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Common Core For Grade 4

Examples, solutions, and videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to create conversion tables for length, weight, and capacity units using measurement tools, and use the tables to solve problems.

Topic A: Measurement Conversion Tables

Common Core Standards: 4.OA.1, 4.OA.2, 4.MD.1, 4.NBT.5, 4.MD.2

Lesson 1 Problem Set

Lesson 1 Homework

- Complete the tables.
- Solve.

a. 2 yards 2 inches = __________ inches

b. 9 yards 10 inches = __________ inches

c. 4 yards 2 feet = __________ feet

d. 13 yards 1 foot = __________ feet

e. 17 feet 2 inches = __________ inches

f. 11 yards 1 foot = __________ feet

g. 15 yards 2 feet = __________ feet

h. 5 yards 2 feet = __________ inches - Ally has a piece of string that is 6 yards 2 feet long. How many inches of string does she have?
- Complete the table. 5 Renee’s baby sister weighs 7 pounds 2 ounces. How many ounces does her sister weigh?

Lesson 2 Problem Set

Lesson 2 Homework

Use the RDW process to solve Problems 1–3.

- Dawn needs to pour 3 gallons of water into her fish tank. She only has a 1-cup measuring cup. How many cups of water should she put in the tank?
- Julia has 4 gallons 2 quarts of water. Ally needs the same amount of water but only has 12 quarts. How much more water does Ally need?
- Sean drank 2 liters of water today, which was 280 milliliters more than he drank yesterday. How much water did he drink yesterday?
- Complete the tables.
- Solve.

a. 6 gallons 3 quarts = __________ quarts

b. 12 gallons 2 quarts = __________ quarts

c. 5 quarts 1 pint = __________ pints

d. 13 quarts 3 pints = __________ cups

e. 17 gallons 2 quarts = __________ pints

f. 27 gallons 3 quarts = __________ cups - Explain how you solved Problem 5(f).
- Answer “true” or “false” for the following statements. If your answer is false, make the statement true by correcting the right side of the comparison.

a. 2 quarts > 10 pints

b. 6 liters = 6,000 milliliters

c. 16 cups < 4 quarts 1 cup - Joey needs to buy 3 quarts of chocolate milk. The store only sells it in pint containers. How many pints of chocolate milk should he buy? Explain how you know.
- Granny Smith made punch. She used 2 pints of ginger ale, 3 pints of fruit punch, and 1 pint of orange juice. She served the punch in glasses that had a capacity of 1 cup. How many cups can she fill?

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