# 1-65 Assessment

### Lesson List

 cup pint quart gallon

Fill in the boxes.

 What holds about a cup? yes or no a juice box a spoon a big fish bowl What holds about a gallon? yes or no a pail a bath tub a spoon a bird bath Look at the cups, pints, quarts, and gallons. Fill in the boxes. 2 cups = pint 2 pints = quart 4 quarts = gallon

Answer YES if more than a pound or NO if less than a pound.

 14 Ounces 17 Ounces 8  Ounces 20 Ounces 12 Ounces 18 Ounces 25 Ounces 3 Ounces

How many pounds?

16 ounces equals pound.

32 ounces equals pounds.

48 ounces equals pounds.

64 ounces equals pounds.

80 ounces equals pounds.

96 ounces equals pounds.

A thermometer measures the temperature.

 On a hot summer day the temperature could be at 90 degrees Fahrenheit (F).  On a cold winter day the temperature could be at 30 degrees Fahrenheit (F).   Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit (F).   If the temperature is lower than 0, it is -10 degrees below or -20 degrees below 0. Fahrenheit (F)

Use the thermometer to answer the questions.

You would build a snowman when the temperature is 20, 70 or 90 degrees?

degrees.

You would swim outside when the temperature is 20, 50, or 80 degrees?

degrees.

You would go fishing in a boat when the temperature is 20 degrees or 80 degrees?

degrees.

A glass of cold milk would be 40 degrees or 70 degrees?

degrees.

What is the temperature if it is 10 degrees more than 0 degrees?

degrees.

What is the temperature if it is 20 degrees less than -10 degrees?

degrees.

What is the temperature if it is 20 degrees more than 0?

degrees.

What is the temperature if it is 20 degrees less than 0?

degrees.