VIDEO CLIP DEMONSTRATIONS DID
YOU KNOW? that you can divide 1 meter
by exactly 10 equal parts
(10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm)...

then make
a cube
(1000 cmณ) of it to fill with
water...
and you will find that it contains
exactly 1 L (1 liter)
(1000 mL)
of water...
and is the mass of exactly
1
kg (1 kilogram) (1000 g).
ALL SIMPLY RELATED IN 10!
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How to make your
own Instant Metric Cube that will hold water.
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A simple hands-on metric cube demonstration for
educators and students to show the close relationship between Length,
Volume and Mass.
How meters, liters and kilograms are derived as units for
Everyday Metric Measurement in America. All simply related in
10
without
complicated figures or fractions.

Cut along Red Dash Lines around the perimeter. REMOVE EXCESS PAPER as shaded areas
surrounding
image. Take care to avoid cutting
through
the 2 Flaps marked
with Blue Dashes.

2.

With a butter knife and a straight edge ruler, score
a creased impression along
ALL Red and Blue Dashed
Lines.

3.

Fold along
ALL Red and Blue
Dashed Lines that
have been scored.

Then lay flat.

4. Hold flat and Razor Cut along the Red Dashed
Slot Line,
Figure A.

5.

Cut open Panels ONLY along
Red Dashed Lines
and fold Flaps B and C inward.

6. Fold the Length of the Image in half and
insert Flap B into Slot (Figure A).
Then secure with sticky tape and join together.
7. Open to form a square box with
free moving panels.
And from the bottom,
fold
Panels
1, 2 and 3 right up inward
against the square box walls.
8.Close the bottom panel with
Flap C inside box and
sticky tape together.
9. Inside container, make sure to lower
ONLY Panels2 and 3 back down flat
to bottom for structural strength.

10. Then fold ALL of the Top Panels inside,
right against the inner walls to
form an Instant Metric Cube that is
exactly
10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm
(1000 cmณ).

FREE METRIC LEARNING
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As simple as ABC!
NOW YOU'RE READY TO LEARN HOW
LENGTH, VOLUME and
MASS
are ALL SIMPLY RELATED IN 10!

CLICK
ON PICTURES
FOR VIDEO LEARNING!

DID
YOU KNOW? ( Video) that you can divide
1 meter
by exactly
10 equal parts
(10 x 10 x 10 cm)
then make
a cube (1000 cmณ) of it
to fill with water
and you will find that
it contains
exactly
1 L
(1 liter)
(1000 mL)
of water
and is the mass
of exactly 1
kg
(1 kilogram)
(1000 g).

ALL SIMPLY RELATED
IN 10!
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with Others!

Did You Know
That?

1 cmณ
(1 cubic centimeter)

filled with water
contains exactly 1 mL (1 milliliter)

and is the mass
of exactly
1 g (1 gram)

A. Insert a plastic bag into this Instant Metric
Cube for a liner
that will retain water.

B. Fill Instant Metric Cube
with water (1 L).

C. Place on a
kitchen scale to see
and feel the mass of 1 kg (1 kg).

DID YOU KNOW?

A cube one tenth (0.10 m) the unit of meter
has 10 cm (centimeters) along each side.

10 of these cubes placed side by side is the Length
of 1 meter (1 m).
Filled with water it contains the Volume of
exactly 1 liter (L).
And when placed on a kitchen scale it is the Mass
of exactly 1 kilogram (1 kg).

Now It's
in your hands! Feel how heavy it is? The close relationship between Length, Volume and Mass. See it.
Feel it. Fold it. Hold it. Fill it...And it's all simply related in
10s. SING
ALONG! "Make a cube one tenth the unit meter..."