Ready for your fifth graders to take their learning of cubic units to the next level? With this worksheet, students will count the stacked centimeter blocks to determine the volume of the solid object.
Have you ever shaken a present and tried to guess what might be inside? With this worksheet your students will calculate the volume of Christmas presents to make logical guesses as to what might fit inside the box.
Volume is the measurement of space occupied in three dimensions. Practice calculating the volume of 3-D shapes using a variety of techniques and with real-life examples through a series of engaging problems and questions.
Students will begin to calculate volume of different rectangular prisms using base ten cubes and then transition to using the formula V = L x W x H. Students will then practice using the legendary fifth grade activity, Cootie Catchers.
This worksheet will challenge students’ understanding of volume and the equation l x w x h = V. Then, once they solve the equation have them draw the 3-D objects. The objects will all be rectangular prisms.
Strengthen your students' understanding of cubic units and volume! They'll solve a realistic problem and explain key ideas about volume. Use this lesson on its own or use it as support for the lesson Volume and a Building.