1centimeter = 10 millimeters

1 decimeter = 10 centimeters

1 meter = 10 decimeters

1 kilometer = 1000 meters

- Which unit should you use to measure how tall your room is?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Which unit should you use to measure length of a paper clip?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Which unit should you use to measure the distance to the North Pole?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Which unit should you use to measure the length of a park bench?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Which unit should you use to measure the length the playground?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Which unit should you use to measure the height of a box of cereal?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Which unit should you use to measure the length of a cricket?
- Which unit should you use to measure distance from New York to Los Angles?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Which unit should you use to measure distance a car travels in one hour?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Which unit should you use to measure a cat's tail?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Which unit should you use to measure a river?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Which unit should you use to measure a fingernail?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Which unit should you use to measure the height of a giraffe?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Which unit should you use to measure the distance of a marathon race?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Which unit should you use to measure a lady bug?
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- An earthworm is about 10 ---- long.
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- The distance from Denver to Kansas City is 1,030 ---- long.
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Your arm is about 1 ---- long.
- A needle is about 25 ---- long.
- A piece of chalk is about 1 ---- long.
- millimeter
- centimeter
- decimeter
- meter
- kilometer

- Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

6 meters = _____ centimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

25 centimeters = ____ millimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

400 centimeters = _____ meters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

90 millimeters = ____ centimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

8 meters = _____ centimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

5000 millimeters = _____ meters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

1 meter = _____ decimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

2000 meters = _____ kilometers - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

6000 meters = _____ kilometers - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

2 decimeters = _____ millimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

6 meters = _____ millimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

4 kilometers = _____ meters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

80 decimeters = _____ meters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

3 meters= _____ millimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

8 centimeters = _____ millimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

7 meters = _____ decimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

3000 millimeters = _____ meters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

40 millimeters = _____ centimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

7 meters= _____ millimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

70 millimeters = _____ centimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

6 centimeters= ____ millimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

10 millimeters = _____ centimeters - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

Sam hurt his leg in a car accident. His therapist wants him to walk 20 meters each day for 3 weeks. How many meters will Sam walk after three weeks of therapy? - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

Steven's pencil was 20 centimeters long. Each time he sharpened his pencil is lost 3 centimeters in length. How long would it be after he sharpened it 4 times? - Rule to Remember -

If you are changing from a large unit to a smaller one (Example: decimeter to meter) you should multiply.

If you are changing from a small unit to a larger one (Example: kilometer to meter) you should divide.

David travels 8 kilometer each day to work. If he returns home without making any stops how many kilometers will he travel to and from work in 5 day work week?