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Mathematics Year 2
Volumes of Liquids

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• 1. Volume of Liquid Mathematics Year 2 *ForLow AchieverStudents*
• 2. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Learning Area: 6.1 Introduction to Volumes of Liquids Learning Outcomes: • Understand and use the vocabulary related to volumes of liquids. • Use the vocabulary related to volumes in practical contexts. Vocabulary: “full, half full, empty, more, less”.
• 3. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. What is the difference between these three glasses? A B C
• 4. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Glass A in the picture is empty. A We call it empty because the glass is not filled with any water.
• 5. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Glass B in the picture below is half full. It is half full because we fill the glass with water until it reaches half of the glass. B
• 6. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Glass C in the picture below is full. We call it full because the glass is fully filled with water. BC
• 7. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Now you know the terms ‘empty’, ‘half full’, and ‘full’. A B C Empty Half full Full
• 8. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Now, what is the difference between these three jugs? A B C
• 9. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Jug A in the picture is empty. We call it empty because the jug is not filled with any water. A
• 10. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Jug B in the picture below is half full. It is half full because we fill the jug with water until it reaches half of the jar. B
• 11. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Jug C in the picture below is full. We call it full because the jug is fully filled with water. C
• 12. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. A B C Empty Half full Full Now you know the terms ‘empty’, ‘half full’, and ‘full’.
• 13. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Lets try this. Have fun! We will go online by clicking on the picture below.
• 14. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. At the end of this lesson, we have learned about: • Understand and use the vocabulary related to volumes of liquids. • Use the vocabulary related to volumes in practical contexts. Vocabulary: “full, half full, empty, more, less”.