One page, 20 questions.
1000mL = 1L. Ten questions changing millilitres into litres and millilitres. Eight questions changing millilitres into a fraction of a litre. Two questions ordering capacities.
One page, 10 questions.
Ten sums in vertical format.
Students have to add the millilitres and then change the answer into litres and millilitres.
One page, 24 questions.
1 mL = 1 cm3 Eight questions changing cubic centimetres to millilitres. Eight questions changing millilitres to cubic centimetres. Eight questions changing cubic centimetres to litres.
One page, 19 questions.
1 m3 = 1000 litres Eight questions changing cubic metres to litres. Eight questions changing litres to cubic metres. Three questions working out volumes of rectangular prisms in cubic metres and thus working out the litres they hold.
Two pages, 6 questions.
Introduction to displacement. An explanation and example is given. Six questions show containers before and after object has been added. Students have to work out the rise in water level and thus the volume of the object. Containers of various calibrations but all in millilitres.
One page, 25 questions.
1 litre of water weighs 1 kilogram. Ten questions changing volumes of water into weight. Eight questions changing weights of water into millilitres. Eight questions changing weights of water into litres. One question calculating capacity of swimming pool and then the weight of water.