# Consolidating and reviewing learning on capacity and volume

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will review our learning on reading temperature, comparing volumes and solving word problems related to capacity and volume.

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## Worksheet

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## Starter quiz

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### 3 Questions

Q1.
A shopkeeper sells water in packs of 4. Each bottle contains 200ml of water. How many millilitres of water are there in each pack?
400ml
600ml
Q2.
Miss Jones has a 1000ml bottle of orange juice. If she drinks 250ml a day. How many days will the orange juice last?
2 days
Correct answer: 4 days
6 days
Q3.
Sue needs to have a dose of 4ml once a day for five days. How much medicine does the doctor need to make for Sue?
16ml
40ml

## Exit quiz

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### 4 Questions

Q1.
Which amount below is the greatest?
243 ml
325 ml
Correct answer: 350 ml
Q2.
Which amount below is the least amount?
Correct answer: 175 ml
253 ml
534 ml
Q3.
How many millilitres are there in one litre?
100 ml
Correct answer: 1000 ml
500 ml
Q4.
A juice carton has a volume of 100 ml. I have four juice cartons. How many millilitres of juice do I have?
40 ml
Correct answer: 400 ml
450 ml