Math Problems - Feet and Inches

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Grade Level
Elementary School
Subject
Mathematics
Length of Time
30 to 45 minutes
Description

This lesson plan contains math problems on measurements (feet and inches)for students to solve.

Goals

To think about the math problems and solve them
To understand feet and inches
To convert feet to inches and inches to feet

Materials Needed

You will need the worksheet
Pencils and erasers

Procedure

First, you will need to explain feet and inches to the students: (12 inches = 1 foot 24 inches = 2 feet 36 inches = 3 feet). The answer sheet is included.

Then, you will copy the worksheet and give each student a copy. They will solve the problems independently. After that, you can grade them.

Math Problems Worksheet

Part One - Directions: Fill in the blanks.

1. 2 feet + 2 feet = ___________

2. 3 feet + 3 feet + 6 feet = _________ inches.

3. 9 inches + 3 inches = ___________ feet.

4. 2 feet + 3 feet + 4 feet = ___________ feet.

5. 12 feet + 6 feet + 9 feet = ___________ feet.

6. 3 feet + 3 feet = _______________ inches.

7. 12 inches + 12 inches = ____________ feet

8. 18 feet + 12 feet = __________________ feet

9. 9 feet + 12 inches = _________________ feet

10. 24 inches + 24 inches = ______________ feet

Part Two - Directions: Change the following problems into feet plus inches in some problems.

1. 36 inches = ___________

2. 24 inches = ____________

3. 18 inches = ____________

4. 48 inches = ____________

5. 12 inches = ____________

6. 38 inches = ____________

7. 26 inches = ____________

8. 72 inches = ____________

9. 6 inches = _____________

10. 60 inches = ____________ Answer Sheet to the Math Problems on Measurement

1. 4 feet

2. 144 inches

3. one foot

4. 9 feet

5. 27 feet

6. 72 inches

7. 2 feet

8. 30 feet

9. 10 feet

10. 4 feet

Part Two

1. 3 feet

2. 2 feet

3. 1 1/2 feet

4. 4 feet

5. 1 foot

6. 3 feet 2 inches

7. 2 feet 2 inches

8. 6 feet

9. 1/2 foot

10. 5 feet

Grading

100 to 90 = A

89 to 80 = B

79 to 70 = C

69 to 60 = D

Below 60 = F



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