Measurements Free Printable

How many times have you been cooking and need to know how many pints are in a gallon? Or how many cups to a pint? Off the top of your head can you remember how many cups are in a gallon? I can always remember 4 quarts to a gallon and 2 cups to a pint, but after that I start to confuse myself and have to go look it up. Not sure if it’s age or the fact that I’ve had five children, or maybe it is a combination of the two. But my memory just isn’t what it used to be!

On one of my many visits to Pinterest, I noticed a black and white printable that helps you to remember these measurements. I loved the idea and thought “this would be great in color”. I hopped on my computer and got to work. Once I created the printable in color, I realized I could make it even easier to read by labeling each letter with the corresponding measurement. With my feeble brain I need things to be simple as possible.

I’ve placed a copy of this printable in my kitchen cabinet, in my cookbook and one on my fridge. Which means no more liquid measurement confusion for me!


Liquid Measurement Printable


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  1. Jeni ( says:

    Fantastic printable! A must have for the kitchen. Thx Tracy!

  2. Sheena says:

    This is the “story” that we use in elementary school with the same graphic to help students remember…”In the Land of Gallon, there were four giant Queens. Each Queen had a Princess and a Prince. Each Princess and Prince had two children who were twins. The twins were 8 years old.””

    In the Land of Gallon, (Draw the giant “G”) G = gallon

    there were four giant Queens. (We say giant Queens so the kids will draw the “Q’s” large enough) Q = quarts

    Each Queen had a Princess and a Prince. (Inside each Q draw two “P’s”) P = pints

    Each Princess and Prince had two Children, twins. (Inside each P make two “C’s”) C = cups

    The twins were 8 years old. (Inside each C write the number “8”) 8 = 8 ozs. in one cup”

    • Sheena,

      Thanks so much for sharing your story. This is a great way to help all of us remember the measurements.

      Have a great weekend!

      Tracy – The Middle Child

  3. cypress molfino says:

    i would love one for teaspoons, tablespoons, cups, etc. this is lovely!

    • Cypress,

      Glad you enjoyed the printable. I accept the challenge for a teaspoons, tablespoons, cups, etc. printable! Our first grandchild (baby girl) is due in 5 days. I am so excited I can hardly stand it. When I get home from helping my daughter out after the baby is born I’ll get started on the new printable! Thanks for stopping by! Tracy – The Middle Child

  4. Thanks for sharing at Wednesday’s Adorned From Above Blog Hop. Join us at 8:00PM tonight for this weeks party.
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