Lesson Worksheet: Capacity: Non-Standard Units Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice using non-standard units to measure capacity.

Q1:

The jug holds 3 cups of water.

True or False: The volume of a cup is bigger than the volume of the jug.

• ATrue
• BFalse

Q2:

Pick the object whose capacity can be best estimated in gallons.

• A
• B
• C

Q3:

Mohammed filled a jug by pouring in 3 cups of water.

Pick the words that are missing: The volume of the jug is 3 cups.

• Amore than
• Bequal to
• Cless than

Q4:

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.

• Aless than
• Bthe same as
• Cgreater than

Q5:

Fawaz and Kayan took two identical full cups of water and poured 1 cup into each container.

Read what they say. Who is correct?

• A
• B

Q6:

Kayan used jugs to measure the capacity of these three items.

Put the objects in order from the least capacity to the greatest capacity.

• A
• B
• C

Q7:

Which container has more capacity?

• A
• B

Q8:

Omar has a bucket that holds 10 bottles of water and Sarah has a pot that holds 6 bottles of water. Who has the object with the larger capacity?

• ASarah
• BOmar

Q9:

The jug holds 2 cups and the pot holds 6 cups.

Pick the object that has a smaller capacity.

• A
• B

How many jugs can fill the pot?

Q10:

How many units will be left in the bowl after we fill the cup using the bowl?