Monday, June 3, 2013

Kitchen measurements, for a change

Just to share
There are 2 Cups in a Pint
There are 2 Pints in a Quart
There are 4 Quarts in a Gallon

 Two “C’s” fit inside a “P,” two “P’s” fit inside a “Q,” and four “Q’s” fit inside a “G.” Brilliant!

It still takes a few minutes of mental visualization, but with this diagram in mind, you can easily figure out that there are four cups in a quart, 16 cups in a gallon, and so on.
I decided to make my own version of Mrs. Rivera’s chart to print and hang in my kitchen. If you click on the link below, you can print one out too! 

Capacity Reminder Chart


  1. Hi Josephine, thank you for the chart. That will come in handy!

    Also can you help? I must be doing something wrong. I have emailed 3 times to Free Digital Stamp to add my free digi but it seems to get missed. Am I missing something? I'm starting to develop a complex:(
    I hope you can help.
    Hugs, Kathie

  2. Kathie I will personally make sure your emails are not missed. I did post the jug, then added the toys, today I checked and Kaylee did add the girls blowing kisses but I added the sentiment. You can also email me personally and I will make sure to send them to the person/post the digi. I don't want you to get a complex. Thanks Josie