 # Units of Measure: Kilograms and Grams

In this worksheet, students state how many grams there are in masses given in kilograms and grams. Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:   Convert Between Metric Measurements

Difficulty level:   ### QUESTION 1 of 10

Remember that there are 1000 grams in a kilogram.

So, given a mass in kg, we multiply by 1000 to convert this to g.

Examples:

6.2 kg = 6.2 x 1000 = 6200 g

6.25 kg = 6.25 x 1000 = 6250 g

6.025 kg = 6.025 x 1000 = 6025 g

6 kg 20 g = 6 x 1000 + 20 = 6020 g

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Convert this mass to grams:

2.5 kg

(just write the number)

Convert this mass to grams:

4.5 kg

(just write the number)

Convert this mass to grams:

4.54 kg

(just write the number)

Convert this mass to grams:

9.14 kg

(just write the number)

Convert this mass to grams:

7.07 kg

(just write the number)

Convert this mass to grams:

5.051 kg

(just write the number)

Convert this mass to grams:

15.6 kg

(just write the number)

Convert this mass to grams:

13.06 kg

(just write the number)

Convert this mass to grams:

2 kg 2 g

(just write the number)

Convert this mass to grams:

30 kg 30 g

(just write the number)

• Question 1

Convert this mass to grams:

2.5 kg

(just write the number)

2500
EDDIE SAYS
2.5 kg = 2.5 x 1000 = 2500 g
• Question 2

Convert this mass to grams:

4.5 kg

(just write the number)

4500
EDDIE SAYS
4.5 x 1000 = 4500
• Question 3

Convert this mass to grams:

4.54 kg

(just write the number)

4540
EDDIE SAYS
4.54 x 1000 = 4540
• Question 4

Convert this mass to grams:

9.14 kg

(just write the number)

9140
EDDIE SAYS
9.14 x 1000 = 9140
• Question 5

Convert this mass to grams:

7.07 kg

(just write the number)

7070
EDDIE SAYS
7.07 x 1000 = 7070
• Question 6

Convert this mass to grams:

5.051 kg

(just write the number)

5051
EDDIE SAYS
5.051 x 1000 = 5051
• Question 7

Convert this mass to grams:

15.6 kg

(just write the number)

15600
EDDIE SAYS
15.6 x 1000 = 15600
• Question 8

Convert this mass to grams:

13.06 kg

(just write the number)

13060
EDDIE SAYS
13.06 x 1000 = 13060
• Question 9

Convert this mass to grams:

2 kg 2 g

(just write the number)

2002
EDDIE SAYS
2 kg 2 g = 2 x 1000 + 2 = 2002 g
• Question 10

Convert this mass to grams:

30 kg 30 g

(just write the number)

30030
EDDIE SAYS
30 kg 30 g = 30 x 1000 + 30 = 30030 g
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