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**SOL 3.14 : Students will use metric and U.S. units to measure**

Measurement SOL 3.14 : Students will use metric and U.S. units to measure

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**Help Needed!!! Mr. Measuring Monster needs some help**

He needs your help with some measurements. Do you think you can help him out?

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**How many cups are in a pint?**

Question # 1 How many cups are in a pint? 2 6 3 4

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**How many quarts are in a gallon?**

Question # 2 How many quarts are in a gallon? 8 16 2 4

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**There are ____ inches in one foot.**

Question # 3 There are ____ inches in one foot. 36 3 12 4

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**There are ____ inches in one yard.**

Question # 4 There are ____ inches in one yard. 36 3 12 4

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**There are ____ feet in one yard.**

Question # 5 There are ____ feet in one yard. 12 3 6 36

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**To measure from our classroom to Mr. Powell’s office, you’d use_____**

Question # 6 To measure from our classroom to Mr. Powell’s office, you’d use_____ centimeters feet inches meters

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**Choose the best form of measurement for one carton of milk.**

Question # 7 Choose the best form of measurement for one carton of milk. 1 quart 1 cup 1 pint 1 gallon

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**Choose the best form of measurement for one container of yogurt.**

Question # 8 Choose the best form of measurement for one container of yogurt. 1 quart 1 cup 1 pint 1 gallon

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**Choose the best form of measurement for one milkshake.**

Question # 9 Choose the best form of measurement for one milkshake. 1 quart 1 cup 1 pint 1 gallon

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**What would you use to measure how much water a pool holds?**

Question # 10 What would you use to measure how much water a pool holds? cups quarts pints gallons

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Question # 11 What would you use to measure how much water you use to make hot chocolate? cup quart pint gallon

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**How many cups are in one gallon?**

Question # 12 How many cups are in one gallon? 4 cups 16 cups 8 cups 32 cups

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**There are _____ pints in**

Question # 13 There are _____ pints in 2 quarts. 4 pints 2 pints 8 pints 6 pints

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**A computer might weigh…**

Question # 14 A computer might weigh… 50oz. 50lbs.

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Question # 15 Balloons might weigh… 5 oz. 5lbs

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Question # 16 A bushel of apples might weigh… 12 oz. 12lbs

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Question # 17 A book might weigh… 1 oz. 1lbs

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**There are ______ ounces**

Question # 18 There are ______ ounces one pound. 36 oz. 16 oz. 8 oz. 4 oz.

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**On a warm day the temperature might be ____**

Question # 19 On a warm day the temperature might be ____ 65º F 40º F 90º F 20º F

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**Water will freeze if the**

Question # 20 Water will freeze if the Temperature is ____ 65º F 20º F 90º F 80º F

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You are such a smart class!! Thanks for all Your help!! You sure do know how to measure!

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