Wednesday, 5 December 2012

My Volume and Capacity Maths By Deziree

  Volume and Capacity

1 Tablespoon = 15mls
Yesterday you used or are going to use 6 Tablespoons of jelly for each colour. How many ml’s does six tablespoons measure.

Show your working out either using +, x, -, /
Write out your strategy here:
My strategy I used:
I went 30+60=90

Present your answers in this table

ColourNumber of TablespoonsNumber of Millilitres (mls)
Total-calculate each row18270

Yesterday we made 13 pottles of Rainbow Jelly.
13 students will be the first to enjoy the jelly. How many more students need to make jelly and have this yummy privilege. We have 31 students.

Show your strategies you used:
18 I counted in 2
I went 2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18

Yesterday we used:
2 packets of green jelly
2 packets of orange jelly
2 packets of red jelly
The jelly will serve 13 students

How many packets do we need for 31 students?
Show your strategies you used
Recipe: - serves 13 students
2 packets of Jelly
2 cups of hot water
2 cups of cold water

1 cup = 250mls
2 cups = __________500mls____________?

If you combined the hot and cold water together how many mls do we need?
Show your strategies:

__270_______  mls

Convert this amount into ____2.5____  litres

If you were making traffic light jelly for 31 students - write out the list needed for this amount

Include total including the colours
__5__________ red
____5________ orange
______5______ green
______15______  Total packets of jelly needed for 31 students
_____15_______ total cups of hot water
____15________ Total cups of cold/chilled water
How many litres would you need of hot and cold water?

Work out the number of total tablespoons needed. You can do it by colour first or combine colours together

Show the strategies you used:


500 Tablespoons

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