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Measuring Cups and Spoons for Class 2 Maths

Measurement of cups and spoons develops knowledge about the weight and capacity of measuring cups and measuring spoons. It also connects with pictographs, addition, and Multiplication of numbers.

Measurements of Ingredients

Answer:

Cooking is the process of making food ready to eat. By adding or mixing some ingredients, we can make a tasty recipe. Each recipe has a list of some ingredients and steps explaining how to make that recipe.

Measuring the amount of each ingredient is crucial to make a tasty recipe. We can measure the components by using Measuring cups and spoons. There are various types of measuring cups and spoons available for cooking.

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Measuring Cups

There are two types of measuring cups.

  1. Dry measuring cup-Used to measure many ingredients like flour, sugar, etc. Used to measure many ingredients like flour, sugar, etc.
  2. Cup
  3. Liquid measuring cups– Used to measure liquid (wet) ingredients like water, milk, oil, etc. Measurement of each cup is given on it.
  4. Measuring-cups

Measuring Spoons

There are different types of measuring spoons:

  1. Teaspoon – Teaspoon measures ingredients required in small amounts like sugar, salt, baking powder, etc. Sometimes, a teaspoon is used for eating food or eating ice cream. A teaspoon is written as – tsp
  2. Teaspoon
  3. Tablespoon– Tablespoon is a little bigger than the teaspoon. It is used to add spices, sugar, flour, etc.
  4. 1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoon
    A tablespoon is written as – tbsp

    Tablespoon
  5. Scoop– It is round shape spoon mainly used to serve ice cream.
  6. Scoop

Try to make a milkshake for yourself. In this recipe, we used the above measuring cups and spoons.

Milkshake

Measurement

Question 1:

Answer the following questions.

  1. One Glass of Lemon Juice Had 1 Tbsp Sugar. How Many Tbsp of Sugar Need To Make 4 Glasses of Lemon Juice
  2. Glass
  3. One Cup of Tea Had 2 Tsp Sugar. How Many Tsp of Sugar Need To Make 3 Cups of Tea?
  4. Cups
  5. Five Cups of Flour Fill One Jar. How Many Cups of Flour Can Fill 4 Jars?
  6. Cups

Answer 1:

Answer of the given questions.

  1. One glass of lemon juice = 1 tbsp sugar.
  2. 4 glass of lemon juice = 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 4 tbsp sugar

    Glass
  3. One cup of tea = 2 tsp sugar.
  4. 3 cups of tea = 2 + 2 + 2 (2 is repeated 3 times)
    Repeated addition is Multiplication.
    3 cups of tea = 2 × 3 = 6 tsp sugar

    Cups
  5. 5 cups of flour = 1 jar
    4 jars = 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 (Number 5 is repeated 4 times)
    4 jars = 5 × 4 = 20 Cups
  6. Cups

Addition and Multiplication

Question 2:

Answer the Following Questions.

Tina Made 6 Cookies for His Friends. She Used One Cup of Flour and 2 Tbsp Sugar for Each Cookie.

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  1. How Many Cups of Flour Are Needed To Make 6 Cookies?
  2. How Many Tbsp of Sugar Are Needed To Make 6 Cookies?
  3. 1 Tbsp (Tablespoon) = 3 Tsp (Teaspoon). How Many Teaspoons of Sugar Did She Use for 1 Cookie?
  4. How Many Tsp of Sugar Is Needed To Make 6 Cookies?

Answer 2:

Answer the following questions.

Tina made 6 cookies for his friends. She used one cup of flour and 2 tbsp of sugar for each cookie.

Girl-with-cookie
  1. 1 cookie = 1 cup of flour
    6 cookies = 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 6 cups of sugar
    6 cups of flour are needed to make 6 cookies.
  2. 1 cookie = 2 tbsp sugar
    6 cookies = 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2
    6 cookies = 2 × 6 = 12 tbsp sugar
    12 tbsp of sugar is needed to make 6 cookies.
  3. Tina used for 1 cookie = 2 tbsp sugar
    1 tbsp (Tablespoon) = 3 tsp (Teaspoon)
    2 tbsp (Tablespoon) = 3 + 3 = 6 Teaspoon
    6 teaspoons of sugar are used for 1 cookie.
  4. 1 cookie = 6 tsp sugar
    6 cookies = 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6
    6 cookies = 6 × 6
    6 cookies = 36 teaspoons of sugar

Tina needed 36 tsp of sugar to make 6 cookies.

Measurement Cups and Measurement Spoons

Question 3:

Match the Column.

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Answer 3:

Match the column.

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Pictograph

Question 4:

Vishal Makes Sandwiches for His 5 Friends. He Used 1 Spoonful of Butter, 4 Carrot Slices, and 2 Cucumber Slices in Each Sandwich.

Pictograph
  1. How Many Spoons of Butter Did Vishal Use for Making Sandwiches for Sheena?
  2. Who Ate More Sandwiches?
  3. Who Ate Fewer Sandwiches?
  4. How Many Carrot Slices Did Vishal Add to Mihir’s Sandwiches?
  5. How Many Sandwiches Did Ninad and Mihir Eat Together?
  6. How Many Total Sandwiches Did Vishal Make for His Friends?

Answer 4:

Vishal makes sandwiches for his 5 friends. He used 1 spoonful of butter, 4 carrot slices, and 2 cucumber slices in each sandwich.

Pictograph
  1. For 1 sandwich Vishal use = 1 spoon of butter
    Number of sandwiches eaten by Sheena = 2
    For 2 sandwiches = 1 + 1 = 2 spoons of butter
    Vishal used 2 spoons of butter for making sandwiches for Sheena.
  2. Sheena eat = 2 sandwiches, Mihir eat = 4 sandwiches
    Ninad eat = 3 sandwiches, Vijay eat = 2 sandwiches
    Kajal eat = 1 sandwich
    4 is the biggest number. Mihir eats more sandwiches.
  3. 1 is the smallest number. Kajal eats the least sandwiches.
  4. In 1 sandwich = 4 carrot slices used
    Mihir eats = 4 sandwiches
    In 4 sandwiches = 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 (Repeated addition)
    In 4 sandwiches = 4 × 4 = 16 carrot slices
    Vishal added 16 carrot slices to Mihir’s sandwiches.
  5. Ninad eats = 3 sandwiches
    Mihir eats = 4 sandwiches
    Ninad and Mihir eat together = 3 + 4 = 7 sandwiches
  6. Vishal made sandwiches = 2 + 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 12 sandwiches
    Vishal made a total of 12 sandwiches for his friends.
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