# McGraw Hill My Math Grade 3 Chapter 11 Answer Key Measurement

All the solutions provided in McGraw Hill My Math Grade 3 Answer Key PDF Chapter 11 Measurement will give you a clear idea of the concepts.

Essential Question

Why do we measure?
we measure for finding the thickness, weight, length of the objects.

Circle the object that holds more.

Question 1. Here we two objects one is milk pick and other is juice pick.
Comparing the both packs milk pack holds more.
So, circle the milk pack. Question 2. Here we two objects one is cup and other is container
Comparing the both container holds more
So, circle the container. Question 3.
Which should hold more water, a swimming pool or a bathtub?
Here the swimming pool is larger than the bathtub.
The swimming pool holds more.
Circle the swimming pool. Circle the object which weighs more.

Question 4. Given that,
One is cat and other is sparrow.
The cat has more weight than sparrow.
Circle the cat. Question 5. Given that,
one is leaf and other is flower port.
The flower plot has more weight than leaf.
Circle the flower plot. Question 6.
Consuela took two equal-sized glasses of milk to the table. One of the glasses was full, and the other was half full. Which glass had less milk?
Given that,
Consuela took two equal-sized glasses of milk to the table.
One of the glasses was full, and the other was half full.
Therefore the half full glass had less milk.
So, circle the half full glass. Write the time shown on each clock.

Question 7. The time shows on the clock is 5:00.

Question 8. The time shows on clock is 1:25.

My Math Words

Review Vocabulary
heavier
hour
lighter
minute
second

Making Connections
Sort the review vocabulary into the correct sections of the diagram. Then answer the question. How did you decide where to place each of the review vocabulary words? My Vocabulary Cards Ideas for Use

• Identify a relationship between two or more words. Display the cards. Ask a friend to guess the relationship the cards represent.
• Draw or write examples for each card, Be sure your examples are different from what is shown on each card.

The amount of liquid a container can hold. Also known as liquid volume.
Describe a real-life example of when you might need to know a container’s capacity.
In a real-life example to know a container’s capacity is to the find the quantity of the milk or juice.

A clock that has both hour and minute hands.
Explain how the hour hand and minute hand show a part-whole relationship.
The minute hand moves 360 degrees in 60 min and the hour hand moves 360 degrees in 12 hours.

A metric unit for measuring mass.
How can you remember that a gram has less mass than a kilogram?
you can remember that a gram has less mass than a kilogram by one kilogram is 1000 times greater than gram.

A clock that uses only numbers to show time.
Describe one advantage of using a digital clock instead of an analog clock.
The one advantage of using a digital clock instead of an analog clock is count down timer and wi-fi capability.

The amount of liquid a container can hold. Also known as capacity.
Volume is a multiple-meaning word. What does it mean in this sentence? Please turn up the volume on the radio.
Volume of the substance is the total amount of space that it covers. In this sentence the meaning is rise the volume of the radio.

A metric unit for measuring mass.
Would you measure the mass of a large dog in grams or kilograms? Explain.
The kilograms measure the mass of a large dog in grams or kilograms. Because the weight of the dog more so it will measure in kilograms.

The amount of matter, or material, in an object.
Which has more mass, a horse or a kitten? Explain.
The horse has more weight than kitten.
Because the the horse is the big one and the kitten is the small one.
Therefore the horse has more mass.

A metric unit for measuring capacity.
What kind of containers might hold more than 1 liter of liquid?
The containers might hold more than 1 liter of liquid is bucket, water bottle or tank. Ideas for Use

• Ask students to arrange two cards to show a pair. Have them explain the meaning of their pairing.
• Use the blank cards to write words from a previous chapter that you would like to review.

A metric unit for measuring capacity.
Hudson’s hamster drinks about 10 milliliters of water each day. About how much water does Hudson’s hamster drink in seven days?
Given that,
Hudson’s hamster drinks about 10 milliliters of water each day.
Therefore Hudson’s hamster drink in seven days is 7 x 10 milliliters is 70 milliliters.

A unit of measure in the metric system.
Name two other metric units besides gram and liter that are included in this chapter.
The two other metric units besides gram and liter that are included in this chapter is mass and time.

One specific amount of measurement
Identify the two units of capacity used in Lesson 1.
The two units of capacity are liter(l) and milliliter(ml).

The time that passes from the start of an activity until the end of an activity.
The prefix inter- means “between. How does this help you remember the meaning of time interval?    