Quick Links Home  Key Stage Two  Maths  Measurement  Capacity  ... Linked Resources Maths ChampionActivities to help the children master all aspects of the National Curriculum for maths Autumn TermDevelop and master skills in number calculations, measurement, geometry and statistics Spring TermDevelop and master skills in number calculations, measurement, geometry and statistics Summer TermDevelop and master skills in number calculations, measurement, geometry and statistics

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 Activities to help the children solve problems working with different units of measurement. 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. 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
 DrinksPractise converting between different capacities using litres and millilitres Water BottlesPractise calculating different capacities by adding pairs of two digit numbers Bottle DoublesPractise doubling measurements in millilitres using two and three digit numbers Sharing DrinksSet of number word problems to help divide different capacities by two, three, five and ten Bottles and DrinksSolve capacity problems working with halves and quarters Litres to MillilitresPractise converting between different units of measurement for capacity Bottle HalvesCalculate one half of different capacities recorded in millimetres Capacity PairsMatch capacities in both litres and millilitres and by using fractions Bottle DivisionPractise dividing different capacities by two, four and eight 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