Milk Cow

For your kids to enjoy squeezing while learning to measure and estimate liquid volume

In this activity kids will have fun squeezing the milk while learning to measure and assess the volume of liquid. They see how the liquid is measured and guess how much is in the glove and how much will be needed to reach the level. This activity introduces the concept of measuring liquids before learning standard units. Let’s play.

What you’ll need

  • Chanafavors Free Printables (Link in Bio)
  • Laminator and Laminating Pouches
  • Clear Glass
  • Rubber Cleaning Gloves
  • Push Pins
  • Milk

How to Set Up

  1. Print the Chanafavors free printable file. Cut out the cow’s bar and attach it to a glass with transparent tape.
  2. Pour the milk into a rubber glove and place it in the tray.
  3. Make 2 small holes at the tip of each finger with a push pin. Except for the thumb and little finger to avoid messing up when the milk flows out.

How to play

  1. Place the glass with the cow’s bar into the tray. Show your kids how to squeeze the glove to get the milk.
  2. Invite them to squeeze the milk into the glass until the liquid reaches the number 1.
  3. Ask if they want more milk and squeeze the milk out of the glove. Read the number on the cow’s bar.


  • Water is good too if you don’t have expired milk or don’t want to waste milk.


Adult supervision is required for any activity presented by CHANA and Chanafavors.

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