Worksheet: Kilometers

In this worksheet, we will practice measuring length in kilometers, converting kilometers to meters or mixed units, and comparing lengths in kilometers and meters.

Q1:

7,354=+354meterskilometersmeters.

Q2:

Write in meters: 114 km.

Q3:

15 kilometers = meters.

Q4:

If David jogs 2 kilometers on Sundays, how many meters does he jog?

Q5:

Write in meters: 10 km.

Q6:

Write in metres: 5 and a half kilometres.

Q7:

Complete: meters = 3 kilometers and 352 meters.

Q8:

Which of the following shows a true statement?

  • A1,000=1kilometersmeter
  • B100=1kilometersmeter
  • C1,000=1meterskilometer
  • D100=1meterskilometer

Q9:

Complete: 6,521=meterskilometers and meters.

  • A65, 21
  • B21, 65
  • C6, 521
  • D1, 652

Q10:

Benjamin runs 12 kilometers to his house. Find the distance he covers in meters.

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