Related Topics:

Lesson Plans and Worksheets for Grade 4

Lesson Plans and Worksheets for all Grades

More Lessons for Grade 4

Common Core For Grade 4

### NYS Common Core Grade 4, Module 2, Lesson 4

Download worksheets for Grade 4, Module 2, Lesson 4

Examples, solutions, and videos to help Grade 4 students know and relate metric units to place value units in order to express measurements in different units.

Common Core Standards: 4.MD.1, 4.MD.2

Lesson 4 Problem Set

1. Complete the following table.

2. Fill in the units in word form.

a. 429 is 4 hundreds 29 _________________.

b. 429 cm is 4_____________ 29 cm.

c. 2,456 is 2 ________________ 456 ones.

d. 2,456 m is 2 ____________ 456 m.

e. 13,709 is _________ thousands 709 ones.

f. 13,709 g is 13 kg 709 __________.

3. Fill in the missing number.

a. ____________ is 456 thousands 829 ones.

b. _____________mL is 456 L 829 mL.

5. Compare using >, <, or =.

a. 893,503 mL ( ) 89 L 353 mL

b. 410 km ( ) 3 m 4,103 m

c. 5,339 m ( ) 533,900 cm

6. Place the following measurements on the number line:

2 km 415 m

2,379 m

2 km 305 m

245,500 cm

7. Place the following measurements on the number line:

2 kg 900 g

3,500 g

1 kg 500 g

2,900 g

750 g

Lesson 4 Homework

1. Complete the following table.

2. Fill in the missing unit in word form.

a. 135 is 1 _________________ 35 ones.

b. 135 cm is 1 _____________ 35 cm.

c. 1,215 is 1 ______________ 215 ones.

d. 1,215 m is 1 ____________ 215 m.

e. 12,350 is ______ thousands 350 ones.

f. 12,350 g is 12 kg 350 _____________.

3. Write the missing number.

a. _________________ is 125 thousands 312 ones.

b. _______________mL is 125 L 312 mL.

4. Fill in each with >, < or =.

a. 890,353 mL ____ 89 L 353 mL

b. 2 km 13 m _____ 2,103 m

5. Brandon’s backpack weighs 3,140 grams. Brandon weighs 22 kilograms 610 grams more than his backpack. If Brandon were to stand on a scale wearing his backpack, what would the weight read?

6. Place the following measurements on the number line:

3 km, 275 m, 3,500 m, 3 km, 5 m, 394,000 cm

7. Place the following measurements on the number line:

1 kg 379 g

3,079 g

2 kg 79 g

3,579 g

579 g

Lesson Plans and Worksheets for Grade 4

Lesson Plans and Worksheets for all Grades

More Lessons for Grade 4

Common Core For Grade 4

Examples, solutions, and videos to help Grade 4 students know and relate metric units to place value units in order to express measurements in different units.

Common Core Standards: 4.MD.1, 4.MD.2

Lesson 4 Problem Set

1. Complete the following table.

2. Fill in the units in word form.

a. 429 is 4 hundreds 29 _________________.

b. 429 cm is 4_____________ 29 cm.

c. 2,456 is 2 ________________ 456 ones.

d. 2,456 m is 2 ____________ 456 m.

e. 13,709 is _________ thousands 709 ones.

f. 13,709 g is 13 kg 709 __________.

3. Fill in the missing number.

a. ____________ is 456 thousands 829 ones.

b. _____________mL is 456 L 829 mL.

5. Compare using >, <, or =.

a. 893,503 mL ( ) 89 L 353 mL

b. 410 km ( ) 3 m 4,103 m

c. 5,339 m ( ) 533,900 cm

6. Place the following measurements on the number line:

2 km 415 m

2,379 m

2 km 305 m

245,500 cm

7. Place the following measurements on the number line:

2 kg 900 g

3,500 g

1 kg 500 g

2,900 g

750 g

1. Complete the following table.

2. Fill in the missing unit in word form.

a. 135 is 1 _________________ 35 ones.

b. 135 cm is 1 _____________ 35 cm.

c. 1,215 is 1 ______________ 215 ones.

d. 1,215 m is 1 ____________ 215 m.

e. 12,350 is ______ thousands 350 ones.

f. 12,350 g is 12 kg 350 _____________.

3. Write the missing number.

a. _________________ is 125 thousands 312 ones.

b. _______________mL is 125 L 312 mL.

4. Fill in each with >, < or =.

a. 890,353 mL ____ 89 L 353 mL

b. 2 km 13 m _____ 2,103 m

5. Brandon’s backpack weighs 3,140 grams. Brandon weighs 22 kilograms 610 grams more than his backpack. If Brandon were to stand on a scale wearing his backpack, what would the weight read?

6. Place the following measurements on the number line:

3 km, 275 m, 3,500 m, 3 km, 5 m, 394,000 cm

7. Place the following measurements on the number line:

1 kg 379 g

3,079 g

2 kg 79 g

3,579 g

579 g

Try the free Mathway calculator and
problem solver below to practice various math topics. Try the given examples, or type in your own
problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations.

We welcome your feedback, comments and questions about this site or page. Please submit your feedback or enquiries via our Feedback page.