We are looking at litres (L) and mililitres (ml) in Maths. Can you find out the capacity of any containers at home and write them on our blog??
 


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Holly
19/02/2013 8:19pm

This is just a gase
I think my night time water bottle is 200 ml

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Holly
19/02/2013 8:28pm

My bolw can hold 100ml

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Holly
19/02/2013 8:33pm

My puppy's water bolw can hold 19ml

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Holly
20/02/2013 8:12am

My detangl hair spray can hold 150ml

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Holly
20/02/2013 8:19am

My cup can hold just under 1/4 of a litre

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Holly
20/02/2013 8:22am

My ruber cup cas can hold 100ml

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Mr. Tomkins
20/02/2013 12:18pm

Well done Holly! You've been doing lots of measuring, remember you always need to be as accurate as you can be, so don't rush through things too quickly!

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millie
20/02/2013 6:14pm

my dads big tea cup holds 550 ml of water

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millie
20/02/2013 6:20pm

our jug holds 1L 500ML

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Holly
20/02/2013 7:40pm

WOW! Millie you have a big jug

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Millie
20/02/2013 7:06pm

A baked bean tin holds 400ml

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Holly
20/02/2013 7:44pm

A smal jam pot 1ml

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Rosie
25/02/2013 5:15pm

How did you work that out Holly?Did you measure it using spoonfulls?

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C Tomkins
20/02/2013 7:46pm

That is small! That's about the same as a droplet of rain.

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Holly
20/02/2013 7:51pm

A jug 82ml

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Sophie
21/02/2013 4:39pm

My cake tin is 1400ml (1.4L).The plastic jug for filling the iron has a capacity of 400mls.

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C Tomkins
21/02/2013 5:28pm

Good measuring Sophie!

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Bethan
21/02/2013 7:20pm

one of my water bottles is 1L another is 200ml the difference is
800ml.

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Nieve
23/02/2013 10:23am

A big bottle holds 1750 mrs

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Sophie and Ella
23/02/2013 1:56pm

Mrs!?

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C Tomkins
23/02/2013 12:58pm

1750 ml is the same as what in litres?

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Ben
23/02/2013 3:26pm

The answer is 1 litre 750 ml .

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Ben
23/02/2013 3:29pm

My water bottle takes 560 ml.

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C Tomkins
23/02/2013 3:57pm

Well done Ben!

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Alistair
24/02/2013 10:14am

One of my jugs at home holds 1L or 1000ml also,a cup holds 600ml ,also my kettle holds maximum of 1.7L or,1700ml and finally a sprinkles container holds 100ml.

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C Tomkins
24/02/2013 10:31am

Good measuring skills Alistair.

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Ella
24/02/2013 11:59am

My drinks bottle is 400ml (0.4L).The capacity in my cup is 275ml(0.275L).

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C Tomkins
24/02/2013 12:00pm

Well done Ella. Great use of decimal point too!

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Philip
24/02/2013 5:02pm

my diamond jubilee cup holds 300ml

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William
24/02/2013 5:12pm

My cup holds 350ml. The differance is 650ml.

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William
24/02/2013 5:20pm

My egg cup holds 30ml.This is also 0.03 liters

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C Tomkins
24/02/2013 5:22pm

Good use of the decimal point.

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C Tomkins
24/02/2013 5:23pm

You took the words out of my mouth William! Well done for working out the difference between your measure and one litre!

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William
24/02/2013 5:24pm

My cup holds 350 ml.The differance to a litre is 650ml

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C Tomkins
24/02/2013 5:24pm

Well done Philip. If you poured 3 of your cups in to a jug, how many millilitres would be in the jug?

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Theo
24/02/2013 6:46pm

My mums flask holds 1L or 1000ml

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C Tomkins
24/02/2013 6:47pm

Well done Theo! I'm glad you remembered 1,000ml = 1L.

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Theo
24/02/2013 7:02pm

My breakfast bowl holds 700ml which = 0.7L. I would need to add 300ml to make 1L.

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C Tomkins
24/02/2013 7:03pm

Good capacity skills Theo.

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ari
25/02/2013 4:46pm

big wine glass 500 ml,
espreso cup 180 ml,
my mug 330 ml,
big jug 2L 500 ml,
bread bin 16L.

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Jamie
25/02/2013 4:47pm

My rugby water bottle holds 700ml, a souffle pot holds 160ml and the doughnut tin holds 1.4L

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Rosie
25/02/2013 5:09pm

Freddie's fish tank holds 24 Litres.

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C Tomkins
25/02/2013 5:26pm

Very interesting choice of container Rosie. Well done!

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