Year 2

Solving word problems that involve litres

Year 2

Solving word problems that involve litres

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will look at amounts that are greater than, less than and equal to one litre. Then we will solve word problems that involve litre measurements, using a bar model.

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4 Questions

Q1.
Choose one: Capacity is...
Correct answer: the amount a container can hold
the amount of liquid in a container
the shape of a container
Q2.
Choose one: Volume is...
the amount a container can hold
Correct answer: the amount of liquid in a container
the shape of a container
Q3.
Look at the pictures of the two bottles below. The bottle with the blue lid has the greatest capacity.
An image in a quiz
False
Correct answer: True
Q4.
The container below is full to capacity.
An image in a quiz
Correct answer: False
True

3 Questions

Q1.
A restaurant used 12 L last week and 10 litres this week. How many litres of milk did they use altogether?
12 L
2 L
Correct answer: 22 L
Q2.
John had 15 L of orange juice for a party. His friends drank 12 L. How much was left?
12 L
27 L
Correct answer: 3 L
Q3.
Sally had 22 L of water in her shop. Jack had 17 L in his shop. How much more water did Sally have than Jack?
17 L
39 L
Correct answer: 5 L