Heads In, Hearts In: Measuring Liquids - Exploring Volume


May 25, 2021 - Author:

What you need to know:

Volume is a measure of space or how much space an object takes up. If an object is empty, like a cup, volume is the amount of water or liquid it will hold. When measuring volume with liquids you can measure in different units like teaspoons, tablespoons, ounces, cups, quarts, gallons, liters and milliliters. When measuring liquid substances, it is important to use measuring tools that have been created specifically for liquids. For instance, a liquid measuring cup is clear, and you can see through it so you can easily measure the volume of the liquid.

What you will do and learn:

You will practice using liquid measuring cups to find the volume of the water inside each bottle.


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