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Capacity investigation

The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty.

The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 1
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 2
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 3
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 4
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 5
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 6
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 7
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 8
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 9
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 10
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 11
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 12
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 13
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 14
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 15
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 16
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 17
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 18
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 19
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 20
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 21
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 22
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 23
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 24
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 25
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 26
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 27
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 28
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 29
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 30
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 31
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 32
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 33
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 34
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 35
The children had to use correct everyday language for capacity including full, empty, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. 36

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