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Units of Measure: Changing to Smaller Units

This worksheet tests the conversion of measurements into smaller units

'Units of Measure: Changing to Smaller Units' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:  Convert Between Metric Measurements

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, we will learn how to convert measurements into smaller units.

 

For Example:

Different weights

 

1 tonne (t) = 1000 kilograms (kg) so 12 t = 12 x 1000 = 12000 kg

1 litre (l) = 100 centilitres (cl) so 4 l = 4 x 100 = 400 cl

1 centilitre (cl) = 10 millilitres (ml) so 9 cl = 9 x 10 = 90 ml

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

24 l  =  __________ cl

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

8 cl  =  __________ ml

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

2 cl  =  __________ ml

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

18 l  =  __________ cl

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

7 cl  =  __________ ml

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

17 l  =  __________ cl

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

22 l  =  __________ cl

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

8 l  =  __________ cl

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

9 t  =  __________ kg

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

18 t  =  __________ kg

  • Question 1

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

24 l  =  __________ cl

CORRECT ANSWER
2400
EDDIE SAYS
1 litre (l) = 100 centilitres (cl) so 24 l = 24 x 100 = 2400 cl
  • Question 2

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

8 cl  =  __________ ml

CORRECT ANSWER
80
EDDIE SAYS
1 centilitre (cl) = 10 millilitres (ml) so 8 cl = 8 x 10 = 80 ml
  • Question 3

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

2 cl  =  __________ ml

CORRECT ANSWER
20
EDDIE SAYS
1 centilitre (cl) = 10 millilitres (ml) so 2 cl = 2 x 10 = 20 ml
  • Question 4

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

18 l  =  __________ cl

CORRECT ANSWER
1800
EDDIE SAYS
1 litre (l) = 100 centilitres (cl) so 18 l = 18 x 100 = 1800 cl
  • Question 5

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

7 cl  =  __________ ml

CORRECT ANSWER
70
EDDIE SAYS
1 centilitre (cl) = 10 millilitres (ml) so 7 cl = 7 x 10 = 70 ml
  • Question 6

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

17 l  =  __________ cl

CORRECT ANSWER
1700
EDDIE SAYS
1 litre (l) = 100 centilitres (cl) so 17 l = 17 x 100 = 1700 cl
  • Question 7

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

22 l  =  __________ cl

CORRECT ANSWER
2200
EDDIE SAYS
1 litre (l) = 100 centilitres (cl) so 22 l = 22 x 100 = 2200 cl
  • Question 8

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

8 l  =  __________ cl

CORRECT ANSWER
800
EDDIE SAYS
1 litre (l) = 100 centilitres (cl) so 8 l = 8 x 100 = 800 cl
  • Question 9

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

9 t  =  __________ kg

CORRECT ANSWER
9000
EDDIE SAYS
1 tonne (t) = 1000 kilograms (kg) so 9 t = 9 x 1000 = 9000 kg
  • Question 10

Change these measurements into smaller units.    

18 t  =  __________ kg

CORRECT ANSWER
18000
EDDIE SAYS
1 tonne (t) = 1000 kilograms (kg) so 18 t = 18 x 1000 = 18000 kg
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