This worksheet features a collection of everyday objects, including a protractor, glove, bandage, radio, and an assortment of pencils and crayons, along with a ruler at the bottom that is intended to be cut out. The instructions are clear: cut out the ruler and measure the length of each object. The ruler is marked up to six units, suggesting a measurement scale in centimeters. This setup provides students with a tangible way to practice measuring objects using a ruler.
The worksheet is designed to teach students how to measure objects with a scale. It introduces the practical use of a ruler, a fundamental instrument in mathematics, for measuring length. Through this activity, students learn to associate numerical values with physical lengths and develop their fine motor skills by cutting and handling the ruler. Additionally, this exercise helps familiarize students with the metric system, enhancing their understanding of centimeters as a unit of measurement.