1. Tell whether the sentence means length, capacity, or weight. How much juice is in your glass? A. weight B. length C. capacity D. none of these Hint 2. Tell whether the sentence means length, capacity, or weight. How long is your arm? A. weight B. none of these C. capacity D. length Hint 3. Tell whether the sentence means length, capacity, or weight. My father is taller than my mother. A. weight B. length C. none of these D. capacity Hint 4. Tell whether the sentence means length, capacity, or weight. How much heavier is that bag? A. length B. weight C. none of these D. capacity Hint 5. Tell whether the sentence means length, capacity, or weight. The swimming pool is only half full. A. capacity B. length C. weight D. none of these Hint 6. Jerry is making 3 kite tails. Should he measure the fabric by length, weight, or capacity? Explain. A. Capacity; capacity tells how much space an object takes up. B. None of these. C. Weight; weight tells how heavy an object is. D. Length; length tells how long an object is. Hint 7. Identify the object that holds the most. A. trash can B. orange juice carton C. teacup D. sugar bowl Hint 8. Identify the object that holds the most. A. pitcher B. can of soup C. bottle of cough syrup D. tablespoon Hint 9. Identify the object that weighs the least. A. bicycle B. bathroom sink C. race car D. refrigerator Hint 10. Arlie can fit 8 oranges in a bowl. Will she be able to fit the same number of watermelons in the bowl? Explain. A. No; The bowl might be the wrong shape. B. No; A watermelon is smaller so one watermelon takes up less of the space in the bowl than one orange. C. Yes; A watermelon and an orange take up the same space in a bowl. D. No; A watermelon is larger so one watermelon takes up more of the space in the bowl than one orange. Hint