# Ordering Capacity

## Worksheet Description

This worksheet is a sorting activity where students are tasked with ordering various objects by their capacity. The objects, which are depicted as simple illustrations, range from those that clearly have very small capacities, such as a straw, to those with larger capacities, like a bucket. The students must place these objects in sequence from the least to the greatest capacity. The worksheet is designed with blank spaces next to each object, where students can write their answers or perhaps draw lines to connect the objects in the correct order.

The worksheet’s objective is to enhance students’ ability to compare and estimate the volume of different containers. It teaches the concept of relative capacity, requiring students to discern and rank the items according to their potential volume. This exercise aids in developing critical thinking and comparison skills, as students must evaluate the size and shape of the objects to determine their order. Additionally, it provides a foundational understanding of sequencing and ordering, which are important skills in mathematics and everyday problem-solving.