**Instructions**

Before the invention of the metric system there were many different ways to measure length, mass, volume and speed. Match these eighteenth century units of measurement to the type of measurement. You will find help with this task **here.**

**1.** Drag the pencil next to the part to a description.

**2.** Use the **Check** button to check your answers.

**3.** Use the **Reset** button to start again.

inch | A unit of volume for measuring dry goods such as grain |

knot | A unit of mass for measuring gun powder about 30gm. |

gill | A unit of volume for measuring liquids about 118mL |

Bushel | A unit of speed equal to 1.852 km per hour |

Chain | A unit of length about 2.4cm |

ounce | A unit of lenght about 20m |