Magic Potions - Measuring Capacity

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This is an exciting activity for children of all ages and also links to the instructions part of the Literacy framework. Fill up some jugs with dilute orange; blackcurrant; lime; and water; as substitutes for the disgusting ingredients.

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June 2012
Can't wait to try it out with my class!!! Many thanks for sharing!
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May 2012
A lovely idea - thank you!
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May 2012
What a fantastic idea, thank you so much!!
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November 2011
I have just done this lesson today and all concerned loved it!! The looks on my children's faces were incredible. The conversations were hilarious. I used a few drops of brusho in plain water and told the children that I had to use powder added to water so that the magic potion police didn't find out! I can't thank you enough for this resource!!
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October 2011
Fantastic idea! Love it!
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June 2011
I LOVE this! What an engaging lesson! Not many resources to get children to fill containers, rather than reading a scale of what's already in a container.