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Jessica Ware
capacity worksheets for kindergarten worksheets | Volume Of Liquid Capacity Maths, Capacity Activities, Capacity Worksheets, Volume Worksheets, Measurement Worksheets, Comprehension Worksheets, Measurement Kindergarten, Kindergarten Math Worksheets, Math Activities Preschool

ACTIVITY 1: Learning Outcomes: By the end of this activity, students will be able to compare volumes of liquid using non-standard measurements. Materials: Five different bowls, glass, sets of self-made manila cards, “Vitagen®” as encouragement Procedures: 1. Teacher begins the lesson by comparing volumes of liquid using two different bowls and asks the students which bowls is larger or smaller. 2. Teacher distributes two students in a group and gives them five different dimensions of bowls…

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Jennifer Hall
Capacity Maths, Capacity Activities, Capacity Worksheets, Math Center Activities, Math Centers, Math Stations Kindergarten, Measurement Kindergarten, Math Measurement, Measurement Activities Preschool

Happy Saint Patrick's Day! You've made it through another year of wearing green and chasing leprechauns in your classroom. It's time to pull out the plastic eggs, rabbit ears, and jellybeans. I have a center idea for measuring capacity with nonstandard units. A teacher's assistant or a parent volunteer can manage the area for you once you've set things up. It's best of have only 1 or 2 children use the center at a time. This way, every child gets "HANDS ON" practice with measuring the…

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Jessica Moyer