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CMS students learn liquid measurements

Campbellsville Middle School students recently learned all about liquid measurements.

 

In Ann Michael Tucker’s fifth-grade math class, students recently learned about converting measurements.

 

Tucker said students commonly buy milk, sports drinks and juices, but they should know how much liquid is in the bottles they buy.

 

Students learned all about “The Big Z” when converting liquids, such as quarts to gallons, pints to quarts, cups to gallons and more.

 

To make sure they understand the concept, Tucker set up liquid measuring stations and students were put to the test.

 

CMS fifth-grade teacher Ann Michael Tucker shows students how to convert liquid measurements.

CMS fifth-grade teacher Ann Michael Tucker shows students how to convert liquid measurements.

 

CMS fifth-grader Summer Jacobs practices converting liquid measurements with teacher Ann Michael Tucker.

CMS fifth-grader Summer Jacobs practices converting liquid measurements with teacher Ann Michael Tucker.

 

CMS fifth-grader Lance Knifley practices converting liquid measurements with teacher Ann Michael Tucker.

CMS fifth-grader Lance Knifley practices converting liquid measurements with teacher Ann Michael Tucker.

 

CMS fifth-grade teacher Ann Michael Tucker measures water.

CMS fifth-grade teacher Ann Michael Tucker measures water.

 

CMS fifth-graders Jaxon Sidebottom, at left, and Makayla Dudley practice measuring liquids.

CMS fifth-graders Jaxon Sidebottom, at left, and Makayla Dudley practice measuring liquids.

 

CMS fifth-grade teacher Ann Michael Tucker helps students Jaxon Sidebottom, at left, and Makayla Dudley measure liquids.

CMS fifth-grade teacher Ann Michael Tucker helps students Jaxon Sidebottom, at left, and Makayla Dudley measure liquids.





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