5th Grade Measurement Worksheet

In 5th Grade Measurement Worksheet we will solve how to convert metric units, compare the measurements and word problems on measurements.

I. Convert the following:

(i) 1 kilogram = ……………. hectogram

(ii) 1 hectogram = ……………. decigram

(iii) 1 centigram = ……………. decameter

(iv) 1 decimeter = ……………. hectometer

(v) 5 decagram = ……………. decigram

(vi) 10 deciliter = ……………. milliliter

(vii) 200 milliliter = ……………. deciliter

(viii) 7 hectogram = ……………. Kilogram

II. Convert the following:

(i) \(\frac{3}{4}\) cm in  millimeter

(ii) \(\frac{1}{2}\) liter in cl

(iii) \(\frac{4}{5}\) km in m

(iv) \(\frac{2}{5}\) kg in dag

(v) \(\frac{1}{2}\) dm in mm

III. Compare the given measurements:

(i) 0.047 dg ……………. 470 mg

(ii) 80 l ……………. 800 hl

(iii) 5.7 kg ……………. 5936 g

(iv) 17.2 m ……………. 172 cm

(v) 386 mm ……………. 3.86 cm

(vi) 108 g ……………. 11800 cg

IV. Simplify the following:

(i) 44 l 325 ml + 65 l 811 ml

(ii) 85 hl – 28 hl 34l

(iii) 6 km 23 m + 12 km 16 m + 9 km 32 m

(iv) 47 km 296 m × 8

(v) 65 kg 327 g + 11 kg 65 g + 82 kg 75 g

(vi) 65 dag × 5

(vii) 35 dam 34 cm – 18 dam 72 cm

(viii) 201 l 384 ml ÷ 9

(ix) 77 km 33 m – 62 km 478 m

(x) 45 km 60 m ÷ 15

V. Choose the correct answer from the given options:

(i) A jug of capacity 3 liters can be filled upto the halfway mark by pouring 5 full cups of water into it. What is the capacity of the cup?

(a) 100 ml

(b) 200 l

(c) 300 ml

(d) 400 ml

(ii) A bag of wheat weighs 25 kg and a bag of tea weighs 2 kg. What will be the total weight of 5 bags of wheat and 3 bags of tea?

(a) 125 kg

(b) 131 kg

(c) 6 kg

(d) 155 kg

(iii) If each block weighs 1 kg, what is the weight of the given figure?

(a) 12 kg

(b) 13 kg

(c) 14 kg

(d) 15 kg

(iv) The weight of 12 bananas is equal to that of 3 pineapples? How many bananas will weigh equal to 9 pineapples?

(a) 12

(b) 224

(c) 36

(d) 60

VI. Word problems on Measurement:

(i) \(\frac{1}{10}\) part of a length of 34.6 m is …………….

(ii) What should be the measure of glass if we want to pour 5 l of water in 5 glasses?

(iii) Ron has 400 m of a cloth. He cut \(\frac{3}{4}\) of it. What length of cloth was cut and what length is left?

(i) Sharon walks for 18.5 km daily. How many meters does she walk in a week?

(ii) Sam bought 50 kg of vegetables. He used 41 kg 83 g of vegetables for preparing community lunch. How much vegetable is still left with him?

(iii) Rose drinks 4 l 85 ml of water daily and Jon drinks 4315 ml of water daily. Who drinks more water and by how much?


I. (i) 10

(ii) 1000

(iii) 0.001

(iv) 0.001

(v) 500

(vi) 1000

(vii) 2

(viii) 0.7

II. 7.5 mm

(ii) 50 cl

(iii) 800 m

(iv) 40 dag

(v) 50 mm

III. (i) <

(ii) <

(iii) <

(iv) >

(v) >

(vi) <

IV. (i) 110.136 l

(ii) 56.66 hl

(iii) 27.071 km

(iv) 378.368 km

(v) 158.467 kg

(vi) 325 dag

(vii) 16.962 dam

(viii) 22.376 l

(ix) 14.555 km

(x) 3 km 4 m

V. (i) (c) 300 ml

(ii) (b) 131 kg

(iii) (d) 15 kg

(iv) (c) 36

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VI. (i) 3.46 m

(ii) 1 l

(iii) 300 m, 100 m

(iv) 129.5 km

(v) 8.917 kg

(vi) Jon, 230 ml

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