Holds Less, Holds More.
I am learning to compare objects and say which holds more and which holds less.
I know I can do it when I can compare objects and say which holds more and which holds less.
We now know that some objects can hold more or less than others.
Having this understanding helps prepare us to plan things better. For example, if you need to put all of your Lego into a box, you can estimate which box is most likely to fit all of your Lego pieces.
First, draw or write 5 objects that would hold LESS than a bath.
Then, draw or write 5 objects that would hold MORE than a coffee mug.
You may like to share two items you have drawn during Thursday’s Webex meeting.