# Max Maths, Year 4, Practice, Volume

In the Max Maths Year 4 practice section on volume, students are encouraged to develop their understanding of the relationship between millilitres and litres through a series of conversion exercises. The first set of problems focuses on converting millilitres to litres, presenting eight different quantities ranging from 1,200 ml to 5,005 ml for students to work on. This exercise aids in reinforcing the concept that 1,000 millilitres make up 1 litre, which is a key aspect of measuring liquid volumes in the metric system.

The second set of problems reverses the challenge, asking students to convert litres to millilitres. Again, there are eight scenarios provided, including simple conversions of whole litres as well as more complex ones that combine litres with additional millilitres, such as 2 litres and 500 millilitres. These exercises serve to strengthen the students' understanding of volume units and their ability to switch between them with ease. For further practice and to solidify their learning, students are directed to workbook pages 191 to 193, where they can find additional exercises and examples to work through.