Measuring. Metric Units: Capacity. By Rosi Barron. <--- To Teacher Page. Fifth Grade Measuring: Metric Measuring Capacity Tips: -Teachers, please read through the whole presentation prior to the activity. -Each activity is meant to be used in addition to your classroom teaching.
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Metric Units: Capacity
By Rosi Barron
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-Teachers, please read through the whole presentation prior to the activity.
-Each activity is meant to be used in addition to your classroom teaching.
-Each activity includes a journal component.
Units of Capacity
1,000 milliliters (mL) = 1 Liter (L)
250 milliliters = 1 metric cup
Journal each time you see this notepad..
The total capacity of 3 soda cans is about 1L. --->
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For each item write mL or Land then tell why you chose this measurement as the most reasonable.
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Each of these could be measured by using mL. ----->
<------ Each of these could be measured by using L.
Journal how the group of smaller containers might be measured in L ------->