# Metric Capacities and Containers: Making Them Match

In this worksheet, students match metric capacities to suitable containers.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Different Measures

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

Remember that the capacity of...

• A teaspoon is approximately 5 ml
• A glass is approximately 200 ml
• A can of lemonade is approximately 330 ml
• A milk carton is approximately 1000 ml or 1 l
• A large watering can is approximately 12 l

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

330 ml

a bath

a teaspoon

a can of drink

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

20 litres

a bath

a dishwasher

a can of drink

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

4 litres

a watering can

a dishwasher

a can of drink

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

1000 ml

a large watering can

a dishwasher

a carton of juice

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

500 ml

a large watering can

a bath

a bottle of shampoo

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

150 ml

a small glass

a bath

a large bottle of shampoo

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

3 litres

a small glass

a bath

a saucepan

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

2500000 litres

a small glass

a bath

an Olympic swimming pool

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

100 l

a tube of toothpaste

a bath

an Olympic swimming pool

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

100 ml

a tube of toothpaste

a bath

an Olympic swimming pool

• Question 1

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

330 ml

a can of drink
EDDIE SAYS
A teaspoon is approximately 5 ml A glass is approximately 200 ml A can of lemonade is approximately 330 ml A milk carton is approximately 1000 ml or 1 l A large watering can is approximately 12 l
• Question 2

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

20 litres

a dishwasher
EDDIE SAYS
A teaspoon is approximately 5 ml A glass is approximately 200 ml A can of lemonade is approximately 330 ml A milk carton is approximately 1000 ml or 1 l A large watering can is approximately 12 l
• Question 3

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

4 litres

a watering can
EDDIE SAYS
A teaspoon is approximately 5 ml A glass is approximately 200 ml A can of lemonade is approximately 330 ml A milk carton is approximately 1000 ml or 1 l A large watering can is approximately 12 l
• Question 4

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

1000 ml

a carton of juice
EDDIE SAYS
A teaspoon is approximately 5 ml A glass is approximately 200 ml A can of lemonade is approximately 330 ml A milk carton is approximately 1000 ml or 1 l A large watering can is approximately 12 l
• Question 5

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

500 ml

a bottle of shampoo
EDDIE SAYS
A teaspoon is approximately 5 ml A glass is approximately 200 ml A can of lemonade is approximately 330 ml A milk carton is approximately 1000 ml or 1 l A large watering can is approximately 12 l
• Question 6

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

150 ml

a small glass
EDDIE SAYS
A teaspoon is approximately 5 ml A glass is approximately 200 ml A can of lemonade is approximately 330 ml A milk carton is approximately 1000 ml or 1 l A large watering can is approximately 12 l
• Question 7

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

3 litres

a saucepan
EDDIE SAYS
A teaspoon is approximately 5 ml A glass is approximately 200 ml A can of lemonade is approximately 330 ml A milk carton is approximately 1000 ml or 1 l A large watering can is approximately 12 l
• Question 8

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

2500000 litres

an Olympic swimming pool
EDDIE SAYS
A teaspoon is approximately 5 ml A glass is approximately 200 ml A can of lemonade is approximately 330 ml A milk carton is approximately 1000 ml or 1 l A large watering can is approximately 12 l
• Question 9

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

100 l

a bath
EDDIE SAYS
A teaspoon is approximately 5 ml A glass is approximately 200 ml A can of lemonade is approximately 330 ml A milk carton is approximately 1000 ml or 1 l A large watering can is approximately 12 l
• Question 10

Match the following capacity to its container or use.

100 ml

a tube of toothpaste
EDDIE SAYS
A teaspoon is approximately 5 ml A glass is approximately 200 ml A can of lemonade is approximately 330 ml A milk carton is approximately 1000 ml or 1 l A large watering can is approximately 12 l
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