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Fourth Grade Measurement 3 - Customary Volume (cups, quarts, pints, gallons) - This is perfect for distance learning on Zoom or similar formats. On top of that it is powerful when used as direct instruction in the classroom. It teaches students the different members of the customary volume family:
The Maker Space is a special place in our classroom where students work to create a meaningful product using engineering and design processes. These makerspace task cards work great for STEM projects as well! To read about our Maker Space during guided math click here! There are 12 task cards total
Sing your way to memorizing how many pints, cups, and quarts are in a gallon with your class! This short song is to the tune of "The Candy Man Can" (from the Willy Wonka movie), catchy and fun!
Unit 3 math expression words. The words have a definition, and an example. Words include - liquid volume, milliliter, weight, liter, gram, kilogram, pint, cup, quart, gallon, fluid ounce, pound, ounce, elapsed time, line plot, inch, foot, key, bar graph, frequency table, ruler, vertical axis, hori
This colorful set of math vocabulary cards can be used for classroom word walls and games! The words included are intended for third grade, but can be extended to second and fourth.Over 150 terms included!☀data☀survey☀tally mark☀frequency table☀pictograph☀line plot☀bar graph☀place value☀period☀compa
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Sing your way to memorizing how many pints, cups, and quarts are in a gallon with your class! This short song is to the tune of "The Candy Man Can" (from the Willy Wonka movie), catchy and fun!
Capacity in measurement can be tough for students! This set of 24 task cards in color and the same 24 in ink saving black and white will help students estimate using cups, pints, quarts, or gallons. This set is great for early finishers, quick assessment, SCOOT, morning work, homework or math statio
These digital math activities give students practice finding capacity and liquid volume in the US Customary system using cups, pints, quarts, and gallons.This digital resource uses Google Slides™ and can be used on Google Classroom and Google Drive. This resource also includes an answer key.This pro
Measurement: Liquid Volume Practice Sheets (Gallons, Quarts, Pints, Cups) U.S. Customary - King Virtue's Classroom These practice sheets are great for practice and assessing students' ability to measure liquid volume using gallons, quarts, pints, and cups (U.S. customary units of capacity). You can
Use these 28 capacity conversion task cards to assess whether your students have the concept of capacity conversion mastered. Your students will convert between gallons, quarts, pints, cups. Get your students moving in a fun game of SCOOT or use in a math center. Included are SCOOT GAME directio
This 1 page worksheet works on gallons, quarts, pints, and cups. The students have to choose the proper label for 20 different objects. An example would be a cup of juice is either 1 gallon or 1 pint. This worksheet is meant to go along with my smartboard lesson on measurement (Estimation) of Ga
Students will learn the difficult concept of equivalent measures for volume through a fast paced, fun game. They will compare different types of measurement and decide which is larger. This is a modified form of the old favorite "Slap Jack." The difference is that there is a center pile in additio
Measurement: Liquid Volume Cut and Paste Activity - Cup, Pint, Quart, and Gallon - Examples - King Virtue's Classroom Students will love applying what you've taught them during your Measurement unit with this cut and paste activity. It's a great tool to use to review measuring capacity using U.S. c
24 capacity conversion task cards. Convert between gallons, quarts, pints, cups. Also included is an answer document and answer key. Graphics by: Tracee Orman and Catherine Reed
This is a fun and self-checking way for students to practice identifying equivalent measurements between units within the U.S. Customary system (cups, pints, quarts, gallons). You can have your students work individually or with partners to complete this activity. Students start at any card, solve t
Use these 40 task cards to reinforce liquid measurement conversions. PLUS, I created 1 poster to provide a visual to help kids convert between units. A student answer sheet for students to record their answers is included along with an answer key for self-checking. You can use these cards in small
How many pints are in a gallon? How many cups are in two quarts? Capacity conversion tasks are a breeze when students use the Capacity Conversion Strips! Every measurement unit should begin with an exploration lesson using capacity conversion strips! Much like fraction bars, these strips assist st
Measurement: Liquid Volume Thinking Links Activity #2 - Pictures - Gallons, Quarts, Pints, and Cups - U.S. Customary Units of Capacity - King Virtue's Classroom This Thinking Links Activity is a great tool to use to see what students have learned! How does this Thinking Links Activity work? The stu
I made this activity because I was desperate to have something for my kiddos to independently work on that focused on identifying examples of different liquids and their "best" unit of capacity to be measured with. Everything I always find has to do with equivalents, but my kiddos must know real-wo
This 16-page smartboard lesson introduces the terms gallons, quarts, pints, and cups. The students learn to estimate an appropriate unit of measurement for various things. This lesson is extremely interactive that will have the students coming to the board to dragging and clicking as they find t
This is a slideshow made to show kids about Capacity. Mainly liquid using gallons, quarts, pints, and cups. It describes to students which unit you should use to measure the volume of container. The slides include a variety of questions with anwers that pop in with a click of the mouse. Next is a
Explore the capacity of cups, pints, quarts, and gallons. Your students will ponder "It would make sense to use [gallons] to measure liquid for…" and "It would NOT make sense to use [gallons] to measure liquid for…" Students will identify which volume is greater.
A great way to display Measurements in the classroom. This poster is perfect: Gallon Quart Pint Cup Tablespoon

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