**Use these posters to assist your students to learn and convert the different units of measurement.**

Use this teaching resource when exploring units of measurement and making conversions.

Students can refer to these mathematics posters when performing conversions between units of measurement.

Posters for length, mass, capacity, area and time are included. Examples of conversions are also included.

Adrian Landherr·Hello. Great resource; however, noted that on 'Calculating Units of Mass' page that states grams to milligrams should be multiplied by 10. Should read 'multiplied by 1000'.

Bronwyn·Hi Adrian. Thanks for picking this up, we're onto it!

Andrea Campanella·I am confused, one kilobyte is equal to 1024 bytes or 1000 bytes? I see different opinions about this definition, for example https://www.gbmb.org/kb-to-bytes http://www.global-converter.com/main-data-quantity-converter/ https://www.to-convert.com/en/computer/convert-kb-to-byte.php I understand there are different definitions, my question is which one of the two is commonly used.

Gavin Morrow·1024 is 2 to the 10th power - it is a binary number used in computing 0's & 1's

Trish (Teach Starter)·Hi Andrea, on kilobyte is equal to 1000 bytes most commonly.

Mike Healy·can you make a converting uits of measurements poster that has the calculations on it?

Bronwyn·Hi again, Mike! I've gone ahead and created a change request on your behalf, please vote on this link (the more votes your change request gets, the sooner we can get on it). https://www.teachstarter.com/au/request/change-converting-units-of-measurement-posters/

Bronwyn·Hello, Mike. Thanks for your change suggestion, I will pass this on to our resource team. Have a great day!

Sally Arthur·Could this be made as portrait versions?

Kristian·Hi Sally, thank you for your message and for your suggestion. Please feel free to suggest it via the Changes & Updates tab above. Your request will be voted on by the community. Each week, our team creates the most popular request. If your request hits the top of the list, we’ll be happy to make it for you!

Jade Summers·I think you have made an error with the volume, it should actually be titled capacity (how much something holds). Volume is the amount f space an object occupies.