Lesson: Nonstandard Units of Volume and Capacity Elementary School Mathematics 1st Grade • JUMPMath 3.2 • Part 2 of 2 • Assessment & Practice • US EditionMathematics
In this lesson, we will learn how to measure capacity with nonstandard units and to use our measurements to compare the capacity of objects.
Sample Question Videos
David filled a jug by pouring in 3 cups of water.
Pick the words that are missing: The volume of the jug is 3 cups.
Capacity is the amount that objects can hold. Finish the sentences to compare the capacity of the saucepan and the pot.
Fill in the blank: The saucepan holds .
Fill in the blank: The pot holds .
Fill in the blank: The capacity of the pot is the capacity of the saucepan.
Anthony poured water into two fishbowls.
He found the volume of water in each bowl.
One jug holds two cups of water.
Show Anthony the volume of the fishbowl in cups.
Which bowl contains more water?