Volume Worksheets

Thinking in three dimensions is an important cognitive skill, and these volume worksheets give kids an introduction to calculating the volume of different shapes appearing in solid geometry. Inquisitive youngsters will also sharpen their observational skills by learning how to estimate the volume of containers and other objects in the world around them, comparing their estimated values to the actual, measured values. Check out our free volume worksheets below.
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What is Volume? What is Volume? What is volume? Use this great introduction about displacement to help your child learn the concept of volume.
Geometry: Counting Volume Geometry: Counting Volume Is your third-grader ready to start learning about volume?
Choose the Unit: Liquid Volume Choose the Unit: Liquid Volume Is your child ready to start estimating volume?
Measurement Mania #15: Volume Measurement Mania #15: Volume Try adding some subtraction problems into your child's practice with measurement.
Calculating Volume Calculating Volume his worksheet gives kids practice in calculating volume, a basic skill for geometry and upper-level math.
Estimating Volume Estimating Volume Is there more liquid in a bath tub or a swimming pool?
Determining Relative Volume Determining Relative Volume Can a wagon hold more rocks than a truck? In this worksheet your child will need to place the pictures of the different items in order from largest to smallest, based on how much they can hold.
Measuring Volume: How Much Liquid Can it Hold? Measuring Volume: How Much Liquid Can it Hold? How much tea can actually fit in a tea cup?
Geometry & Measurement Review Geometry & Measurement Review Packed with exercises from finding area and volume to converting units, this worksheet is great for reviewing geometry and measurement skills.
From converting inches to feet to relating weights, there are so many ways to practice measurement in practical and fun ways using the variety of kindergarten and 1st grade worksheets in this collection. Check them out.
The Wonderful World of Measurement From converting inches to feet to relating weights, there are so many ways to practice measurement in practical and fun ways using the variety of kindergarten and 1st grade worksheets in this collection.
Comparing: More vs. Less Comparing: More vs. Less Help your preschooler tackle object comparisons with this simple worksheet that focuses on volume, or how much something can hold.
Hooray for 100! These fun activities will help your first grader commemorate this milestone.
10 Ways to Celebrate the 100th Day of School Hooray for 100! These fun activities will help your first grader commemorate this milestone.
The Number 100 The Number 100 Help your child compare and contrast large quantities, and get her thinking about weight and volume.
Metric System Majority Metric System Majority What's the difference between a liter and an ounce?
Measurement Mania: Liters Measurement Mania: Liters If your kid loves guessing games, try this one on for size.
Rectangular Prism Cut-Out Rectangular Prism Cut-Out Use this rectangular prism cut-out to help your child whose learning more complex geometric shapes, or for the student who needs practice finding surface area or volume of an object.
Thinking in three dimensions is an important cognitive skill, and these volume worksheets give kids an introduction to calculating the volume of different shapes appearing in solid geometry. Inquisitive youngsters will also sharpen their observational skills by learning how to estimate the volume of containers and other objects in the world around them, comparing their estimated values to the actual, measured values. Check out our free volume worksheets below.