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# MEASUREMENT Vocabula

### MEASUREMENT Vocabulary

Area The space inside a shape.
Capacity How much something can hold.
Centimeter A small unit to measure length, about as wide as a pencil's width.
Cup A unit used to measure volume, especially for cooking.
Degree A unit for measuring temperature or angles.
Foot A unit to measure length, about as long as a grown-up's foot.
Gram A tiny weight used to measure how heavy something is.
Height How tall something is.
Inch A small unit of measure, about the length of the top of your thumb.
Kilogram A bigger weight, like the weight of a big dictionary.
Liter A unit to measure how much liquid there is.
Meter A longer unit to measure length, like the height of a door.
Milliliter A very small amount of liquid.
Ounce A tiny weight, about the weight of a slice of bread.
Perimeter The distance all the way around a shape.
Pint A unit for measuring liquid, bigger than a cup but smaller than a quart.
Pound A unit to measure how heavy something is, like a bag of sugar.
Quart A unit to measure liquid, larger than a pint.
Rectangle A shape with four sides and four corners, where opposite sides are the same length.
Scale A tool used to find out how heavy something is.
Square A shape with four equal sides and four corners.
Temperature How hot or cold something is.
Ton A very big weight, like the weight of a small car.
Volume How much space something takes up.
Weight How heavy something is.
Yard A longer unit to measure length, used in measuring fabric or for the length of a football field.
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