# Lesson Worksheet: Choosing Milliliters or Liters Mathematics • 3rd Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice how to choose between liters and milliliters to measure the capacity of containers in.

Q1:

Choose the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a bucket in order to avoid very large numbers or small decimals.

• Amillilitre
• Bliter

Q2:

Choose the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a wading pool in order to avoid very large numbers or small decimals.

• AMilliliter
• BLiter

Q3:

Choose the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a spoon in order to avoid very large numbers or small decimals.

• Alitre
• Bmilliliter

Q4:

Choose the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a juice box in order to avoid very large numbers or small decimals.

• AMilliliter
• BLiter

Q5:

Pick the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a barrel of water.

• ALiter
• BMilliliter

Q6:

Which unit is best to measure the capacity of a tube of glue in order to avoid very large numbers or small decimals? • AMilliliters
• BLiters

Q7:

Choose the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a fish tank in order to avoid very large numbers or small decimals.

• AMilliliter
• BLiter

Q8:

Choose the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a pot of soup in order to avoid very large numbers or small decimals.

• AMilliliter
• BLiter

Q9:

Pick the object whose capacity can be most appropriately measured by liters.

• A • B • C Q10:

Pick the object whose capacity can be most appropriately measured in milliliters.

• A • B • C • D 