Math Problem Solving: Exploring Capacity - Kindergarten Kindergarten (love these hands-on exploration activities!!)

Math Problem Solving: Exploring Capacity - Kindergarten Kindergarten (love these hands-on exploration activities!

Math Problem Solving: Exploring Capacity    Kids have a lot of misconceptions about capacity, and they can really only be cleared up through hands-on exploration.

Math Problem Solving: Exploring Capacity Kids have a lot of misconceptions about capacity, and they can really only be cleared up through hands-on exploration.

Awesome week long lessons on capacity....These lessons were designed for kindergarten, but will work GREAT for second graders. There's even a free powerpoint!

Measurement - Awesome week long lessons on capacity.These lessons were designed for kindergarten. There's even a free powerpoint!

Sprinkles to Kindergarten!: Measurement Activities, capacity

Measurement Activity On our second day of capacity, I had my cuties predict how many cubes would fit into this bowl. After they recorded their predictions on this chart, we completed the investigation and learned the capacity was 57 cubes.

Great ideas for teaching capacity using hands on approaches! Love the quick printables that she used to assess the students along the way! Super easy, fun, and engaging!

Exploring Capacity the Hands-on Way!

In need of some capacity activities or ideas? This post includes hands-on and engaging ideas for teaching capacity in a third grade classroom

Nonstandard Capacity Unit for Kindergarten and First Grade

Nonstandard Capacity Unit for Kindergarten and First Grade

Exploring Volume with Scoops! How many scoops does it take?  STEM Challenge includes directions, hints, and lab sheets!

STEM Challenge Exploring Volume with Scoops

Exploring Volume with Scoops! How many scoops does it take? STEM Challenge includes directions, hints, and lab sheets!

Measurement  Inquiry  - For CAP classrooms, this could double in the discovery center with a graph (children put their name under the color they think has the most)-- Also, this is important- please use non-breakable PLASTIC jars and hot glue the lids on. :)

Measurement Inquiry - For CAP classrooms, this could double in the discovery center with a graph (children put their name under the color they think has the most)-- Use non-breakable PLASTIC jars and hot glue the lids on.

Measuring activities help children learn about capacity through hands-on exploration.  Dried beans should never be swallowed, so use alternative materials (like water) with younger children.

Measuring activities help children learn about capacity through hands-on exploration. Dried beans should never be swallowed, so use alternative materials (like water) with younger children.

Magic Potions! Measuring Volume and Capacity Lesson Plan 2/3/4 - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Summary of lesson plan: Students will pretend to be Witch’s and Wizards and will invent a magic potion. They have strict instructions

Engaging Ideas for Teaching Capacity by The Curriculum Corner FREE

Engaging Ways to Help Children Learn Capacity

Capacity - Non Standard Measurement for Kindergarten / Grade One

Capacity - Non Standard Measurement for Kindergarten / Grade One

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