## Measure liquids using both standard units and metric units. (0406.4.7)

### Links verified on 11/12/2011

1. Artie Ounces Soda Jerk - read the client order, then fill the order using standard units in this interactive game from Mr. Nussbaum
2. Capacity Worksheets - These printable measurement worksheets for measuring capacity or volume.  These worksheets use standard, customary units: gallons, quarts, pints, and
3. Computation Castle - a game that requires the utilization of several math skills: mixed numbers/improper fractions, equivalent fractions, metric conversions, exponents, rounding to the nearest thousands and thousandths and place value
4. Conversion Table - two columns of conversion rates; US to metric and metric to US
5. Horrendous Soup - To get the recipe right, you have to show the ability to convert the mass, capacity, and distance of the given ingredients to different metric measurements
6. International System of Units - commonly used metric system units, symbols, and prefixes
7. Kitchen Math - liquid measure
8. Kitchen Math - dry measure
9. Measuring - [cross-curricular activity] a Science Skills worksheet
10. Measuring Volume - [worksheet] Estimate the volume each object can hold. Then find the actual amount that each container or one similar can hold.
11. Measuring Volume Worksheets - 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.
12. Measuring With Maggie - An Introduction to US Standard Units, also known as "English Units" or "US Customary Units", at the bottom of the page you will find links to six questions about this topic
13. Metric Mania: Volume Worksheet - worksheet from the Science Spot
14. Standard Units of Capacity - capacity conversions [c, qt, p, gal, oz] drag and drop math drill
15. Units of Measurement - length, mass, area, and volume measurements and conversion factors
16. United States Customary Units of Measure - Wikipedia entry
17. Volume Lab: Count your drops! - science lab for students to guess many drops of water will it take to equal 1 milliliter

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