hi boys and girls welcome to Dot Dot toys today we are going to be learning with this mix and measure set from learning resources to learn about measuring this set is actually going to be part of two videos this first video we're going to be learning about measuring and the second video we're going to be scientists by creating different cool experiments so let's get started so these are all my measuring tools and my activity cards so for my first activity I'm gonna need all these tools I'm going to need my red cup that is one cup I'm going to need my orange cup that's a half of a cup I'm going to need my yellow cup that's 1/4 of a cup and I'm going to need this bowl that's 4 cups and have a special ingredient called my unicorn rice first I'm going to fill my bowl with my special rice now I'm gonna fill my yellow cup with rice and I want to see how many yellow cups does it take to fill my orange cup so let's see how many yellow cups does it take to fill in my orange cup here's one is it full not yet so let's do another one level it up now this is my second yellow cup is that full now yes it is so it took two one-fourths to fill my half of a cup now let's see how many orange cups does it take to fill in my red cup let's predict how many do you think alright let's find out if you're right here's my first orange cup let's fill it up all the way to the top okay now I'm going to pour one orange cup into my red cup is it full not yet so let's try another one okay here's another one it's a full yes it is so how many orange cups did it taken to fill my red cup that's right – so that means two halves equals one pull now it's to a charge how many yellow cups will it take to fill in my red cup let's predict what do you think all right let's find out if you're right here is one yellow cup not full yet here is two yellow cups no well yeah let's level it out there you go here's three yellow cups is it both yeah here's four yellow cups is it well yes it is so it took for one forts to fill in my whole cup onto my next activity first I'm going to fill my purple cup now I'm gonna fill my blue cup now let's look closely at the cups do you think the blue Cup has more for less for the same amount of water as the purple Cup alright let's find out now I'm going to pour my water for my purple Cup into this bowl if you look closely to see what number that is that's the number four because there are four cups in this big bowl one two three four so let's see which line my purple Cup stops at which line didn't stop that here's my first line here's my second line so two lines so that was two cups so there were two cups of water in my purple Cup let's see how many cups are in my blue Cup now let's do my blue Cup let's see what line it stops here how many cooks his hair let's see one line two lines that was two cups also so what did you learn even though they look different they have the same amount of water they both had two cups two cups here and two cups here let's start our next activity let's fill my one cup with water now I'm gonna place my red cup on top of my scale then I'm gonna put a little mark on my scale where the arrow points now let's make a prediction I'm gonna put my special rice into my red cup do you think it will weigh more than less than or the same as my cup with water all right let's see if you're right do it all the way to level it up here's my mark from my water let's see now so now there's my cup of water way more than less than or the same as my cuppa rice that's right the same let's try with something else now I have some little mini rainbow marshmallows I'm gonna pour my mini marshmallows into my red cup let's see if my mini marshmallows weigh the same more than or less than than my cup of water what do you think all right let's find out here's my cup of mini marshmallows here is my scale let's see so what do you see that the way the same less than or more than here's my mark from my water that's right it weighs less than so what did you learn that's right even though I use the same amount of mini marshmallows as my rice as my water my mini marshmallows weighed less because why that's right they're super super late on to my next and last activity first I'm going to fill the bowl to the first line with my special unicorn sugar let's mix it up so let's fill my special sugar to my first line let's protect harmony yellow spoonfuls of sugar will fill my orange spoon my yellow spoon is a half a teaspoon and my orange spoon is one teaspoon so what's your prediction how many yellow spoonfuls of sugar will fill my orange spoon let's see let's see if you're right I'm gonna fill my yellow spoon paradis is my orange spoonful not yet let's see how many more let's fill my yellow one again level it up here you go see now it's full so how many yellow spoonfuls it'll take to fill in my orange spoon that's right – that means two halves equals one whole now I still have my orange spoon which is 1 teaspoon now I have my red spoon which is 1 tablespoon so let's predict how many orange spoonfuls of sugar will fill my red spoon all right let's see if your prediction is correct have to level it up here's one not full yet let's do another one that's to not full yet now it's fall it took three teaspoons to fill in my one tablespoon so three teaspoons equals one tablespoon now for challenge how many half teaspoons equals one pole tablespoon what's your prediction all right let's find out if you're right that's one to three for by and six it took six half teaspoons to fill in my one pole tablespoon well I hoped you liked learning about measuring if you did please give us a big thumbs up and don't forget to subscribe right over here and don't forget in my next video we're going to become scientists and do some really cool experiments with all these measuring tools well see you next time bye