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

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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

Help Needed!!! Mr. Measuring Monster needs some help
He needs your help with some measurements. Do you think you can help him out?

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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