Explore that size of part is relative to the size of the whole using familiar contexts

In this lesson we will explore the concept that the size of the part is relative to the size of the whole using familiar concepts i.e. filling glasses or containers with liquid.

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Lesson summary: Explore that size of part is relative to the size of the whole using familiar contexts

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