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# Measuring Capacity Worksheets

This page contains a lot of worksheets from kindergarten through grade 5. It contains estimating capacity of real life objects, comparing two quantities, reading graduated cylinder, reading jug, filling jug and calculating capacity of single item.

## Estimating Capacity

Capacity of Real Life Object

Each worksheet has 8 multiple choice questions estimating capacity of real life object. Both metric and customary units included.

Metric Units:

U.S. Customary Units:

Comparing Capacity

Compare the capacity of two quantities, and fill in the box with the appropriate symbol <, > or = in each problem.

Metric Units:

U.S. Customary Units:

More or Less

Choose the best estimation that describes the capacity of each object.

Metric Units:

U.S. Customary Units:

Read each graduated cylinder to the nearest whole number. Scales are graduated with an increment of 1 mL, 2 mL, 5 mL, 10 mL and 100 mL.

25 mL:

50 mL:

100 mL:

500 mL:

Mixed Cylinders:

5 mL:

10 mL:

Mixed Cylinders:

## Measuring Jug

Read the measuring jug with the scale graduated in 50 mL and 100 mL.

1 L:

2 L:

Mixed Jugs:

Filling the Jug

Each worksheet has 3 question types involving addition and subtraction. Find out how much water required (or pour out) to reach the certain reading. Both 1 Liter and 2 Liters jug included.

## Capacity of Single Item

Metric Units

Capacity of bigger object is equal to capacity of several smaller objects. Find the capacity of each smaller object.

U.S. Customary Units

Each worksheet has 5 problems finding capacity of each smaller object.