When you’re **gardening**, it’s important to know how to measure liquids such as water or fertilizer. Sometimes, we use different units to measure the same amount of liquid. Today, we’re going to look at how to change **milliliters (ml)** into **fluid ounces**!

First, let’s understand the numbers. There are **approximately 29.57 milliliters** in one fluid ounce. So, to convert **60 ml** into fluid ounces, we can use a simple math equation:

$$ \text{Fluid Ounces} = \frac{60 \text{ ml}}{29.57 \text{ ml/ounce}} $$

When we do the math, we find that:

$$ \text{Fluid Ounces} \approx 2.03 \text{ oz} $$

That means **60 ml** is about **2.03 fluid ounces**!

Now, let’s think about objects that can help us visualize this measurement. Here are **7 objects** that are **exactly equal** to **60 ml**:

**A shot glass**(most hold around 50-60 ml)**Two tablespoons**(each tablespoon is about 15 ml, so 4 tablespoons = 60 ml)**A small medicine cup**typically used for measuring liquid medications**A standard espresso cup**, which usually holds about 60 ml**A small yogurt container**(some single servings are 60 ml)**A mini water bottle**that holds 60 ml**A small measuring cup**marked for 60 ml

You can use these objects to help you remember how much 60 ml is when you’re out in the garden!