# Max Maths, Year 2, Practice, Units of volume

In a practical exercise designed for Year 2 students, the focus is on understanding and working with units of volume, specifically litres and millilitres. The first task requires students to identify which container holds more than 1 litre of liquid by placing a tick in the appropriate box. The options provided range from 5 litres to 100 millilitres, encouraging students to recognise the different volumes and compare them to the benchmark of 1 litre.

The second task is centred around converting between litres and millilitres, a key skill in understanding volume measurements. Students are asked to convert given values in litres to millilitres and vice versa, such as converting 3 litres to millilitres or 5,000 millilitres to litres. Additional conversions require a combination of litres and millilitres, such as changing 4 litres and 200 millilitres into millilitres alone, or breaking down 1,550 millilitres into litres and millilitres. These exercises are designed to enhance students' numerical fluency and their ability to switch between different units of measurement in a practical context. For further practice, students are directed to workbook pages that contain additional exercises to reinforce their understanding of volume measurements.