Wednesday 2nd September

1

Everyday Practice

5 - 10 minutes

10 - 15 minutes

10 - 15 minutes

2 - 3 minutes

Main Lesson Plan

2

Recall

3

Millilitres and Litres

Please click on the icon below for today's video. This video includes an introduction to millilitres and litres and an explanation of today's activity and bookwork.

4

Bookwork

Please watch the video for an explanation of today's bookwork or read the lesson plan.

5

Maths

We have just learnt that one litre is one thousand millilitres. Keeping this in mind, try to solve the following maths problems:

Joan cooked 2000ml of soup. How many litres of soup did she make?


There was a big 3litre bottle of orange juice in the fridge. How many mills of orange juice was there?

 

Molly packed a 5litre container of water into the car for her camping trip. How many millilitres of water did she have?

 

Grandma made a very big batch of pasta sauce. She made 6000mls of sauce, how many litres of sauce was there?

 

Kate made some icy poles. She poured some pineapple juice into 4 moulds. Each mould could hold 200mls of juice. How many millilitres of juice was used?

 

Jess had 3 friends at the house for a playdate. She poured some apple juice for everyone including herself, finishing the entire bottle of apple juice. Everyone got 250mls of apple juice. How many litres was in the bottle?

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