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LO: To use informal units to measure capacity.


  • Estimate and measure informally the capacity by making, describing and comparing informal units

  • Compare the relative capacity of familiar objects and containers by eye to decide which holds more

  • Compare two different containers by pouring from one to the other or into two identical containers

  • Estimate and measure how many identical units fill / pack a container

  • Use the number of units to compare the capacity of containers