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Measure the capacity of the 3 Bear's bowls

We are learning to use everyday objects to measure and compare - I can estimate how much I can compare different containers I can measure objects with cups and containers In the story Goldilocks, there are 3 different sized bowls - Which bowl should Father Bear get? Which bowl do you think would fit the most rice porridge in it? Why do you think that one? Look at the photos of the bowls - These containers look similar but do they hold the same amount? I cannot tell if the taller bowl is the biggest or the round bowl is? Problem Solve – How could we find out which bowl holds the most rice porridge? You need to find 3 bowls, like mine, that are similar but different You need to practise measuring – 1. Estimate or guess how many cups of rice do you will need to fill the bowl? 2. Measure with cups so that the bowl is full and no more will fit in 3. Were you tricked? I was tricked! When I measured, the tall bowl was not the biggest Use 1 page of your Remote Learning book and sketchnote, draw and write what you discovered - Take a photo of your sketchnote Say were you tricked? When you measured, did you have any surprises?

1st Grade, Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, Math
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