# Lesson Worksheet: Converting Capacity: Liters and Milliliters Mathematics • 3rd Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice measuring capacity using mixed units, converting between capacities using partitioning, and comparing capacities given in liters and milliliters.

Q1:

True or False: 1 L and .

• AFalse
• BTrue

Q2:

Fill in the blank: and milliliters.

Q3:

Complete the following: and 44 milliliters.

Q4:

Compare using , , or : 1 L and 770 mL  1,770 mL.

• A
• B
• C

Q5:

David says “4 liters and 350 milliliters are more than 4,334 milliliters.” Jackson says “No, 4,334 milliliters are more than 4 liters and 350 milliliters.” Who is correct?

• BJackson

Q6:

What is 5‎ ‎000 millilitres in litres?

Q7:

Convert 2 liters to milliliters.

Q8:

Which of the following is the greatest capacity?

• A4,025 mL
• B4 L and 552 mL
• C4 L and 665 mL
• D4,206 mL

Q9:

Complete the following: and mL.

• A156, 3
• B1, 563
• C563, 1
• D15, 63

Q10:

Order the following capacities from least to greatest: 3 L and 540 mL; 4,660 mL; 5,678 mL; 2 L and 870 mL.

• A2 L and 870 mL; 3 L and 540 mL; 4,660 mL; 5,678 mL
• B3 L and 540 mL; 4,660 mL; 5,678 mL; 2 L and 870 mL
• C5,678 mL; 4,660 mL; 3 L and 540 mL; 2 L and 870 mL
• D4,660 mL; 5,678 mL; 2 L and 870 mL; 3 L and 540 mL