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?

  • A20 kg
  • B2kg
  • C35 kg
  • D30 kg
  • E14 kg

Q2:

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

  • A20 kg
  • B30 kg
  • C25 kg
  • D50 kg
  • E14 kg

Q3:

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

  • A8 kg
  • B10 kg
  • C30 kg
  • D4 kg
  • E700 kg

Q4:

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

  • A30 kg
  • B12 kg
  • C15 kg
  • D40 kg
  • E5 kg

Q5:

Charlotte bought a bag of flour and a pack of tea. If their weights were 234 kg and 825 g, what is the total weight in grams?

Q6:

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

  • A2 kg
  • B12 kg
  • C32 kg
  • D14 kg
  • E1 kg

Q7:

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?

Q8:

Find 12+12kgkg.

  • A2 kg
  • B14 kg
  • C1 kg
  • D12 kg

Q9:

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

  • A60 kg
  • B14 kg
  • C50 kg
  • D80 kg
  • E20 kg

Q10:

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

  • A30 kg
  • B5kg
  • C15 kg
  • D60 kg
  • E50 kg

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