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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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These printable measurement worksheets for measuring capacity or volume. These worksheets use standard, customary units: gallons, quarts, pints, and cups.
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Use the picture of GallonBot to answer the questions about gallons, quarts, pints, and cups.Assemble Gallon Bot Member
Assemble a large GallonBot figure; Sometimes referred to as Gallon Man, Measurement Man, or Mr. Gallon.Gallon Bot Picture Free
A single-page GallonBot picture that students can color and use as a reference.Capacity Word Problems Member
Students use their knowledge of capacity to answer the questions.Measurement Bookmarks Member
Measurement bookmarks for reference. Includes capacity and linear measurement.In-Out Boxes: Capacity Member
In-and-out boxes for converting gallons, quarts, and pints
Students are required to calculate equal amounts, compare capacity amounts, and solve a word problem.Capacity (Intermediate) Member
Same as above, but a little more difficult. Students are required to compare multiple gallons, quarts, pints, and cups.Capacity (Advanced) Member
Advanced capacity questions require students to calculate to the nearest half units.
See also:Linear Measurement (Feet, Inches)
Measure objects and pictures in feet and inchesMetric Capacity - (Liters and Milliliters)
Measure capacity (volume) in metric units, milliliters and liters.Measurement Worksheets
Worksheets for linear measurement, capacity, temperature, mass, and volume.