Filling Containers

This maths teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to divide different containers using fractions to match a range of vocabulary words for capacity. The children can select their own fractions to record capacities for different containers that might be used to hold liquids for specific functions.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to divide different containers using fractions to match a range of vocabulary words for capacity

Learning Objectives

Record capacities of containers using fractions. Use the correct vocabulary to compare the capacity of a container.

Learning Outcomes

I can use fractions to show how much of a container has been filled. I can use the correct vocabulary to compare capacities of containers.

Filling Containers (support)

Activity to help the children divide different containers using fractions to match a range of vocabulary words for capacity using halves

Filling Containers (core)

Activity to help the children divide different containers using fractions to match a range of vocabulary words for capacity using quarters

Filling Containers (extension)

Activity to help the children divide different containers using fractions to match a range of vocabulary words for capacity using thirds

Filling Containers

Interactive activity to help the children divide different containers using fractions to match a range of vocabulary words for capacity

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to divide different containers using fractions to match a range of vocabulary words for capacity

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