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Measuring Capacity and Volume: How Much from How Many?

In this worksheet, students begin to link the number of glasses with capacity.

'Measuring Capacity and Volume: How Much from How Many?' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:  Compare Measurements

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet is about pouring glasses of juice into a measuring jug.

 

Here is a glass of juice.

 

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

When we pour the juice from 1 glass into the jug, the level reaches the mark labelled 1.

 

 

 

Example

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

   

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

 

Answer

3 glasses so it will reach the mark labelled 3.

 

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

   

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

Here is one glass of juice.

 

   

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice into the jug?

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

   

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

      

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

        

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

        

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

     

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

     

     

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

     

 

     

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

     

 

     

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

  • Question 1

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

   

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

CORRECT ANSWER
3
EDDIE SAYS
3 glasses will reach the 3 mark.
  • Question 2

Here is one glass of juice.

 

   

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice into the jug?

CORRECT ANSWER
1
EDDIE SAYS
1 glass will reach the 1 mark.
  • Question 3

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

   

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

CORRECT ANSWER
2
EDDIE SAYS
2 glasses will reach the 2 mark.
  • Question 4

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

      

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

CORRECT ANSWER
4
EDDIE SAYS
4 glasses will reach the 4 mark.
  • Question 5

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

        

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

CORRECT ANSWER
5
EDDIE SAYS
5 glasses will reach the 5 mark.
  • Question 6

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

        

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

CORRECT ANSWER
7
EDDIE SAYS
7 glasses will reach the 7 mark.
  • Question 7

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

     

 

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

CORRECT ANSWER
6
EDDIE SAYS
6 glasses will reach the 6 mark.
  • Question 8

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

     

     

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

CORRECT ANSWER
8
EDDIE SAYS
8 glasses will reach the 8 mark.
  • Question 9

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

     

 

     

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

CORRECT ANSWER
10
EDDIE SAYS
10 glasses will reach the 10 mark.
  • Question 10

Here are some glasses of juice.

 

     

 

     

Here is an empty measuring jug.

 

 

Which mark will be reached when we pour all the juice from all the glasses into the jug?

CORRECT ANSWER
9
EDDIE SAYS
9 glasses will reach the 9 mark.
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