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Use these printables to help students learn about measuring capacity, or volume, using metric units. Skills include estimating capacity in milliliters and liters, as well as converting units.
Determine whether each is best measured in milliliters or litersMilliliters and Liters - Conversions Member
In & out boxes and word problems for converting to and from milliliters and litersConverting Milliliters and Liters- Basic Member
Convert from milliliters to liters and vice-versa; Easy conversions do not include decimal numbersConverting Milliliters and Liters- Advanced Member
Convert to and from milliliters and liters; Advanced conversions include decimal numbers
Determine which of the amounts given is the larger one. (example: 8,000 mL or 80 L?)Capacity Questions: Liters and Milliliters Member
Four critical thinking questions about measurement with liters and milliliters.
See also...Capacity (Gallons, Quarts, etc.)
Measure volume using standard units (cups, quarts, pints, and gallons)Volume - Graduated Cylinders
Measure the volume of the liquids in milliliters for the graduated cylinders.