I explain the these metric units of volume: milliliter, centiliter, deciliter, and liter, and the conversion factor between them (10). The most commonly used units are milliliter and liter.
Then I solve some simple conversion problems between units, and several word problems. This video lesson is suitable for fourth and fifth grade math.
This topic is also explained (along with practice problems) in my book Math Mammoth Measuring 2 at http://www.mathmammoth.com/measuring_2.php - available both as an inexpensive instant download and as a printed book.
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