Capacity - Full; Half Full; Nearly Full; Empty

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<p>Each child has a plastic cup and physically fills their cup to the different levels; then draws the water level and labels the cup appropriately. Sand worked equally as well if you don’t have access to lots of water in the classroom. </p>Appropriate for Early Childhood Education (Pre-K and younger). ECE-MA, ECE-MA-pa

*Emmsie*

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July 2016
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January 2016
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January 2012
Thanks for sharing, it was very effective
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January 2012
Many thanks, saved me lots of time, thanks for sharing
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November 2009
Thank you for placing this on the site as it has really saved me time for my lessons on capacity next week!
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October 2009
thanks for sharing
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June 2008
Thank you very much for sharing this, great resource for more able Pre-K children.
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June 2008
You've saved me time!
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April 2008
Thank you, I adapted the sheet for my year two class, your original idea has saved me a lot of time.
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May 2007
Really helpful - thank you!