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Ch 11: 4th Grade Math: Measurement Units & Conversions

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4th Grade Math: Measurement Units & Conversions - Chapter Summary

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Chapter Topics

  • U.S. customary units of measurement equivalences
  • Defining mass
  • Metric units of measurement equivalences
  • Steps for calculating and measuring elapsed time
  • Techniques for reading thermometers
  • Measurement and metric conversion strategies
  • Ways to convert units of time

8 Lessons in Chapter 11: 4th Grade Math: Measurement Units & Conversions
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Equivalences Among U.S. Customary Units of Measurement: Lesson for Kids

1. Equivalences Among U.S. Customary Units of Measurement: Lesson for Kids

There are many different ways to measure length, weight, and capacity. In this lesson, learn how to convert between units such as feet, miles, and inches. You will also practice solving problems using these conversions.

What is Mass? - Lesson for Kids

2. What is Mass? - Lesson for Kids

In this lesson, we'll learn about mass. We'll explore how mass and weight are not the same thing and why it is important to understand the difference between the two!

Equivalences Among Metric Units of Measurement: Lesson for Kids

3. Equivalences Among Metric Units of Measurement: Lesson for Kids

When measuring, we use smaller units for smaller things and larger units for larger things. Sometimes, it is necessary to convert a measurement from a larger unit to a smaller unit. In this lesson you will learn how to convert measurements using equivalences.

How to Measure & Calculate Elapsed Time

4. How to Measure & Calculate Elapsed Time

Time is constantly passing, but how can we calculate how much time is passing? In this lesson, we'll learn what elapsed time is and explore two ways to measure and calculate it.

How to Read a Thermometer: Lesson for Kids

5. How to Read a Thermometer: Lesson for Kids

There are many different types of thermometers, and they have a variety of uses. In this lesson, identify the uses of thermometers, which scale a thermometer is using, and how to read a thermometer.

Measurement Conversions Lesson for Kids

6. Measurement Conversions Lesson for Kids

In this lesson, learn how to convert measurement units so no one can trick you when you go buy your favorite soda. Discover the basic rule for conversion and how to convert weight, length and volume units.

Metric Conversions: Lesson for Kids

7. Metric Conversions: Lesson for Kids

Whenever we want to measure how long something is, how much it weighs, or how much liquid we have, we can use the metric system to do it. But what happens if we need to convert between larger and smaller units? This lesson will show you how.

Converting Units of Time

8. Converting Units of Time

After watching this video lesson, you will understand the units of time that we use to count time and know how to convert between these units. Learn the one number that you have to multiply and divide by to make your conversions.

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