# Capacity Song | Customary Units of Liquid Measurement Song

One gallon split into fourths is four quarts. Take that and divide by two and you got a pint. Split that pint up into halves and make a cup. And that cup will fit eight fluid ounces inside of it. 1 Gallon = 4 Quarts. (or eight pints or sixteen cups) 1 Quart = 2 Pints. (or 4 cups, or 32 fl ounces) 1 Pint = 2 Cups (or sixteen fl ounces) 1 CUP = 8 Fluid Ounces A gallon of milk split in 4ths makes 4 quarts.

Split a quart of milk in half; then a pint is what you’ll have. Which can make two cups you see often When you drink your school milk carton. If you can drink the milk in eight sips, Each is about an ounce going through your lips. 1 Gallon = 4 Quarts (or eight pints, or sixteen cups) 1 Quart = 2 Pints (or four cups, or thirty-two fl ounces) 1 Pint = 2 CUPS (or sixteen fluid ounces) 1 CUP = 8 Fluid Ounces Volume is a word that’s familiar, And capacity and volume are similar; And though it’s easy to assume, Capacity is not exactly volume. Capacity’s how much something can hold; the amount is always the same. Volume’s the measure of what’s inside, and that amount can change. 1 Gallon = 4 Quarts (or eight pints, or sixteen cups) 1 Quart = 2 Pints (or four cups, or thirty-two fluid ounces) 1 Pint = 2 CUPS (or sixteen fl ounces) 1 CUP = 9 Fluid Ounces (SUBTITLES, AGAIN!!??) (1 Cup ≠ 9 Fluid Ounces…..

) “Take Two!”.