Grade 1 An Introduction to Measurement Worksheet

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(1) Circle the Shortest Object in Red and the Longest Object in Green

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(b)

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(2) Circle the Biggest Animal in Blue and the Smallest Animal in Orange

(a)

Illustration 3 for (2) Circle the biggest animal in blue and the smallest animal in orange.

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(3) Circle All the Heart Around the King

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(4) Look at the Picture

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Tick the one closest to the boy.

(5) Circle the Heaviest Object

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(6) Number the Vessels in Order of Decreasing Amount of Water

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(7) Answer the Following

(a)

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The length of the pencil is about keys.

(b)

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The length of the knife is about spoons.

(c)

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The length of the bat is about flowers.

(d)

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The length of the match stick is about pencils.

Answers and Explanations

Answer 1 (A)

  • The shortest object in red circle.

  • The longest object in green circle.

  • So, the correct answer is

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    Illustration 16 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 1 (B)

  • The shortest object in red circle.

  • The longest object in green circle.

  • So, the correct answer is

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    Illustration 17 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 2 (A)

  • The biggest animal in blue circle and the smallest animal in orange circle.

  • Therefore, the correct answer is

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    Illustration 18 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 2 (B)

  • The biggest animal in blue circle and the smallest animal in orange circle.

  • Therefore, the correct answer is

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    Illustration 19 for Answers and Explanations

Answer (3)

  • Circle all the heart around the king.

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Illustration 20 for Answers and Explanations

Answer (4)

  • The closet to the boy is

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    Illustration 21 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 5 (A)

  • Given objects,

  • 2nd object (desk) is heavier than stapler and balloon.

  • Therefore, the heaviest object is

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    Illustration 22 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 5 (B)

  • Given objects,

  • 2nd object (glue) is heavier than scissor and sharpener.

  • Therefore, the heaviest object is

    Illustration 23 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 23 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 5 (C)

  • Given objects,

  • 1st object (watermelon) is heavier than apple and strawberry.

  • Therefore, the heaviest object is

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    Illustration 24 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 6 (A)

  • In given vessels,

  • Decreasing amount of water means more amount of water to the less amount of water.

  • Thus, the number the vessels in order of decreasing amount of water are:

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    Illustration 25 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 6 (B)

  • Decreasing amount of water means more amount of water to the less amount of water.

  • Thus, the number the vessels in order of decreasing amount of water are:

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    Illustration 26 for Answers and Explanations

Answer 7 (A)

  • Number of keys

  • So, the length of the pencils

Answer 7 (B)

  • Number of spoons

  • So, the length of the knife

Answer 7 (C)

  • Number of flowers

  • So, the length of the bat

Answer 7 (D)

  • Number of pencils

  • So, the length of the match stick

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