Quick Links Home  Key Stage One  Maths  Measurement  Capacity  ... Linked Resources Maths ChampionActivities to help the children master all aspects of the National Curriculum for maths NumberInvestigate and solve problems working with number operations and calculations GeometryExplore geometric shapes, measure and use angles and describe position and direction StatisticsOrganise and present data using tables, charts and graphs

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 Activities to help the children investigate and solve problems working with different units of measure. There are resources for whole class and group teaching as well as independent learning which can be adapted to meet the needs of your class. You can download the ZIP file to access all of the teaching files in this section or you can select each individual file to meet the needs of your class or teaching group. If you have suggestions for other resources that we can add to this section then please drop us a message. We'd love to add teaching activities that you need to help support your classroom teaching.

Capacity
 Bottles and CupsCalculate and record the capacity of bottles using non-standard measurements Capacity DoublesPractise doubling measurements in millilitres using numbers to ten, twenty and thirty Sorting BottlesPractise sorting bottles by their capacity using fractions, litres and millilitres Jugs and CupsRecord the capacity of different containers using non-standard measurements Container CapacitiesShade different containers to match vocabulary words for capacity Filling BottlesMatch and shade pictures of bottles to illustrate different capacities Fruit CocktailsDivide pictures of cups to illustrate capacities using fractions What else do you need?If you have any suggestions for additional lesson plans and activities please contact us so that they can be added to this section