# Grade 1 An Introduction to Measurement Worksheet

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

(a) Illustration 1 for (1) Circle the Shortest Object in Red and the Longest Object in Green.

(b) Illustration 2 for (1) Circle the Shortest Object in Red and the Longest Object in Green.

## (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.

(b) Illustration 4 for (2) Circle the Biggest Animal in Blue and the Smallest Animal in Orange.

## (3) Circle All the Heart Around the King Illustration 5 for (3) Circle All the Heart Around the King.

## (4) Look at the Picture

Tick the one closest to the boy.

(a)

(b)

(c)

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

(a) Illustration 10 for (6) Number the Vessels in Order of Decreasing Amount of Water.

(b) Illustration 11 for (6) Number the Vessels in Order of Decreasing Amount of Water.

(a)

The length of the pencil is about keys.

(b)

The length of the knife is about spoons.

(c)

The length of the bat is about flowers.

(d)

The length of the match stick is about pencils.

• The shortest object in red circle.

• The longest object in green circle.

• So, the correct answer is

• The shortest object in red circle.

• The longest object in green circle.

• So, the correct answer is

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

• Therefore, the correct answer is

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

• Therefore, the correct answer is

• Circle all the heart around the king.

• The closet to the boy is

• Given objects,

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

• Therefore, the heaviest object is

• Given objects,

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

• Therefore, the heaviest object is

• Given objects,

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

• Therefore, the heaviest object is

• 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:

• 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:

• Number of keys

• So, the length of the pencils

• Number of spoons

• So, the length of the knife