My mathematicians recently measured and worked with place value at the same time. I have Math Their Way to thank for this activity, so I receive no credit except that I fancied up the sheet you'll see soon.
I designated several things in the room that I wanted measured with unifix cubes. All the objects were varying lengths but longer than ten cubes. Partners visited a spot, measured the object with cubes, broke their long train into tens and ones, and placed them on a place value board.
At each station they recorded their results on an Agree or Disagree sheet. The first pair to visit simply wrote their answer in the box at the top. Everyone else who came after them, did their own measuring and then wrote their names in the correct column based on whether they agreed or disagreed. If they disagreed, they had to write the answer they got by their name.
I've used the recording sheet for all kinds of math concepts. It's rather versatile. Feel free to use it as well. Just click on the graphic below.