A clever visual known as "Measurement Man" is used to relate the number of units used to measure an object. Fourth graders fill in blanks with the correct numbers to show how many cups in a pint, how many quarts in a gallon, and other quantities.
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Comparing Non-Standard Unit to Measurement for Capacity
Students compare units of measurement. In this liquid measurements lesson, students experiment with the standard liter unit of measurement compared to non-standard measurements. They divide of up into 3 groups and each group performs a...
3rd - 4th Math
Represent Liquid Volume Measurement Quantities Using Diagrams
In the second of five videos, an instructor walks through how to show liquid volume measurements by creating diagrams with a scale that fits the problem. A review of diagrams kicks off the lesson. The kids will be familiar with several,...
7 mins 3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Designed
Mind Your Pints and Quarts: Making Sense of Liquid Measurement
Students convert among liquid measurement units. For this measurement lesson, students use Visual Thesaurus to gather information about customary units for liquid measure such as cup, pint, and quart, then students practice converting...
3rd - 8th Math