### Volume, From the Ground Up - Math Coach's Corner

If you asked a student to look at this figure and tell you how many cubes it’s made of, he might tell you 16. Can you figure out why? Well, […]

### 5th Grade: Volume of Irregular Shapes II - Unit Cubes

Students can build these figures using unit cubes to reveal the "hidden" blocks. Great activity for centers or collaborative partner learning!Standards addressed: Recognize volume as an attribute of solid figures and understand concepts of volume measurement MCC5.MD.3a. A cube with side length 1 u...

### Volume Worksheets

Explore our huge collection of free printable volume worksheets featuring practice and revision exercises involving solid 3D shapes.

### Decimal and Fractions Worksheet Activities {grades 3-5}

Tenths and hundredths are represented on grids which students use to reflect models of both fractions and decimals. The three worksheets begin with tenths and progress through hundredths. Students translate the fractional and decimal numeration to visual/spatial representations on the furnished gr...

### Volume

I love teaching volume. For 3rd graders in the state of Texas, all we have to do is count the cubes. Sounds so easy, but some of my angels have trouble counting what they can’t see – especially when trying to count 3 dimensional objects on a 2 dimensional worksheet! To help them with that problem, I created a PowerPoint that walks them through the steps I use for teaching volume. The best part is that each layer of the prism is a different color which is great for visual learners (like me!)…

### 5th Grade: Volume of Irregular Shapes I - Unit Cubes

Students can build these figures using unit cubes to reveal the "hidden" blocks. Great activity for centers or collaborative partner learning!Standards addressed: Recognize volume as an attribute of solid figures and understand concepts of volume measurement MCC5.MD.3a. A cube with side length 1 u...

### 5th Grade: Volume Quiz

Check students understanding of the unit cube, regular and irregular volumes using unit cubes, calculation volume of rectangular prisms using V= l x w x h and V = B x h, and identify missing dimensions (length, width, or height) using the volume equation. Plus, a little fun Q-Bert bonus activity!

### Volume Worksheets

Use these printable worksheets when teaching students to calculate the volumes of solid (3D) shapes.

### Volume Worksheets | Free - Distance Learning, worksheets and more: CommonCoreSheets

The best source for free volume worksheets. Easier to grade, more in-depth and best of all... 100% FREE! Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade and more!

### Geometry: Finding the Area of a Cube

A cube is a rectangular prism where the length, width, and height are all the same, so finding the area of a cube is simple, once you know the formula.