Chapter 13- Measure Capacity and Weight
13-1 Capacity: Nonstandard Units: I can select and use nonstandard units to measure capacity.
Vocabulary: Capacity: the amount of dry or liquid material a container can hold.
13-2 Cups and Gallons: I can recognize and use models that approximate cups and gallons.
Vocabulary: Cup: a unit to measure capacity or how much something holds. 1 cup =8 ounces. Gallon: a liquid measure of capacity. 1 gallon= 4 quarts.
13-3 PSS: Act It Out: I can use act it out as a strategy to solve problems.
13-4 Milliliters and Liters: I can recognize and use models that approximate milliliters and liters.
Vocabulary: Liter: a metric unit of measure for volume or capacity. 1 liter =1000 milliliters. Milliliter: a metric unit used for measuring capacity. 1000 milliliters= 1 liter.
13-5 Weight: Nonstandard Units: I can use nonstandard units to find weight.
Vocabulary: Weight: a measurement that tells how heavy an object is.
Vocabulary: Ounces: a customary unit for measuring weight or capacity. One CD weighs about 1 ounce. Pound: a customary unit for measuring weight or mass. 1 pound = 16 ounces.
13-7 Grams and Kilograms: I can recognize and use models that approximate grams and kilograms.
Vocabulary: Gram: a metric unit for measuring mass. Kilogram: a metric unit for measuring mass. 1 kilogram= pair of men’s shoes.
13-8 PSS: Choose a Strategy: I can choose the best strategy to solve problems.