Filling Cups

This maths teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to identify and record how many cups can be filled using capacities in standard and non-standard units. The class can divide measurements in millilitres to find how many containers can be filled from different sized jugs.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to identify and record how many cups can be filled using capacities in standard and non-standard units

Learning Objectives

Choose and use appropriate standard units to estimate and measure. Use the correct vocabulary to compare the capacity of a container.

Learning Outcomes

I can measure the capacity of a container using millilitres. I can use the correct vocabulary to compare capacities of containers.

Filling Cups (support)

Activity to help the children identify and record how many cups can be filled using capacities in non-standard units

Filling Cups (core)

Activity to help the children identify and record how many cups can be filled using capacities in standard units

Filling Cups (extension)

Activity to help the children identify and record how many cups can be filled using capacities in standard units

Filling Cups

Interactive activity to help the children identify and record how many cups can be filled using capacities in standard and non-standard units

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to identify and record how many cups can be filled using capacities in standard and non-standard units

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