This worksheet contains four numbered items-three pencils and one eraser-each with a corresponding row of paperclip icons beside them. Students are instructed to measure the length of each object using the paperclip icons as a non-standard unit of measure and to write the number of paperclips in the provided square next to each item. The worksheet is neatly organized with clear illustrations, making it easy for students to follow along and complete the measuring activity.
The worksheet is intended to teach students how to measure objects using non-standard units, which in this exercise are represented by paperclip icons. It helps students understand that measurement can be quantified by counting consistent, repeated units. By recording their findings, students practice writing numbers and gain familiarity with numerical values associated with lengths. This activity also encourages the development of comparison skills, as students can compare the lengths of different objects by observing the number of paperclips alongside each one.