### Reading the temperature in Degrees Celsius

In this lesson, we will learn how to read the temperature on a thermometer.

Skip navigation# Unit Overview: Measures: Capacity and volume

## Lessons:

### Reading the temperature in Degrees Celsius

### Estimating and measuring in litres

### Solving word problems that involve litres

### Comparing millilitres and litres using fractions

### Measuring using millilitres

### Comparing and ordering millilitres and litres

### Using number bonds and facts related to 1000

### Solving word problems about capacity and volume (Part 1)

### Solving word problems about capacity and volume (Part 2)

### Consolidating and reviewing learning on capacity and volume

10 lessons

In this lesson, we will learn how to read the temperature on a thermometer.

In this lesson, we will compare the capacity of containers to 1 litre and read the volume of containers by looking at their scales.

In this lesson, we will look at amounts that are greater than, less than and equal to one litre. Then we will solve word problems that involve litre measurements, using a bar model.

In this lesson, we will compare millilitres and litres and use this knowledge to solve word problems involving fractions of amounts.

In this lesson, we will explore which containers are suitable for measuring in millilitres. Then we will apply this knowledge to read scales in millilitres and solve word problems.

In this lesson, we will compare the amounts of millilitres in litre amounts and use this knowledge to order amounts of millilitres and litres.

In this lesson, we will use knowledge of number bonds and number facts with numbers up to 100 in the context of word problems related to measure.

In this lesson, we will use knowledge of number bonds and related facts to 1000 to solve word problems about capacity and volume, using a bar model.

In this lesson, we will use knowledge of number bonds and related facts to 1000 to solve word problems about capacity and volume, using a bar model.

In this lesson, we will review our learning on reading temperature, comparing volumes and solving word problems related to capacity and volume.

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- Numbers to 20
- Addition and subtraction within 20
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- Fractions
- Problem solving with whole numbers and decimals