Worksheet: Mesauring to the Nearest Centimeter and Meter

In this worksheet, we will practice how to find the length of the same object to both the nearest centimeter and the nearest meter.

Q1:

Measure the height of the girl to the nearest centimeter.

Measure the height of the girl to the nearest meter.

Q2:

Which height of the girl is more accurate, 95 cm or 1 m?

Q3:

Measure the length of the string to the nearest centimeter.

Q4:

Measure the line to the nearest centimeter.

Measure the line to the nearest meter.

Q5:

Using the ruler, measure the length of the bone to the nearest centimeter and to the nearest meter.

  • A98 cm, 1 m
  • B98 m, 1 cm

Q6:

Which string is about 9 centimeters long?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q7:

Which length of the arrow is more accurate, 105 cm or 1 m?

Q8:

Which length of the bone is less accurate, 98 cm or 1 m?

Q9:

Use the meterstick to find the height of the closet to the nearest meter.

Q10:

Find the length of the paper clip to the nearest centimeter.

Q11:

Use the measuring tape to find the length of the door to the nearest meter.

Q12:

Use the measuring tape to find the length of the table to the nearest meter.

Q13:

Michael and James are measuring the width of their tree house.

Who is closer to the actual width?

  • A
  • B

Q14:

Madison has a tape measure and a meterstick to measure length.

Use meter sticks to find the length of the bookshelf.

The bookshelf is about meters long.

Use a tape measure to find the length of the bookshelf.

The bookshelf is centimeters long.

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