___ pt) View in browser Create PDF |

Cups, quarts, and gallons – easy (2 gal = ____ qt or 8 C = ___ qt) View in browser Create PDF |
Mixed conversion practice – inches, feet, yards, cups, pints, quarts, and gallons (easy) View in browser Create PDF |

## Metric units of measurement

The conversions in the worksheet below are easy, as they only involve converting a larger unit into smaller units (such as 3 m = _____ cm) or writing a multiple of ten of the smaller unit in terms of the larger unit (such as 50 mm = ___ cm).

Whole centimeters and millimeters (3 cm = ____ mm or 70 mm = ___ cm) View in browser Create PDF |
Whole meters and centimeters (3 m = ____ cm or 500 cm = ___ m) View in browser Create PDF |

Whole kilometers and meters (7 km = ____ m or 1,000 m = ___ km) View in browser Create PDF |
Kilometers, meters, and centimeters (3 km = ____ m or 100 cm = ___ m) View in browser Create PDF |

Meters, centimeters, and millimeters (3 m = ____ cm or 40 mm = ___ cm) View in browser Create PDF |
Whole kilograms and grams (8 kg = ____ g or 9,000 g = ___ kg) View in browser Create PDF |

Whole liters and milliliters (6 L = ____ ml or 6,000 ml = ___ L) View in browser Create PDF |
Mixed practice of all metric units in this section (mm, cm, m, kg, g, L, ml) View in browser Create PDF |

## Conversions of metric units – harder

The conversions in the worksheets below involve problems such as 534 cm = ____ m _____ cm or 5 kg 67 g = _______ g. These may be challenging to 3rd graders.

Convert between centimeters and millimeters (3 cm 4 mm = ____ mm or 72 mm = ___ cm ___ mm) View in browser Create PDF |
Convert between meters and centimeters (3 m 24 cm = ____ cm or 748 cm = ___ m ___ cm) View in browser Create PDF |

Meters, centimeters, and millimeters (3 m 4 cm = ____ cm or 72 mm = ___ cm ___ mm) View in browser Create PDF |
Convert between kilograms and grams (4 kg 900 g = ____ g or 2,490 g = ___ kg ___ g) View in browser Create PDF |

Convert between liters and milliliters (6 L 250 ml = ____ ml or 2,439 ml = ___ L ___ ml) View in browser Create PDF |
Mixed practice of all metric units in this section (mm, cm, m, kg, g, L, ml) View in browser Create PDF |

## Measurement units worksheets generator

Use the generator to make customized worksheets for conversions between measuring units. You can choose to include inches, feet, yards, miles, ounces, cups, pints, quarts, gallons, ounces, pounds, millimeters, centimeters, meters, kilometers, grams, kilograms, liters, and milliliters. You can also make worksheets for the metric system: units with the prefixes milli, centi, deci, deka, hecto, and kilo.

Level of difficulty: 1 (e.g. 2 ft = ____ in or 5 L = _____ mL) 2 (e.g. 25 in = _____ ft _____ in) 3 (e.g. 218 in = _____ ft _____ in) 4 (always using decimals, e.g. 5.77 ft = ______ in or 9.32 m = _____ cm) The levels of difficulty work a little differently depending on whether you choose individual units or conversions between all metric units. Please check what their effect are by making a worksheet, and then come back to this page by using the ‘back’ button on your browser. |

Decimal digits: Maximum number of decimals used for the smaller unit: Maximum number of decimals used for the larger unit: Round answers to digits Again, the decimal digits work a little differently depending on the level of difficulty and type of conversions chosen. Some difficulty levels for certain type of conversions will not accept decimal digits at all. Please check what their effect are by making a worksheet, and then come back to this page by using the ‘back’ button on your browser. |

Conversions between individual units – check any number of these: inches / feet feet / yards feet / miles yards / miles ounces / pounds pounds / tons ounces / cups cups / pints cups / quarts pints / quarts ounces / quarts quarts / gallons ounces / quarts / gallons mm / cm cm / m m / km g / kg ml / L Conversions in the metric system – check any of these: km, hm, dam, m, dm, cm, mm kg, hg, dag, g, dg, cg, mg kl, hl, dal, L, dl, cl, ml |

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