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Teaching Liquid Capacity in Real-Life Situations.

Teaching liquid capacity to students may appear to be challenging and frustrating; however, this does not have to be the case. Why? There are resources that can assist teachers in helping students to understand capacity in real life situations. The following resources will certainly help teachers to enhance their skills in teaching capacity to students. Teachers will appreciate the fun activities, lesson plans, youtube videos and suggestions that relate to teaching capacity.
A Collection By Suzzanne McLean
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Teaching Liquid Capacity in Real-Life Situations.
  • Capacity Worksheets

    Webtool
    mathworksheets4kids.com
    mathworksheets4kids.com
    Suzzanne McLean says:
    It is said that repetition is the mother of retention. Teachers can ensure that their students retain the concepts that relate to capacity by providing worksheets for the students to practice. This site provides interesting and interactive worksheets on capacity as well as other worksheets on other topics for students from kindergarten through to grade 5. Teachers can make these worksheets available for the students.
  • oureverydaylife.com
    oureverydaylife.com

    Fun Activities for Kids on Measuring Capacity

    6 minute read
    Suzzanne McLean says:
    Children learn through play and hands-on activities. This site provides fun activities on measuring capacity. Some of these are exploring capacity where students can play in a sandbox or bathtub of water and are given measuring cups, pints, gallons to experiment. Also, the students can play measurement race, capacity scavenger hunt and the matching game—all related to capacity. Teachers can use these fun activities and encourage parents to create an environment for such activities.
  • Teaching Year 3/4 Capacity

    Lesson plan
    australiancurriculumlessons.com.au
    australiancurriculumlessons.com.au
    Suzzanne McLean says:
    This site provides four (4) lesson plans that focus on the different aspects of capacity. These lesson plans can be tweaked according to the students’ needs. It is interesting to note that one of the exercises allows students to create a mini presentation using PowerPoint or any digital presentation to demonstrate their understanding of capacity. In this way, students will be able to bring out their creativity. Teachers will certainly enjoy using these plans as a guide for their lessons.
  • Suzzanne McLean says:
    When I was a child going to school, I was not privileged to receive the opportunity of solving mathematical problems using practical situations such as using cups, bottles, and buckets to find out capacity. This site affords teachers ways in which they can give students mathematical problems and solve these practically. Throughout the process, the teacher will guide students.
  • Suzzanne McLean says:
    Teachers may use this video in teaching capacity to the students. It vividly explains what a liter is and highlights practical examples on how to measure in liters. Students and teachers will appreciate the entertaining way in which the content is delivered. At the end of the presentation, there is a recap of the main ideas.
  • thecurriculumcorner.com
    thecurriculumcorner.com

    Engaging Ways to Help Children Learn Capacity

    6 minute read
    Suzzanne McLean says:
    As educators, it may be very challenging to teach capacity in an engaging way; however, this website provides engaging ideas for teaching capacity. Students will be able to experience hands-on activities. In fact, teachers are encouraged to set up different discovery centers so that students can explore capacity measurement in a real-life situation. Also, the site provides some visuals and YouTube videos to enhance the teaching of liquid capacity. Teachers will appreciate this site.
  • Suzzanne McLean says:
    Teachers may use this video presentation to introduce liquid capacity. It gives a simply definition of the word “capacity” and also the different ways in which capacity is measured. It also compares the difference between liter and milliliter. Both students and teachers will appreciate the simplified presentation.
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