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Teaching aids for lower and achiever students

Teaching aids for lower and achiever students

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• 1. Volume of liquid refers to the capacity of liquids in the containers. Capacity can be measured by using non standard units (empty, half full and full ).
• 2. Learning objectives : Understand and use vocabulary related to the volume of liquid. Learning Outcomes : Pupils will be able to use the vocabulary related to the volume of liquid ( empty, half full , full )
• 3. These bottles are _________ Empty Full Half full Click one answer below
• 4. Empty Full Half full Click one answer below The glass is __________
• 5. Click one answer below Empty Full Half full The container is __________
• 6. Which glass is half full ?
• 7. Which jug is empty ?
• 8. Which glass is full of water ?
• 9. Learning objectives : Understand and measure volumes of liquids using non standard units. Learning Outcomes : Pupils will be able to measure volumes of liquids using non- standard units.
• 10. Container Jug Bottle Bowl Estimate Measurement Record the findings.
• 11. The volume of water in the beaker is the same as the capacity of _______ glasses. 4 3
• 12. The volume of milk in the jug is the same as the capacity of _______ beakers. 2 3
• 13. The volume of water in the bottle is the same as the capacity of _______ beakers. 3 5