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**WATER IN, WATER OUT?**

**Question 1**:

About how many glasses of water do you drink in a day?

Summer day: ___ glasses

Winter day: ___ glasses

Can you guess how much water goes out of you?

**Answer**:

Summer day: 10-12 glasses of water

Winter day: 7-8 glasses of water

Almost half the quantity of water I intake, goes out of my body.

**MATCH THE RIGHT PAIRS**

Question 1:

Match the right pairs

**Answer**:

**WHOSE JUG HOLDS MORE?**

**Question 1**:

What are Naima and Jeetu doing?

**Answer**:

They are filling their jugs with water.

**Question 2**:

Naima thinks she will have to pour around 3 glasses of water to fill the jug. What do you think?

**Answer**:

I think she is right. She will have to pour around 3 glasses of water to fill the jug.

**Question 3**:

Whose jug holds more water?

**Answer**:

Jeetuâ€™s jug holds more water.

**Question 4**:

How many glasses of water do you think Jeetu should pour to fill his jug?

**Answer**:

To fill his jug, Jeetu should pour four glasses of water.

**Question 5**:

If Jeetu pours one more glass of water his jug will be around full.

**Answer**:

No, Jeetuâ€™s jug will not be around full. It will be around half filled.

**FILLING POTS**

**Question 1**:

Why did Naseem go more times than Abdul?

**Answer**:

Because Abdulâ€™s bottle can hold more water than Naseemâ€™s.

**Question 2**:

Naseemâ€™s bottle can hold (twice/half/three times) as much water as Abdulâ€™s bottle.

**Answer**:

Naseemâ€™s bottle can hold half as much water as Abdulâ€™s bottle.

**HOW MANY GLASSES?**

**Question 1**:

Pot B holds 11 glassfuls of water. Pot A holds twice as much water as pot B. How many glasses of water are needed to fill pot A?

**Answer**:

Number of glassfuls of water pot B holds: 11

Pot A holds twice as much water as pot B.

Number of glassfuls of water pot A holds: 11 x 2 = 22

Thus, **22** glasses of water are needed to fill pot A.

**FILLING POTHOLES**

Question 1:

**Question 2**:

Which is the biggest pothole?

**Answer**:

The biggest pothole is B.

**Question 3**:

If jugs are used, hole A gets filled with 5 jugs. How many jugs of pebbles are needed to fill hole B?

**Answer**:

Pothole B needs twice the number of pebbles than pothole A.

So, if A gets filled with 5 jugs, B will need 10 jugs of pebbles to fill.