# Worksheet: Estimating Mass: Metric Units

In this worksheet, we will practice how to estimate and measure mass using metric units and how to choose the appropriate unit of measurement in a real-world situation.

**Q1: **

Which of the following is closest to the weight of a hen?

- A kg
- B 30 kg
- C 35 kg
- D kg
- E 20 kg

**Q2: **

Which of the following is closest to the weight of a tennis ball?

- A 30 kg
- B 25 kg
- C kg
- D 50 kg
- E 20 kg

**Q3: **

Which of the following is closest to the weight of an elephant?

- A 4 kg
- B 8 kg
- C 10 kg
- D 700 kg
- E 30 kg

**Q4: **

Which of the following is closest to the weight of three oranges?

- A 30 kg
- B kg
- C 5 kg
- D 15 kg
- E 40 kg

**Q5: **

Last year Charlotte weighed 107 kg. Now, she weighs 57 kg. How much weight did she lose?

**Q6: **

Jacob weighs 54 kilograms and 800 grams. Matthew weighs 53 kilograms and 400 grams. What is the difference, in grams, between their weights?

**Q7: **

A person can purchase their favorite mints in packages of 994 grams or 2 kilograms. Which has a greater mass, the first package or the second one?

- Athe second package
- Bthe first package

**Q9: **

Charlotte bought a bag of flour and a pack of tea. If their weights were kg and 825 g, what is the total weight in grams?

**Q10: **

Which of the following is closest to the weight of a child?

- A 1 kg
- B 2 kg
- C kg
- D kg
- E 32 kg

**Q11: **

Ethan bought a bottle of water, weighing one and a half kilograms, and a packet of tea, weighing 150 grams. What was the total weight in grams?

**Q12: **

Find .

- A 1 kg
- B kg
- C 2 kg
- D kg

**Q13: **

Which of the following is closest to the weight of a tablet?

- A 50 kg
- B kg
- C 80 kg
- D 60 kg
- E 20 kg