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Page 1 How much can you drink? Why do you think Chintu does not take the challenge? Do you think you can take the challenge? Teacher’s Note: Children should understand that if one takes a bigger glass then we may drink a fewer number of glasses. So one may not take the challenge. Filling and Filling and Lifting Lifting 11 11 Chintu reads the poster and tells Shambhu: NO! I cannot drink 6 glasses!! You need to drink 6 of these bigger glasses of juice to get your money back. I can drink 6 of these smaller glasses. Page 2 How much can you drink? Why do you think Chintu does not take the challenge? Do you think you can take the challenge? Teacher’s Note: Children should understand that if one takes a bigger glass then we may drink a fewer number of glasses. So one may not take the challenge. Filling and Filling and Lifting Lifting 11 11 Chintu reads the poster and tells Shambhu: NO! I cannot drink 6 glasses!! You need to drink 6 of these bigger glasses of juice to get your money back. I can drink 6 of these smaller glasses. 140 Maths Mela  Class 3 Whose glass holds more? Ritu’s elder sister finds out who drinks the most milk like this. She pours the content of the glasses in three samesized glasses. Nita and Monu visit Ritu’s house. Ritu’s mother gives them milk in different glasses. Who do you think gets the most milk? Ritu’s glass Monu’s glass Nita’s glass 1. Who drank the most milk? 2. Who drank the least milk? I drink so much milk. I drink more milk than you. I drink milk in a big glass. Ritu’s glass Monu’s glass Nita’s glass Let us Discuss Ritu Nita Page 3 How much can you drink? Why do you think Chintu does not take the challenge? Do you think you can take the challenge? Teacher’s Note: Children should understand that if one takes a bigger glass then we may drink a fewer number of glasses. So one may not take the challenge. Filling and Filling and Lifting Lifting 11 11 Chintu reads the poster and tells Shambhu: NO! I cannot drink 6 glasses!! You need to drink 6 of these bigger glasses of juice to get your money back. I can drink 6 of these smaller glasses. 140 Maths Mela  Class 3 Whose glass holds more? Ritu’s elder sister finds out who drinks the most milk like this. She pours the content of the glasses in three samesized glasses. Nita and Monu visit Ritu’s house. Ritu’s mother gives them milk in different glasses. Who do you think gets the most milk? Ritu’s glass Monu’s glass Nita’s glass 1. Who drank the most milk? 2. Who drank the least milk? I drink so much milk. I drink more milk than you. I drink milk in a big glass. Ritu’s glass Monu’s glass Nita’s glass Let us Discuss Ritu Nita 141 Filling and Lifting Get three vessels (like a small bowl , glass , and bottle ) of different sizes from your home. Guess: how many small bowls will fill the glass? How many glasses will fill the bottle? First guess and then pour water from one vessel into another to check if your guess is correct. Vessel My guess for the number of small bowls How many bowls Glass Bottle 3. Fill in the blanks with ‘more’ or ‘less’. a. Nita’s glass holds ............. milk than Monu’s glass. b. Monu’s glass holds ............. milk than Nita’s glass. c. Ritu’s glass holds ............. milk than Nita’s glass. 4. Tick ü the right name. a. Nita/Monu/Ritu’s glass holds the most milk. b. Nita/Monu/Ritu’s glass holds the least milk. 1. Fill in the blanks with ‘the most’ or ‘the least’. a. The glass holds ............. water. b. The bottle holds ............. water. 2. Name the vessels that are used in your home that can store more water than your bottle. Let us Do Teacher’s Note: Children may get different vessels but they should be able to draw conclusions about their capacity. less more more the least the most Tub Page 4 How much can you drink? Why do you think Chintu does not take the challenge? Do you think you can take the challenge? Teacher’s Note: Children should understand that if one takes a bigger glass then we may drink a fewer number of glasses. So one may not take the challenge. Filling and Filling and Lifting Lifting 11 11 Chintu reads the poster and tells Shambhu: NO! I cannot drink 6 glasses!! You need to drink 6 of these bigger glasses of juice to get your money back. I can drink 6 of these smaller glasses. 140 Maths Mela  Class 3 Whose glass holds more? Ritu’s elder sister finds out who drinks the most milk like this. She pours the content of the glasses in three samesized glasses. Nita and Monu visit Ritu’s house. Ritu’s mother gives them milk in different glasses. Who do you think gets the most milk? Ritu’s glass Monu’s glass Nita’s glass 1. Who drank the most milk? 2. Who drank the least milk? I drink so much milk. I drink more milk than you. I drink milk in a big glass. Ritu’s glass Monu’s glass Nita’s glass Let us Discuss Ritu Nita 141 Filling and Lifting Get three vessels (like a small bowl , glass , and bottle ) of different sizes from your home. Guess: how many small bowls will fill the glass? How many glasses will fill the bottle? First guess and then pour water from one vessel into another to check if your guess is correct. Vessel My guess for the number of small bowls How many bowls Glass Bottle 3. Fill in the blanks with ‘more’ or ‘less’. a. Nita’s glass holds ............. milk than Monu’s glass. b. Monu’s glass holds ............. milk than Nita’s glass. c. Ritu’s glass holds ............. milk than Nita’s glass. 4. Tick ü the right name. a. Nita/Monu/Ritu’s glass holds the most milk. b. Nita/Monu/Ritu’s glass holds the least milk. 1. Fill in the blanks with ‘the most’ or ‘the least’. a. The glass holds ............. water. b. The bottle holds ............. water. 2. Name the vessels that are used in your home that can store more water than your bottle. Let us Do Teacher’s Note: Children may get different vessels but they should be able to draw conclusions about their capacity. less more more the least the most Tub 142 Maths Mela  Class 3 1. How many ladles fill the bowl? ............. 2. How many glasses can be filled by the jug? ............. 3. What will you use to fill half of the glass? 4. Which of these would you use for distributing the lemonade in glasses? Why? 5. How many glasses can be filled with 3 jugs of lemonade? 6. How many ladles are needed to fill 4 glasses? 7. Can you use a ladle, bowl or a glass to find out how much lemonade a jug can hold? Teacher’s Note: Let children discuss how many times they will have to pour using each thing. Discuss how utensils with less capacity can be used to fill a utensil of larger capacity and how utensils with larger capacity can fill a number of utensils of smaller capacity. Let them conclude that in both cases the quantity remains the same. Let us Do Students need to complete this task on their own. Page 5 How much can you drink? Why do you think Chintu does not take the challenge? Do you think you can take the challenge? Teacher’s Note: Children should understand that if one takes a bigger glass then we may drink a fewer number of glasses. So one may not take the challenge. Filling and Filling and Lifting Lifting 11 11 Chintu reads the poster and tells Shambhu: NO! I cannot drink 6 glasses!! You need to drink 6 of these bigger glasses of juice to get your money back. I can drink 6 of these smaller glasses. 140 Maths Mela  Class 3 Whose glass holds more? Ritu’s elder sister finds out who drinks the most milk like this. She pours the content of the glasses in three samesized glasses. Nita and Monu visit Ritu’s house. Ritu’s mother gives them milk in different glasses. Who do you think gets the most milk? Ritu’s glass Monu’s glass Nita’s glass 1. Who drank the most milk? 2. Who drank the least milk? I drink so much milk. I drink more milk than you. I drink milk in a big glass. Ritu’s glass Monu’s glass Nita’s glass Let us Discuss Ritu Nita 141 Filling and Lifting Get three vessels (like a small bowl , glass , and bottle ) of different sizes from your home. Guess: how many small bowls will fill the glass? How many glasses will fill the bottle? First guess and then pour water from one vessel into another to check if your guess is correct. Vessel My guess for the number of small bowls How many bowls Glass Bottle 3. Fill in the blanks with ‘more’ or ‘less’. a. Nita’s glass holds ............. milk than Monu’s glass. b. Monu’s glass holds ............. milk than Nita’s glass. c. Ritu’s glass holds ............. milk than Nita’s glass. 4. Tick ü the right name. a. Nita/Monu/Ritu’s glass holds the most milk. b. Nita/Monu/Ritu’s glass holds the least milk. 1. Fill in the blanks with ‘the most’ or ‘the least’. a. The glass holds ............. water. b. The bottle holds ............. water. 2. Name the vessels that are used in your home that can store more water than your bottle. Let us Do Teacher’s Note: Children may get different vessels but they should be able to draw conclusions about their capacity. less more more the least the most Tub 142 Maths Mela  Class 3 1. How many ladles fill the bowl? ............. 2. How many glasses can be filled by the jug? ............. 3. What will you use to fill half of the glass? 4. Which of these would you use for distributing the lemonade in glasses? Why? 5. How many glasses can be filled with 3 jugs of lemonade? 6. How many ladles are needed to fill 4 glasses? 7. Can you use a ladle, bowl or a glass to find out how much lemonade a jug can hold? Teacher’s Note: Let children discuss how many times they will have to pour using each thing. Discuss how utensils with less capacity can be used to fill a utensil of larger capacity and how utensils with larger capacity can fill a number of utensils of smaller capacity. Let them conclude that in both cases the quantity remains the same. Let us Do Students need to complete this task on their own. 143 Filling and Lifting I have a bottle which holds 1 litre of water. Nita pours water from the bottle into the jug. The jug is exactly 1 litre. 1. Tick ü the appropriate word in the sentences given below. a) The glass holds more than/less than 1 litre. b) The bowl holds more than/less than 1 litre. c) The jug holds more than/less than/exactly 1 litre. A Measuring Bottle Nita sees the milkman pour milk using a measuring cup everyday. Why do you think milkmen use measuring cups for giving milk? Discuss with your parents, grandparents and in your class. Teacher’s Note: Encourage children to do the above activities in the class. Discuss children’s findings in the class. Children may get different answers depending on the vessels they choose. Teacher can get a few vessels and ask them to guess if each will hold 1 litre or more or less than a litre. Let us use this 1 litre bottle to find out how much the jug, glass, bowl and ladle can hold. This is a measuring cup for measuring 1 litre of milk. Let us DiscussRead More

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