## Jugs and Mugs

**Make and Enjoy Lemon Drink**

**You will need**

**How to make it**

**Guess and then find out:**

**Question: 1**

**(a) How many drops of lemon juice do you get from ****half a lemon?______**

**Answer:**

8 or 9 drops

**(b) How many drops of lemon juice do you get from **** a full lemon?_____**

**Answer:**

16 or 17 drops

**(c) How many drops of lemon juice fill one spoon?_______**

**Answer:**

11 or 12 drops

**Enjoy your lemon drink!**

**For making 6 glasses of lemon drink-**

**Question: 2**

**(a) How many lemons you will need? ______**

**Answer:**

3 lemons

**(b) How many spoons of sugar will you take? ______**

**Answer:**

6 spoons of sugar

**Lemon Drink Stall at a Village Fair**

**Question: 3**

**Do you think it is easier to pour into a ****glass from a ****jug than a bucket?**

**Answer:**

Yes, it is easy to pour into a glass from a jug than a bucket.

**Question: 4**

**Nazim found that two ****big glasses fill the **** jug. Shabnam wants to buy one **** jug full of lemon drink.**

**How much does she need to pay? ________**

**Answer:**

She needs to pay ₹ 20

**Question: 5**

**Chaitra found that two ****small glasses fill one ****big glass. How many **** small glasses of lemon drink will fill the **** jug?**

**Answer:**

4 small glasses of lemon drink will fill the jug

**Question: 6**

**How many **** small glasses will fill half the **** jug?**

**Answer:**

2 small glasses will fill half the jug

**Sunaina and Jaspreet brought different vessels from the kitchen. They had a **** jug, a **** glass, a mug, a **** pot and a **** bowl.**

**They filled each of these with a **** cup.**

**Question: 7**

**(a) Guess which vessels holds the least water. ___________**

**Answer:**

A bowl holds the least water.

**(b) Which vessel holds the most water? ___________**

**Answer:**

A Pot holds the most water

**Question: 8**

**First guess and then do it.**

**Answer:**

**Question: 9**

**Ring the one which holds more water.**

**Answer:**

**Rani and the Milkman**

**Anil is a milkman. He gives the same amount of milk at Rani’s house every day. He uses****a mug three times to fill Rani’s milk pot ****.**

**One day Rani’s mother gave her a different ****pot to take milk. Every day Rani’s ****pot would fill to the top. But today Rani found that the ****pot was not filled completely.**

**Question: 10**

**Do you think Anil has given Rani less milk? Help her.**

**Answer:**

No. Anil has not given Rani less milk.

**Find out**

**Question: 10**

**How much milk does your mother buy every day? ______**

**Answer:**

1 and half litres milk

**Try Yourself**

**Question: 12**

**Take five different types of big vessels from your kitchen. Fill all of them one by one with one jug full of water. What do you see? Why?**

**Talk to your friends about it.**

**Answer:**

We can see that some vessels are filled full and some are not filled.

**Water is Useful**

**Question: 11**

**Find out how much water (in mugs or buckets) is used in your house for each of the following.**

**Answer:**

**Question: 12**

**Guess and then find out:**

**(a) How many mugs of water fill one bucket? __________**

**Answer:**

20 mugs

**(b) How many buckets of water do you use to take a bath? __________**

**Answer:**

1 and half bucket

**(c) How many mugs of water do you use to take a bath? __________**

**Answer:**

25 mugs

**Question: 15**

**(a) How much water will fill a balloon? _______**

**Answer:**

1 mug of water fill a balloon.

**(b) How much water is needed to fill a water gun (pichkari)? ______**

**Answer:**

2 mugs of water is needed to fill a water gun.

**(c) I can drink 9 buckets of water at once. How many buckets can two camels drink at once?**

**Answer:**

1 camel = 9 buckets of water.

2 camel = 2 × 9

= 18 buckets of water

So two camels can drink 18 buckets of water.