# 5th Grade Common Core: 5.MD.1

Common Core Identifier: 5.MD.1 / Grade: 5
Curriculum: Measurement And Data: Convert Like Measurement Units Within A Given Measurement System.
Detail: Convert among different-sized standard measurement units within a given measurement system (e.g., convert 5 cm to 0.05 m), and use these conversions in solving multi-step, real world problems.
59 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
In & out boxes and word problems for converting to and from milliliters and liters
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Complete the table and answer the standard measurement word problems.
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Measure centimeters and millimeters, convert from centimeters to millimeters, circle the greater length, and more.  2-sided sheet could be a review or a quiz.
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Convert weight amounts to and from grams and  kilograms.
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Convert to and from milliliters and liters; Advanced conversions include decimal numbers
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Convert to and from pounds and ounces and tons.
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A slightly harder version of the worksheet above; Convert weight amounts to and from grams and  kilograms; Includes decimal numbers
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Convert to and from tons and pounds and ounces.  Includes half units.
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Convert from milliliters to liters and vice-versa; Easy conversions do not include decimal numbers
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Choose the best weight estimate (lb, oz., and tons) for each of the nine pictures shown.
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Complete the table and find equivalent measurements.
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Determine whether each is best measured in milliliters or liters
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These worksheets reinforce key 5th grade math skills. Topics include reading and interpreting a bar graph and converting measurements.
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These word problems include a mix of inches, feet, and yards.
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Use these task cards with your class to help them practice converting between meters and kilometers.
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With these flash cards, students will be able to practice measuring objects to the nearest centimeter.
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These word problems reinforce math skills having to do with converting inches, feet, and yards.
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Use this worksheet to help your students practice using a ruler and measuring to the nearest centimeter.
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Practice calculating volume, converting pounds to ounces, and more with this last set of 5th grade daily word problems.
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Help students work on their conversion skills with this worksheet, which includes fractions of halves and thirds.
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These basic conversions include only whole numbers and the units millimeter, centimeter, and meter.
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Have students practice converting between inches, feet, yards, and miles with this worksheet. It includes 10 simple conversion problems and 2 word problems.
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These task cards reinforce key skills related to converting pounds and ounces.
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The conversions on this worksheet include decimals.
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This set of daily word problems reinforces key math skills, including reading and interpreting a pay stub.
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These basic conversions are made up entirely of whole numbers.
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Practice converting linear metric measurements. Includes decimals.
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This week, your pupils will work on adding and simplifying fractions, identifying acute/obtuse/right angles, finding the unknown side of a rectangle when given the perimeter, and converting mixed numbers to improper fractions.
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Use these task cards to help students practice a variety of problems on converting inches, feet, and yards.
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With this worksheet, students will practice using a ruler and measuring to the nearest centimeter and millimeter.
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This conversion worksheet includes decimals and two multi-step word problems.
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This set of 5th grade daily word problems features a line plot, units of measurement conversions, and multiplying fractions.
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Use this worksheet to help students become familiar with converting metric linear units.
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This worksheet has several styles of questions, including a table to fill in, word problems, and simple conversions.
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Have your students cut out these flash cards and use them to practice measuring objects to the nearest centimeter and millimeter.
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This worksheet includes word problems having to do with converting between pounds, ounces, and tons.
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Practice measuring with centimeters and millimeters with this worksheet.
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This set of 30 task cards features a variety of conversion problems, including simple conversions, comparing measurements of different units, and word problems.
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This worksheet has 12 simple conversion problems and 2 word problems.
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Convert from pounds and ounces to ounces and vice versa.
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The conversion problems on this worksheet include only whole numbers.
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A page of word problems for measuring weight in grams and kilograms.
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With these worksheets, students will convert teaspoons to cups and cups to gallons, perform equations with mixed numbers or decimals, and more.
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Use these task cards to help students practice converting between centimeters, millimeters, and meters.
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This variety worksheet includes larger numbers than the basic worksheet, fractions, and multi-step word problems.
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Using the rules of perimeter for a triangle, students will calculate the missing length on each triangle. Some of the triangles on this worksheet require converting between metric units and adding and subtracting decimals.
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A set of word problems that require students to convert weights from oz to lbs and lbs to oz.
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This worksheet includes two word problems in addition to the basic conversion questions.
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Use this worksheet to have students practice measuring to the nearest centimeter.
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Use these task cards with students to help them practice converting between pounds, ounces, and tons.
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Measure each line segment to the nearest centimeter.
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Measure the length of each object to the nearest millimeter using the given ruler.
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Measure the length of each of these objects to the nearest mm using the ruler illustration.
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Measure each of the objects to the nearest cm using the shown ruler
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Circle the best mass estimate (grams and kilograms) for each of the objects pictured.
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A more challenging set of word problems related to measuring weight.
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Determine which of the amounts given is the larger one.  (example: 8,000 mL or 80 L?)
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Measure each of the line segments to the nearest mm.
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Measure each object to the nearest centimeter using the ruler shown
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