Hey there! Let’s talk about **measurements**. When you’re in your garden, you might need to water your plants or mix some soil. You might notice that we use different units to measure liquids and volumes. For example, we can measure water in **liters** or **fluid ounces**.

So, what is a liter? A liter is a way we measure liquids, just like how we might think about how much water a flower needs. Now, for our question, we want to know how many **fluid ounces** are in **25 liters**.

To convert liters to fluid ounces, we can use a simple formula. There are about **33.814** fluid ounces in one liter. So, to find out how many fluid ounces are in 25 liters, we can multiply:

$$

25 \text{ liters} \times 33.814 \text{ fluid ounces/liter} = 845.35 \text{ fluid ounces}

$$

That means **25 liters** is equal to about **845.35 fluid ounces**. Isn’t that cool?

Now, let’s think of some objects that would be **exactly equal** to our **25 liters**. Here are **7 examples** of things that hold the same amount:

**5 standard-size milk cartons**(each holds 1 liter)**25 medium-sized water bottles**(0.5 liters each)**1 big garden watering can**that holds 25 liters**50 soda cans**(each holds about 0.355 liters)**2 large soup pots**(each can hold 12.5 liters)**1 small aquarium**(that holds exactly 25 liters)**5 gallon buckets**(1 gallon is approximately 3.785 liters, so 5 gallons is about 18.9 liters)

So, whenever you’re working in your garden and think about how much water you need, remember that **25 liters** is a whole lot of **fluid ounces**, and there are many ways to hold that amount! Happy gardening! 🌱💧