# Lesson Worksheet: Metric Units of Length Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice estimating and measuring lengths in metric units.

Q1:

Which of the following is a reasonable length for a tennis racket?

• A25 cm
• B60 cm
• C2 m
• D1 m
• E4 m

Q2:

Which of the following is the best estimate for the length of a pen?

• A12 cm
• B12 m
• C12 km
• D12 mm

Q3:

How long is the shown object in reality? Choose the answer that gives the best estimation.

• A6 cm
• B60 cm
• C70 cm
• D100 cm
• E50 cm

Q4:

Estimate, in centimetres, the most likely length of a rubber.

• A4 cm
• B60 cm
• C40 cm
• D80 cm
• E20 cm

Q5:

Which of the following is a reasonable length for a spoon?

• A10 cm
• B50 cm
• C2 m
• D3 m
• E1 m

Q6:

Estimate the answer in centimetres and complete the following statement: The length of your bed is .

• A7 cm
• B20 cm
• C5 cm
• D30 cm
• E200 cm

Q7:

Which of these is most likely to be the distance between two cities?

• A44 km
• B2‎ ‎000 cm
• C84 m

Q8:

Which measurement below is closest to the length of a pencil?

• A50 cm
• B1 cm
• C8 cm
• D90 cm

Q9:

Which of the following would be the best estimate for the length of an adult’s little finger?

• A6 cm
• B90 cm
• C34 cm
• D2 cm
• E1 cm

Q10:

Which of the following would be the best approximation for the length of the longest side of a maths book?

• A5 cm
• B2 cm
• C60 cm
• D70 cm
• E25 cm