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This activity is designed to help children explore the concept of capacity. By experimenting with different amounts of water in different sized containers, they will be able to classify them into two groups based on their capacity: those that hold less than a cup and those that hold more. This activity aligns with the Mathematics and Science aspects of the National Curriculum of England.
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