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# Using Units of Measurement Worksheets - Year 4

• Updated:  20 Nov 2023

16 measurement worksheets linked to the Australian Curriculum.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  32 Pages

• Year:  4

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teaching resource

# Using Units of Measurement Worksheets - Year 4

• Updated:  20 Nov 2023

16 measurement worksheets linked to the Australian Curriculum.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  32 Pages

• Year:  4

16 measurement worksheets linked to the Australian Curriculum.

This teaching resource could be used in a variety of ways when teaching measurement. Some suggestions include:

• pre- and post-testing
• independent classwork
• revision
• homework.

This teaching resource pack includes worksheets addressing the following concepts:

• length – centimetres
• length – metres
• mass – grams and kilograms
• capacity – millilitres and litres
• temperature – degrees celsius
• area – square centimetres
• volume – cubic centimetres
• time.

• the year level displayed at the top of the sheet
• no year level displayed at the top of the sheet to use for differentiation.

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OK I do think that I should learn this!

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Hey Catherine, thank you for reaching out to us. Feel free to browse the resource to see if it suits your classroom needs.

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The capacity worksheet is a little confusing. Itâ€™s asking to calculate the capacity of each of the containers, but they are all the same size with differing amounts of water. Should it be asking â€˜calculate the volume of waterâ€™ instead?

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Hi Liz, Thanks for your question. In this case we feel the worksheet is correct. The attribute of volume is the amount of space occupied by an object or substance, usually measured in cubic units. Capacity is only used in relation to containers and generally refers to liquid measurement in millilitres or litres. In this case we are not asking the students to measure the potential capacity of the jugs, just the current capacity in millilitres. If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don't hesitate to contact me.