`Measurement (cup, pt, qt, gal)JoAnn Campbell                 Leslie Lewis School                               1431 N. Leamington                               Chicago, IL  60651                               312-804-3060Objective:     Fifth grade students will be able to rename measurements with cups, pints, quarts, and gallons and to choose appropriate units of capacity. Materials needed:Materials needed are per group.Two 8-oz cups                          Two 1-pt cartonsFour 1-qt containers                   One 1-gal jug filled with waterOptional: funnel for easy pouringStrategy:Divide the class into small groups and provide them with a lab sheet like the one below.  Have each group fill out a lab sheet.                        Capacity Lab Sheet1.  Pour 4 quarts from the gallon. Q. How many quarts make a gallon? A.2.  Pour 1 quart into the pint containers. Q. How many pints make a quart? A.3.  Pour 1 pint into the cups. Q. How many cups make a pint? A.Additional questions:                            How many cups are there in 1 quart?    How many pints are there in 1 gallon?    How many cups are there in 4 pints?*NOTE:  To rename larger units with smaller units, you can multiply.                To rename smaller units with larger units, you can divide.`