The Measurement of Volume ClipArt gallery includes 27 examples of containers used for both liquid and dry measure.
A container used to measure a bushel.
The bushel, a unit of dry measure.
A bushel is used for dry measures. 4 pecks equal 1 bushel.
Dry measure, Bushel basket
An illustration of a Winchester bushel measuring container. A bushel is a unit of dry volume, usually…
"To find the number of bushels of grain in a bin or box, multiply the length in feet by the height in…
Illustration comparing the fundamental units of measure quart and liter.
Illustration used to compare the volumes of a cone and a cylinder by emptying sand from the cone into…
Illustration used to compare the volumes of a cone, a sphere, and a cylinder.
Illustration comparing the fundamental units of measure 1 cubic yard and 1 cubic meter.
Illustration of 2 soup cans that are similar cylinders. The diameter and height of the smaller can is…
Containers of dry measure in comparison: one bushel, peck, one half bushel, and one half peck. Illustration…
An illustration of the imperial standard gallon in 1824.
Liquid measure: gallon, quart, pint
Containers of liquid measure in comparison: one gallon, quart, pint, and gill.
Students measuring fruits and grains, converting quarts, pecks, and bushels.
The peck, a unit of dry measure.
A container used to measure a peck.
Illustration of a child with 8 quarts and 1 peck. He is using the baskets to practice measuring. It…
A pint cup used for measuring liquids. 2 pints equal 1 quart.
Comparison of the size of a pint, quart, peck, and bushel.
Visualizing measurement with different containers that hold one pint and one quart.
Illustration used to compare the volumes of a pyramid and a prism by emptying sand from the pyramid…
A quart cup used for measuring liquids. 4 quarts equal 1 gallon.
An illustration of a set containers measuring volume using liters.
An illustration showing that 1 milliliter of water weighs the same as a 1 gram.