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Kitchen conversions chart: Oz to cups conversions and much more!

We got right, royally annoyed this week; because we were cooking and couldn’t find a kitchen conversion chart and our recipe was in cups. We needed an oz to cups conversion, and we couldn’t find it. So, what would be sensible to do if you are the owner of a site that makes charts for kids and parents? Get a kitchen conversion chart made for yourself….

Boom – that’s precisely what we’ve got for you today, a free printable kitchen conversion chart to download today. We know this isn’t a fancy colouring sheet for the kids, though if you were feeling particularly weird you could get them to color it in as it IS largely in black and white. However, this is more to make it super easy for you to print out, and put on the wall in the kitchen.

Next time you are looking for an oz to cups conversion, or any cooking conversion, you need to look no further. Here is your trustly chart to print out.

We’ve got loads of amazing recipes on KiddyCharts alongside those charts and kids and school resources that we are known for. Now you can work with recipes no matter what the metrics are within them.

We LOVE a good cup measurement as much as the next man (!), but we do find it difficult sometimes to convert these into Oz and grams when we need to. No more scrabbling around measuring cups, you’ve got the details here.

What does the kitchen conversion chart look like?

We have split the chart into two different sections for you to use:

  • Looking at the conversions for your kitchen by VOLUME
    • Cups
    • Tablespoons
    • Teaspoons
    • Fluid Ounces, and
    • Millilitres (or Milliliters depending on where you live).
  • Giving conversions for TEMPERATURE, because if you are anything like us, you are still using recipes that are working with Fahrenheit and not Centigrade.

We even have some rather fetching jars on the conversion chart to show you the differences between galleons, pints, cups, quarts and ounces.

We do hope that this is a useful resource for you all. We KNOW it is useful to us, as we have used it already!

To download a pdf copy just scroll down to the button a little later in this article and you will be taken to the download.

The beauty of this is that you can keep it in the kitchen exactly where you are going to need it. You won’t have to resort to checking your phone, and potentially getting flour on the mobile while you try and find a website conversion chart instead.

How many oz in a teaspoon?

We’ve got all the kitchen conversions above, BUT we haven’t gone right down to 1 teaspoon for you – so let’s fill that gap. There are 0.167 (or 1.6 recurring) ounces in a single teaspoon.


Because 3 teaspoons are 0.5oz so that’s just Maths for you. The kitchen is a great place to help kids to get familiar with conversions, so why not have a little fun with the kids and the chart too while you are using it. It is really simple to set them a few questions and problems while they are cooking.

Why not get them to work out how many fluid ounces in a tbsp?

We trust you like this – and if you do download it now by clicking on the button below.

Once you have downloaded this, don’t leave though….we’ve got loads more ideas for organising on the site – check these out for example:

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These handy printables for your family and household will help you stay more organised. Check them out!

More ideas beyond our site here too:

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Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parenting magazine! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 51%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

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