Worksheet: Converting Length: Customary Units

In this worksheet, we will practice how to convert units of length within the customary system, such as inches, feet, yards, and miles using whole numbers only.

Q1:

The string on Noah’s kite is 44 yards long. How many feet long is the string?

Q2:

Chloe needs 245 inches of fabric. If she bought 10 yards of fabric, would she have enough?

  • Ayes
  • Bno

Q3:

Emma is 14 feet from a gate, while Noah is 206 inches from it. Who is closer to the gate?

  • AEmma
  • BNoah

Q4:

Hannah’s house is 3 miles away from school, while William’s house is 3,262 yards away from school. Whose house is closest to the school?

  • AWilliam
  • BHannah

Q5:

Complete the following: 1 8 , 2 4 0 = r d m i .

Q6:

How many feet are there in 26 yd?

Q7:

Complete the following: 3 5 4 = f t i n i n .

Q8:

The lengths of two wooden logs are shown in the table. Which log has the greater length?

Log A B
Length 1 6 r d f t 40 ft
  • AA
  • BB

Q9:

Complete the following: 1 , 5 4 0 = y d r d .

Q10:

Complete the following: 6 4 = m i r d .

Q11:

Complete the following using < , = , or > : 2 8 3 i n f t .

  • A <
  • B =
  • C >

Q12:

Michael is 4 feet  10 inches tall. His cousin is 71 inches tall. How many inches taller than Michael is his cousin?

Q13:

Amelia is 60 inches tall. Olivia is 6 feet  4 inches tall. Who is taller?

  • AOlivia
  • BAmelia

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